International Firefighters’ Day May 4th

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Following our annual successful adventure to the airport firestation we were glad to be invited to give a repeat performance of our famous song ‘I am a firefighter’, as part of the days celebrations on International Firefighters’ day on the 4th May. Minister Didier Dogley and Chief Fire officer Bernard Henriette thanked the children for attending and performing a this esteemed annual event.
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LEVEL 3 BTEC qualification in PERFORMING ARTS

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We are very pleased to announce that commencing this September 2018, students 16+ can now apply for the LEVEL 3 BTEC qualification in PERFORMING ARTS. Are you interested in Acting? Singing? Dancing? Or know someone who is destined to be in the spotlight? Or do you simply want to improve your confidence, public speaking, presentation and communication skills? Please see below for entry requirements. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information, all applicants will be invited to attend a workshop audition and interview with Mrs Georgie Nicholls, Head of Performing Arts.

ISS claim first prize in Inter-school Robot building and programming competition.

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As part of celebrations to mark International Girls in ICT Day on Friday 26th April, a team of 4 girls represented ISS at the Inter-school Robot and Programming challenge held at Beau Vallon secondary school on Friday 26th April.

 

Year 9 students Estelle Houareau and Tyrell Servina with Year 10 students Heemani Patel and Steffie-Ann Monthy competed in a full day of competition

 

 

 

 

 

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Return to Moyenne Island

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The annual pilgrimage to the jewel of the inner isles was greatly enjoyed by the pirates of class 2S and 2L. The marauding horde were aboard the good ship Anahita anchored off the island and were transferred ashore on the Wildcat dinghy. Adventure lay ahead with hidden treasure to be discovered and the island wildlife waiting to be found. Many wild tortoises of varying sizes were encountered as well as the island’s faithful guard dog, Yellow. With the mission accomplished without mishap the intrepid pirates had time to explore the beach before embarking on Anahita for the safe port of Victoria. Many thanks to Mason’s Travel for our pirate ship and to Moyenne Island Foundation for allowing the young pirates access to enjoy the pirate island once again.

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