Having a purpose and meaning as to why each of us is on this earth is important to living a life of happiness and fulfillment
Relationships and social connections are one of the most important aspects of our lives. We thrive on connection, love, intimacy, and a strong emotional and physical interaction with other humans.
TASIS provides opportunities for our students to experience positive emotions and to develop the ability to be optimistic and view the past, present, and future from a positive perspective.
Ms. Elizabeth Mohr, Assistant Director of College Counseling, is a member of the International School Counselor Association (ISCA) task force that is compiling a COVID-19 lesson and resource sharing project.
In the coming weeks, TASIS will produce a series of blogs that will illustrate our approach to well-being, its inherent link to the past and present culture of the School, and why such an approach has and will allow our community to prevail and to continue to grow and develop
This week’s post Flourishing in the face of adversity is in our DNA is written by Jason Tait, Director of Pastoral Care and Designated Safeguarding Lead, TASIS England
TASIS The American School in England has released a video of a virtual performance of the song “You Will be Found” from Dear Evan Hansen, as a way to stay connected and bring joy, solace and hope to our community.
TASIS England students have been busy recording their favorite stories to share with other children during the Easter holidays and Corona Lockdown period as part of Save The Children #SavedWithStories campaign.
As you will be aware the NHS has been under immense pressure during the COVID 19 pandemic, and have been struggling to keep up with the demand for PPE.
We are proud to announce that TASIS has teamed up with the Queen Mary University of London to produce COVID-19 visor frames for the NHS.
The introduction of a 3D printing class opens up a whole world of opportunities for TASIS students to develop their skills and work on fun and innovative projects.
TASIS England is introducing a series of thought leadership articles on topics such as well-being, transitioning to online education and staying connected during these challenging times.
This week’s post The Pathway to Flourishing in the Face of Adversity is written by Jason Tait, Director of Pastoral Care and Designated Safeguarding Lead, TASIS England
We recently caught up with four of our 'TASIS Lifers', students that have been with us since the age of 3 at Frog Hollow through to Upper School.
Middle school students have been busy designing a touchless hand sanitizer as part of their Arduino STEM project during Science week 2020.
The TASIS England Careers Expo 2020 was a great success attended by 120 Grade 8-12 students and 30 professionals from a variety of exciting industries such as The Armed Forces, real estate, archaeology, and law.
TASIS England swim team celebrates an amazing season so far.
TASIS England students enjoyed their final horseriding lesson of term on Monday this week, at Berkshire Riding Centre.
During this past February break, eighteen Upper School students travelled to Bistrita, Romania, to volunteer with children in the Romanian Children's Relief (RCR) programs. This is the 21st year of our association with this wonderful charity. Many of the students were returning for their second, third, or fourth time!
This semester, as part of our College and Careers Guidance Course, Grade 10 students were offered the Morrisby Online Careers Guidance Assessment.
Each year TASIS England students dedicate over 15,000 hours to community service, extending learning beyond the classroom and helping to make a real difference to those around them and the organizations they work with.