Teacher updates in the parent portals on the Inly website:
In the Toddler Class
Our week was so much fun! Our toddler friends enjoyed exploring pumpkins in a variety of ways. They were able to carry them from here to there, some heavy some on the lighter side, great for large motor skills [...]
It’s time for Tuesday’s ASP (After School Program) Mandarin class, and a dozen Kindergarten and Lower Elementary students sit in a circle, eager to continue the song they’d learned the week before: Tour, Jianbang, Xi, Jiaozhi! (a.k.a. “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes!”).
Teacher Ling Tang leads the song, introducing and repeating Mandarin terms for body parts [...]
How does a writer bring a book—and a book talk—to life? For award-winning children’s author Barbara O’Connor, it’s all about making hands-on, real-life connections. For her visit with Inly Upper Elementary students on this fall, O’Connor brought in an assortment of trinkets from her childhood, including a rhinestone poodle pin and a [...]
The Inly Parents Group is excited to host a free screening of Read Me Differently, a one-hour film by Sarah Entine, on Wednesday, October 12 at 7:00 pm in the Meehan Family Artsbarn at 46 Watch Hill Drive in Scituate. The event is open to the public.
Read Me Differently explores the impact of undiagnosed learning [...]
The Kids With Food Allergies Foundation published an article entitled, “Raising the Bar: Inly School Implements a Successful Food Allergy Approach.”
Thanks to Inly parent Paul Antico for sharing Inly’s success story with the allergy community and promoting the School in the process!