by Rafia de Gama I grew up as a third culture child across the world, from Europe to Asia to Africa. My parents, who came from different countries but similar ethnicities, consistently insisted we focus on what we share with others. This was a mantra in the house, from my mother who was South Asian-UgandanContinue reading “Finding Safe Spaces as a Third Culture Kid”
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What Will Be In Your Time Capsule?
By Deborah Lashley-Johnson My daughters have been writing letters to their future selves. A fun activity that they can do online while passing the time at home. Aside from the simple “what did you do the past year” questions, some of the boilerplate questions are quite profound: –What lessons have I learned up until this point? –Tell your futureContinue reading “What Will Be In Your Time Capsule?”
I Will Never Understand, But I Will Stand
By MC Two years ago my Black daughter had to think about what topic she wanted to work on for her Year 6 (Y6) exhibition. Very exciting times for her as she approached the ultimate project that her years in the Primary Years Programme (PYP) were leading her to. Finally, she was leaving behind PYPContinue reading “I Will Never Understand, But I Will Stand”