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The Reggio Emilia Approach:
Our Early Years program is inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education.

The Reggio Emilia Approach was developed after WWII by Loris Malaguzzi and the parents in Reggio Emilia, Italy. It is an educational philosophy based on an image of children as strong, capable, competent, and possessed of great potentials for learning and development.

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Courses

What are the courses
our EY students take?

FRENCH AND ARABIC FOR ENGLISH SECTION

Students are exposed to the language through songs, conversations, and varied fine and gross motor skills activities.

PERFORMING ARTS

An introduction to music, public speaking and dramatic arts designed to reinforce self-esteem, foster communication as well as imagination through music, pretend play, and theatrics.

DAILY STORYTIME, NAPTIME AND 2 RECESS BREAKS

Stories are read on a daily basis as part of the theme of the unit of inquiry. Circle time is used to foster student's inquiry and promote discussion and dialogue. Students have two recesses, and rest/nap in the early afternoon after lunch.

ENGLISH AND ARABIC FOR FRENCH SECTION

Students are exposed to the language through songs, conversations, and varied fine and gross motor skills activities.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Our PE classes focus on building core physical skills and emphasize the importance of group work and establishing communal rules to promote safe play.

MONTHLY FIELD TRIPS

Our units of inquiry incorporate age-appropriate field trips to explore a topic in depth and its relation the world around us.
Courses Taken by Our Early Years Students | EIS Courses Taken by Our Early Years Students | EIS

MINDFULNESS + YOGA

Students practice mindfulness to learn emotional self-regulation, breathwork, and relaxing, age-appropriate playful exercises.

MUSIC + MOVEMENT

A daily occurence in the Early Years Department where motricity and spatial skills are practiced and learned.
Accreditations, Awards and Partnerships: Learn About EIS

Eastwood International School (EIS) views education as a science. Its philosophy is inspired by the vast body of research and the scienti?cally proven educational methodologies, which contribute to the advancement of students’ intellectual capabilities and to the ampli?cation of their holistic engagement in the learning experiences.

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Did you know we offer the PYP in French?

Eastwood offers the PYP in French due to the significance of the French language to Lebanon’s history, culture, and present day affairs, and due to the rise and growth of French on the global stage. Speaking one of the leading languages of business, education, science, technology, commerce and trade is a form of power and access to greater opportunity, and we aim to provide that power and opportunity to students.

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If you've recently relocated to Lebanon, we built a guide for you!

So you’re new in Lebanon, or you’re considering making the move to this extraordinary country, and you want to know the ins and outs of how to make the most out of life here. Or, perhaps you’re looking to gain an understanding of how the systems that are in place here work. Either way, let Eastwood International School's Expat Guide help you start off on the right foot.
 

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EIS Experiential Online School:
Learn, Anywhere.
Welcome to
EIS Online School
We’ve built an academic program unlike any other in the region: an IB online school. Sign your children up today to learn from the comfort of home, on a plane or halfway across the world. Education should be for everyone, accessible and digital, like the future. Welcome to the online school. Enrollment is now open.