Ex ISS Student pioneers wildlife shelter

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Former ISS student Antigone Frichot has been looking to help with the problem of endangered hedgehogs in the UK by designing her Hoglodge during her four-year course at Kingston University in London.

It is her hope that the Hoglodge will be manufactured and used in every home so that all hedgehogs will have a safe place to hide from the elements and predators throughout the United Kingdom.

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EC Activity Day 2015

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Budding sports stars of the Early Years Department  demonstrated a wide range of skills during the year -end EC Sports Activity Day.  The new Astroturf pitch proved an effective surface for our obstacle course while the other playgrounds hosted small apparatus training, aiming skills, ball work and competitive races .  Inside the EC building parents and friends were delighted to witness the “Jungle journey” and gymnastics on the large apparatus.  Year 5 children assisted Ms. Ansell in organising the carousel of events.  Congratulations to all our sports stars and their teachers!   A fantastic show!

Year 1 Wildlife Conservation Project Visit

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On Friday, 26th June, 2015 the Year 1 classes visited the Wildlife Conservation Project at The Banyan Tree Hotel.  There, we had a short presentation about turtles and their importance in Seychelles.  We visited the wetlands and as we were so quiet, we saw some birds including moorhens and grey herons.  A big thank you to Vanessa, Mr. Lim and Rachel for their assistance and to Mr. and Mrs. Suarez for their kind invitation.

 

 

Resilience Relay comes to ISS

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The ISS will be involved in the 2015 CARE campaign for “awareness, resilience and education against substance abuse” – RESILIENCE RELAY.

The baton will arrive at the ISS from Mont Fleuri Secondary School on Friday 3rd July at 1.10pm and will be kept by the school over the weekend. The baton will depart from ISS to go to Plaisance Primary School on Monday 6th July at 8.50am.

A message will be read by Mrs Pillay and the students based on the theme: “resilient and united against drugs”

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