9 Apr 2013 | British School in the Netherlands
The British School in the Netherlands (BSN) fully understands the importance of keeping up with technology, and works hard to stay abreast of new methods and ideas which incorporate Information Communication Technology (ICT) into the core curriculum.
9 Apr 2013 | International School of The Hague
As a part of our International Primary Curriculum (IPC), students in Year 6 carry out an extensive river study in the cross curricular unit titled “Go with the flow”.
9 Apr 2013 | American School of The Hague
The approach to learning at American School of The Hague is one that focuses on educating the whole child – providing a balanced education in academics, the arts and athletics.
3 Apr 2013 | Willem Post
Just a few years ago, I had a meeting with the then new Mayor Jozias van Aartsen. We talked about our love for the city and how The Hague was transformed into a real city of Peace and Justice. There is no city in the world that received so many important international institutes between its borders in such a short period of time.
1 Apr 2013 | ACCESS
50 Answers to your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad
31 Mar 2013 | Genoveva Geppaart
Would you like to see wildlife, many different landscapes, large sand drifts? The Veluwe is the place to be.
28 Mar 2013 | GMW Lawyers
As society becomes increasingly international, more and more people are forming international relationships and families – with the added risk that, following a divorce, one of the parents will want to return to his or her home country.
15 Mar 2013 | Sally Squirrell
The words Imagine and Peace go together like a hand in a glove but this is not too big a dream. If even the Taliban can sign up to the UN international Day of Peace as they did in 2012, then so can others. The endeavour and continuing process to find worldwide peace is celebrated with a series of events at the centenary of the Peace Palace.
13 Mar 2013 | ACCESS
The Worlds Within – an anthology of Third Culture Kids' art and writing: young, global, between cultures. This anthology is being compiled by Eva László-Herbert and Jo Parfitt and will be published by Summertime Publishing for a 2014 publication.
6 Mar 2013 | GMW Lawyers
Imagine you find out you’re the lucky winner of the lottery. What would you do with your winnings? Can you already picture it? White beaches, swaying palm trees and a cloudless blue sky, all there for you to enjoy from your ultra-luxurious holiday home. Your car’s sitting in the garage, of course, and you’ve got a tidy sum tucked away at the local bank to cover those day-to-day necessities. It all sounds wonderful, but what happens if you die?