At ISA, relationships are at the heart of learning and education. Students here feel at home.“It is crucial that young people feel safe to take risks and make the mistakes that lead to learning, so they cannot only develop intellectually, but gain confidence,”says Cathie Mullen, director (education).ISA is an authorised IB World School,teaching the International Baccalaureate® (IB) programmes.“We have to look into the future and give young people the skills and attitudes they need to be successful in a rapidly changing world,”says Mullen. Critical and creative thinking are a main focus,hence the recent introduction of computer science classes for all students of 11 years and upwards.