Former ISS Student gains Outstanding Learner Award

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We are very proud to report that a former ISS student has gained the 3rd highest mark in the World for her English as a Second Language exam during her November 2014 IGCSE examination which she took at ISS.
Felicity Passon was awarded with a certificate for her achievement which she received during the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award 2014 ceremony organised by the Centre for Curriculum Assessment and Teacher Supports (CCATS).
Felicity has recently left ISS to take up a swimming scholarship and we are sure that with this great achievement she will have a great future in and out of the pool.
Congratulations and good luck Felicity!

Eddie and the Penguins Save the World!

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Year 2 children performed this Environmental Musical to families and friends.  The show reflected what they had learnt this term about Recycling, Water Conservation, Pollution and Global warming. Children sang a variety of catchy tunes and travelled the world promoting eco-friendly issues.  The students were certainly listening to Eddies’ important messages and they are recycling and reusing materials at school and home.

Thanks for saving the world Eddie and the Penguins!

Students show parents how it’s done!

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Student led Conferences come to Key Stage One

The first ever Student Led Conferences in Early Childhood took place on Monday July 6th 2015. Judging from the happy faces and eager participation of the students and parents, the venture proved highly successful and will be repeated next year. The children enjoyed showing their portfolios of work and explained the content in detail. Subjects covered were Reading, Maths, Writing, Science and Art. Our learning together project which was all about conserving water in the home was also keenly discussed.

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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