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When we talk about the qualities necessary for successful self-fulfilment in society, each of us would probably name responsibility, purposefulness, and high intelligence, all of which often imply mathematical abilities and erudition.
However, success in various areas of life is not always measured only by the ability to solve arithmetic problems. Creative intelligence also plays an important role, namely the ability to creatively approach the solution and to see new connections between things and concepts.
At the British International School, we pay due attention to the development of creative intelligence not only within the educational programmes but also in extracurricular activities.
At school 1, the first-graders took part in an original and challenging activity. They were asked to design and create compositions with paper. To do this, they first had to take precise measurements, cut paper strips with scissors, and then glue them together. Each student tried to add a piece of their individuality to the work. And we think they did a great job!
Such creative activity not only develops a child's comprehensive thinking, and a creative approach to tasks but also brings a lot of positive emotions.