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Action plan to increase the capacity of international schools
An increasing number of international companies are deciding to come to the Netherlands. This has resulted in 47% more pupils at international schools. Due to this huge increase, many international schools have waiting lists. For the immediate problems with capacity, the government already offered extra...
BSN: Peace & Justice | ACCESS
First published in ACCESS Spring 2014 e-zine Nothing represents the city of The Hague, as the ‘International City of Peace and Justice’ better than The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN). THIMUN began as a local Model United Nations (MUN) conference in The Hague in...
DISDH: Three athletes, three nationalities, one passion, one school | ACCESS
First published in ACCESS Summer 2014 e-zine The German International School The Hague introduces outstanding athletes. Three students at the DISDH deserve special mention for their perseverance, discipline and ambition. For Anne Schuurmans (grade 8), Adam Juhász (grade 9) and Henrik Fischer (grade 10),...
Think Global School
First published in ACCESS Spring 2017 magazine THINK Global School THINK Global School is redefining the boarding experience by jetting its students around the world, allowing them to gain a truly global education one country at a time. Live and learn in four...
Controversial pre-school education reaches target group
Pre-school education aims to help children ages 2.5 to 4 years old who risk a lack of the necessary language or social skills when they are 6 years old and go to group 3 of primary school. Controversial In the Netherlands this education is controversial....
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