Public Presentation and Poster Competition Success

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20160519_160638 On Thursday 19th May ISS students attended the finale of the Public Presentation and Poster competition led by the UNDP at the International Conference Centre Seychelles.  Before the event there were stands outside to learn about the issues surrounding biodiversity in the Seychelles and a chance to see the winning posters.
During the event the audience were entertained by a number of acts including music and comedy.  There was also a chance to listen to the top two presentations from each category, primary, secondary and post-secondary.
The event culminated with a prize-giving where Sakshi Shrivastava was awarded the prize for the public vote for her poster in the Secondary School category.  Alyssa Testa, Hansi and Dewmi Jayatilake were awarded 3rd prize for the Public Presentation competition in the Secondary School category.  All the students should be very proud of themselves, congratulations! And a very happy World Biodiversity Day to all on 22nd May!

ISS National Art Competition Winner!

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Congratulations to Sakshi Shrivastava who has won the Public Vote in the National Competition for the Best Art Poster on Biodiversity in the Seychelles.

She will now be attending the final along with the presentation of winners tomorrow (19/05/16). Photos will follow.

Congratulations Sakshi!

ISS Tuck Shop Tender

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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SEYCHELLES, invites interested parties with relevant experience in catering to submit proposals for the running of the School’s tuck shop. A 3 year contract for provision of on-site catering service shall be awarded which shall include a 3 year agreement for leasing of the premises equipped with running water and electricity which utilities shall be billed to the operator of the tuck shop.

Both the lease and the contract may be renewed.

Commencement of the services will be required for the new academic year in September 2016.

The School’s tuck shop plays an important role in the development and well-being of the learners. It should reflect the educational goals of the school as well as support and complement the learners’ education by highlighting and promoting the supply of nutritious foods and limiting the availability of less healthy options.

The stakeholders in the school consider the tuck shop an integral part of the School and thus expect service delivery of a high standard.

Interested parties must collect a copy of the tender documents which contain all the relevant details and instructions for submission of proposals. The physical address for collection of tender documents is: 

The Principal
International School Seychelles
Mont Fleuri
Republic of Seychelles

Tender Documents will be issued upon payment of a non-refundable fee of SR 100.00.  Documents may be collected during school hours between 08:00 – 12:00 and 13:00 – 15:00 as from 16/05/16 to 31/05/16

The closing time for receipt of Proposals is 10th June 2016 at 12noon.

Telephonic, telegraphic, telex, facsimile, e-mailed or late tender offers will not be accepted.

Tenders must be submitted in accordance with the Tender Documents and provide the School with their contact details.

Tenderers shall be required to make a 30 minute presentation before the tender panel

Requirements for sealing, addressing, delivery, opening and assessment of tenders are stated in the Tender Documents

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STEM Club Building Up Momentum

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SSTEMClubTEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths) club is now running on Tuesday’s lesson 6 and is quickly increasing in numbers. The first activity was building the tallest tower using spaghetti and marshmallows. Students had to carefully consider the shape/structure of the tower to ensure it could stay standing on its own. Hansi and Dewmi managed to build the tallest tower and Richard built the strongest tower which managed to hold up some weights.

The second challenge was a paper airplane competition. Students thought carefully about how planes are designed to fly and then were limited to two sheets of A4 paper to make a practice and then a final competition design. Thyron built and flew the winning plane.

STEM club is still available for anyone to join the fun science based activities.

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