Health and safety is our highest priority and our goal is to provide a safe learning and working environment for our students, faculty and staff, and those who visit our school.
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Specialist school Counselors in each division are responsible for supporting students in all aspects of school life; social, emotional, and academic. The Counseling team also assists with new experiences associated with living overseas, adjusting to an unfamiliar culture, and providing support for students experiencing a new transition. Students have access to grade level advisory sessions and workshops that focus on well-being.

Our commitment to nurturing well-being is not just to our students, but also extends to our parents, faculty, and staff. The school regularly hosts programs and workshops that focus on topics such as parenting in a digital age, supporting a transition, and wellness strategies at home. 

In November 2020, ISKL was shortlisted for an award in the International School Awards 2021, in the ‘Wellness Initiative’ category, which focuses on addressing the unique needs of students in a way that has a positive impact on student well-being. The International School Awards are hosted by ISC Research with the support of International School Leader Magazine.

Educational Psychologists

All students and families have access to an educational psychologist appropriate to their age and developmental stage.

The Elementary Educational Psychologist provides services such as:

  • Leading the Elementary Child Study Team to review student needs and create and monitor student intervention plans.
  • When necessary and with parent consent, perform psychological assessments to inform school-based services.
  • Referrals to outside agencies for assessments.
  • Collaborates with community-based professionals to monitor and support students receiving support services such as mental health support, occupational therapy, and/or physical therapy.
  • Collaborates with the Learning Resource teachers, administration team, counseling team, and Speech and Language Pathologist.

Our Middle School and High School Educational Psychologist provides services such as:

  • Short-term counseling for students and family.
  • Crisis prevention and intervention.
  • Program development for at-risk students.
  • Accommodation applications for external exams.
    Collaboration with community-based psychiatrists and other professionals to monitor and support students receiving mental health services.
  • Psychological assessments to inform school-based services.
  • Referrals to outside agencies for assessments.
  • Collaborates with and supports the administration team, counseling team, and Student Resource Team (SRT).
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Communication Updates

Latest update: October 26

  • Early Childhood, Life-Centered Education (LCE), Grade 10, 11 and 12
    On Campus Learning from October 25

  • Grade 1, 2, 3 and 9
    On Campus Learning from November 1

  • Grade 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8
    On Campus Learning from November 8
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