In honor of International Montessori Week, this month’s Parent Insight Event featured M. Shannon Helfrich, globe-trotting Montessori trainer and author of Montessori Learning in the 21st Century: A Guide for Parents & Teachers. Helfrich spoke to a group of 50 parents and faculty in the Inly Library and made plenty of time for questions and [...]
In Lower Elementary’s “Work of Water” the students in grades 1–3 learned how they directly affect the water around them. With help from the North and South Rivers Watershed Association and the Scituate Water Treatment Plant, the students got hands-on experience of how everyday things — like showering or driving a car — play a [...]
By Cathy Harder-Bernier, Inly Physical Education Instructor and Athletics Director
Recently, Inly’s phys. ed. classes featured the building blocks and skills needed to learn how to work as a team. From a developmental perspective, younger children are simply not ready to work or play as a team. So, Children’s House preschool students first [...]
By Tom Layman
When friends and family asked me what I did on my second day of work I ran down a few of the highlights for them. Let’s see, I visited the alleged grave of Mother Goose, I checked to see what flags were hanging in the Old North Church, and I ate my first [...]
This week, we asked some of our Middle School arts specialists to share a favorite story that illustrates a moment of joyful discovery when an idea really clicks and the “aha!” epiphany brings new life to learning.
The Middle School music elective this spring is a course that studies various national anthems from around the [...]