Mr Rea

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Change of P.E Facility

A note from Mr O'Farrel. Regarding Swimming. September 14, 2010 Dear Parents,  As part of our Physical Education Program the classes of Coach O’Farrell (Miss Riviello and Mr. Rea) will start swimming beginning the week of Monday September 20th for three weeks.  They will swim 3 lessons a week during all regular PE classes.  Please check your child’s PE schedule to know which Read full article »

Overview of the Grade 2 Year.

This information represents a rough guide rather than an exact schedule. Durations of units may alter according to children's learning. Read full article »

Connected to our school community

Whole-school Community You can navigate away from this site and access various whole-school community sites. Elementary School Blog The ES blog site can be accessed at any time by clicking on the box at the top right corner of the page that say’s ” International School Manila” Blogroll The blogroll contains links to the specialist teachers. You will be able to see what the children Read full article »

Transdisciplinary Skills.

Transdisciplinary Skills These are the types of questions that all ISM students are encouraged to ask themselves in order to be more aware of their personal learning behaviours and the inter-connection between all subject areas. These skills can be applied to any situation to support greater  success. COMMUNICATION Why do I need to speak? How can I make sure that others can follow what Read full article »


Dispositions The dispositions derive from the ISM Mission and School-wide Student Goals. They are the behaviors that learners need to be aware of throughout the learning process as they impact the outcome of their actions. Students are guided using the following questions and prompts: Self-Directed How am I self-directed? When am I self-directed? What makes me decide to be self-directed? What examples can you include from your Read full article »

How We Learn.

08/23/2010 I am strongly motivated as an educational professional by the desire to empower children to make meaningful connections and have true ownership of their learning with regard to the world around them. As a parent you naturally want your children to be enthusiastic, confident and fulfilled learners. Over the course of our classes' inquiry into uniqueness we have found it fascinating Read full article »

World Cup South Africa 2010

Over the past week I have enjoyed listening to the children's stories of places that they visited and things that they did over the school holidays. I was lucky enough to go to the World Cup in South Africa! I have been asked by a number of fellow memebers of our school community to share some of the sights and Read full article »

Hi, nice to meet you!

Hi there, I just wanted to add a few notes about myself by way of introduction. I am known to the kids as Mr Rea. My full name is Chris Rea. I do also have a middle name but its way too embarassing to mention so that one will remain a closely guarded secret! I  previously taught in the South London Borough Read full article »


The final grade 2 unit - "Celebrations" is underway. The children quickly began to wonder just what exactly a celebration is. So we spent last week investigating and researching celebrations from around the world. Traditional favourites such as New Year and Halloween have featured but some also chose some very unusual celebrations such as La Tomatina Festival near Valencia in Spain. This Read full article »

International Day

Friday April 30th marked International Day at ISM. It was a great way to launch the final grade 2 unit of the year "Celebrations" by celebrating and showcasing the international diversity amongst our community. In many ways every day can be International Day at our school. Aswell as books and I.T based applications children in our class have been becoming more Read full article »

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Literacy and the power of words. Reading, writing and verbal communication.

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