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The Curriculum

At TCK Connections, we focus on establishing that safety and comfort first. We meet kids where they are in their language ability and cultural familiarity and help them figure out what is going on around them. Set up to feel as much like a regular public school class in terms of scheduling and activities, TCKC gives students a chance to go to scaled-down, safer version of school to practice and get comfortable.

Through subject-based projects and activities, students will engage in meaningful and practical learning experiences but without the pressure of a grade, they can relax and get the full benefits of their time with peers and an attentive teacher. 

And it’s that attention by the teacher that matters most. Having a teacher trained in the specific needs of third culture kids create the program establishes TCKC on a foundation of sound pedagogy responsive to the unique needs of the students.

Upon first meeting a new student, Ms. Webb will conduct an intake interview to assess their needs and interests. Then, working with parents and hopefully with feedback from their classroom teachers, Ms. Webb will develop a custom curriculum to help your child achieve their goals, using their natural interests and curiosity as a foundation for learning.

Parents can choose the schedule and frequency that works best for their child's needs and their family's busy schedule!

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It's what we all hope school can be!

  • Sharing cultural and relocation experiences through dialogue, arts, and writing. 

  • Hands-on creative projects.

  • Learning about the natural world through outdoor exploration. 

  • Connecting and understanding others through literature and media. 

  • Expressing themselves through music, dance, & drama

  • Activities to promote mental and physical health. 

  • Projects to be active members of their local community while maintaining global engagement and activism.

  • English language enhancement through reading, writing, and presentations. 

  • Fun games and activities to encourage laughter and bonding.

  • Meet and interact with local experts in diverse fields.

  • Excursions around the community to libraries, museums, and local attractions.

  • Opportunities to explore our imaginations.

  • Overnight camps and sleepovers.

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