Archive for December, 2018

A very Merry Christmas from everyone at ISS Primary!

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The children in Primary were very excited to receive a super-special visitor into their classrooms yesterday – and thanks go to Santa and his amazing helpers for taking the time out of their busy schedules to fit us in!
Santa questioned the children about whether they had been good this year, and many of them explained how they helped at home and listened carefully to mum and dad (yes, apparently they do!), so on the basis of all this evidence, Santa was happy to hand over a gift to each and every class.
Yesterday was a lovely day for all of us, so thank you for your continued support – it really is appreciated 👍😃

Big Cards, Big Messages!

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The children in Primary have been sending messages of Christmas cheer in a BIG way as they all took part in a giant Christmas Card design competition that resulted in 16 over-sized works of art being proudly displayed at school today. The competition winners will be announced tomorrow, but in the meantime here is a collage of all of the entries – absolutely fabulous!

Christmas Fun starts early in Early Childhood!

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Thanks to sponsorship by the PTA, the children in Reception 1, Reception 2, Year 1 and Year 2 are all having a great time at school bouncing their way through Wednesday! The teachers pooled their resources and opted to hire this amazing bouncy castle for the day and as you can see from the photos, it’s proving to be a great idea.
No grown ups allowed, however – we’re all too big 😢!

Environmental Education, Games, Hikes, Snorkelling and Mangroves with GVI and 6M at Port Launay

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6M enjoyed 5 excellent sessions with Global Vision International at Port Launay and Bella and the volunteers enlightened the classes with discussions and activities based on adaptation, evolution and mangroves. The outdoor education classes always provide an exceptionally memorable way to teach science and the environment to the students. Ms Meranda and Ms Shabella took the students on the mangrove boardwalk to study the plants there. The walk continued up to the amazing Port Glaud waterfall and here the class enjoyed their picnic while learning about the environment. Markus at the Ephelia hotel also invited us to plant a few Red mangroves and hopefully the students can now use their expertise in our school mangrove nursery where the seeds the students collected are already beginning to flourish. Many thanks to GVI and to Markus and Ephelia resort for delighting the children with their knowledge and games!

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