Eco class of the week and Eco warriors

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6B received a certificate this week for collecting all their fruit skins and peelings to put in the compost bucket. This is the first time this year that we have collected so much for the compost many thanks to the Ms Suzanne and Ms Rumbi for encouraging this project and to the students for helping the environment.

Mangrove planting

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Students from Year 6 and Year 5 participated in more mangrove planting on July 6th. The school mangrove nursery has plants stored in containers both on land and in the wetland area which were ready to plant. We decided to wait till a low tide and students braved the mud to relocate about 30 plants in front of the mangrove platform. We also planted new seedlings in large fruit trays packed together in soil to prevent crabs from damaging the young plants. We hope that the new mangroves will grow tall and strong and help to protect our school grounds and provide a safe habitat for the birds, fish and reptiles in the wetland. Thanks to the students who volunteered to help.
 

 

 

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Trust for Sustainable Living International Essay competition – organised by the Ministry of Education

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Schools around the world were invited to participate in an essay writing competition entitled
‘My vision, partnerships for a sustainable future’. Vanshika Parikh’s essay Year 9 was commended and she was chosen as a finalist and asked to represent the school and Seychelles in an International debate. The subject of the Secondary debate was….. ‘To achieve the UN SDG’s global partnerships are more important than local ones’. The student took along an observer and assistant Tejsasvi Kerai and during the International debate they made us very proud and spoke clearly about the subject. 89 students took part in this debate in a Zoom conference on Monday 6th July. Congratulations to all the Seychelles participants and to Vanshika and Tejasvi for representing ISS.
 

 

 

 

 

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DON’T RUSH– ADVERT FOR NEXT YEARS OCEAN FESTIVAL

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The Ministry of Environment who host the Seychelles Ocean festival filmed last year’s winning students painting their entries for the competition. In the video which will be shown on SBC the winners of the festival from 2019 were featured in action at the easel. Ms Esther and Ms Doris kindly let them use the Art room at school and Joshua Allcorn, Menmozhi Sasikuma and Haadiya Korumtallee were invited to act out painting their winning pictures!
 

 

 

 

 

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