Resources for families, schools, and businesses to help expatriate children thrive when moving and living abroad.

Are you a parent getting ready to move your kids abroad? Are you currently living abroad with children? Do you want to help your children navigate the transition process and make the most of their international experience?

If so, you have come to the right place. Here you can find resources that help minimize the stress of your child’s transition, settling in, and moving forward so that they can learn and grow from the experiences they will have while living abroad.

Are you an International School Teacher, Administrator, Admissions Director, or Parent Teacher Group Officer?  If so, you understand how important it is to support new students and their families as they transition to their new school community. Here you will find research-based, teacher developed resources that help you do just that!

Are you a business sending a family on an international assignment? If so, you understand what a stressful experience it can be. Unfortunately, most support is designed for adult needs and move logistics, leaving parents struggling to help their children through a change that is new for everyone. Here you will find research-based, teacher developed resources that parents can use to support their children through this transition.

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Parent Perspective #2: An Irish Family in Germany

February 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Sylvia, a mom of four from Ireland, was one of my first expatriate friends and an absolutely lovely person. Her middle daughter and my youngest were great buddies during our three-year stay in Germany. Her [...]

Is Your International School Truly, ‘International’?

December 9th, 2016|0 Comments

What makes a school 'international'? Is it the location? The curriculum? The students and their families? Each of these elements is indeed part of the equation, but for a school to be truly ‘international’, it [...]

Helping New Families Settle In: 10 Tips for Terrific Transitions

August 5th, 2016|0 Comments

What a whirlwind and emotional rollercoaster the last few months have been for our family! After nine years of school abroad, my son graduated from high school in May and we've spent the last few [...]