Footprints School is a school dedicated to raising the quality of education in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Established in 2007, the school has grown from just 10 students and has spread across 3 campuses, with students from Nursery to Grade 8. We run a bilingual program, allowing students to develop competence in Khmer and English, which covers a core curriculum focused around the 4 disciplines of math, language arts, science and social studies. Computers, health, art, swimming and PE are incorporated throughout our program of learning to achieve a more integrated approach to education. Footprints School is licensed with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and is currently a candidate school for international accreditation with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. During the 2014-15 school year we will also be seeking registration with Cambridge International Examinations for our secondary program.
Mark your calendar!
- December 22 - January 7 - winter break- no school
- January 8 - school resumes, term 2 starts
- February 7 - Family Day (9:00am-12:00pm for nursery, preschool and kindy and 2:00pm - 5:00m for Grades 1-8)
- February 13- Red Day (Preschool)
- February 16 - 20 - Fire safety week
- February 28 - Scholastic orders are due
Focus on Learning
At Footprints we believe that the quality of the students’ learning should be at the heart of everything we do. We believe that all of our decisions and effort should be focused on helping learning take place. Recently, as a school we have been discussing exactly what learning means and how we can be a school focused on learning.
We’d like to invite you to share your thoughts, so that as a school and community we can define what we see as learning and how we can make sure it is happening at our school.
Defining learning can be difficult: What is learning? Most important is what makes valuable learning?
If you’d like to share your ideas, you can do so by submitting your comments in the form below.
Key Learning Questions
We are trying to encourage the students to think more about what they are learning. We have come up with some questions that we will be using regularly with all students at the school to focus them on the learning they are doing. Perhaps you could use some of them too.