International Duke of Edinburgh Award

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DSC_1444 (1) 8 of our year 12 students have successfully completed the Final Expedition component of their International Duke of Edinburgh Award Bronze Level.

The very tough, but highly successful, two day hiking expedition started yesterday when the students set off from ISS, having set themselves the challenge to hike to Le Niol to then complete the Dans Gallas Trail then return to camp in Pascal Village. It took 7 hours to complete this arduous journey and thankful the weather had been kind.

At the campsite the students then set up their tents, prepared a fire and cooked a wonderful pasta meal before heading to their tents; exhausted. An early start for the students in order to pack away their camp and prepare for the next leg of their journey; a 5 hour hike which included Bel Ombre and Mare aux Cochons before finishing in Victoria.

The students have proved their determination and ability to work together and motivate one another over the course of the award.

Each student must be proud of their achievements as the award must certainly be ‘earned’ and they all deserve the success.

A huge congratulation to everyone who took part in the expedition and a big thank you to all staff that have supported them along the way.


EC Sports Activity Day – Thursday June 30th

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Forget Euro 2016 football, forget Wimbledon Tennis because in this Olympic year the Early Childhood Children were worthy of gold medals as they strutted their stuff in a wide range of athletic disciplines. As riveting a spectacle as either of the two current tournaments as watched on your Cable or Satellite TV!IMG_2392

Magical Marine Life at Eden Aquarium

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MarineLife (1)The Year 3 classes thoroughly enjoyed an exciting, informative and magical trip to Eden Aquarium today. Classes peered in clear tanks to see vast varieties of coral, fish and marine life and were given lots of information about how they live in the Indian Ocean. We even saw the deadly stone fish and learned about it’s poisonous bite – scary! To round off a great trip pupils and teachers enjoyed a refreshing ice cream from the plaza ice cream shop. A great end of year trip to say farewell to some pupils leaving the school at the end of the year.
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