Archive for July, 2020

SSPCA FOOD WASTE COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION

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Many thanks to all the parents, ex parents and staff members who assisted with the SSPCA
food waste bucket this year.
Everyone did a great job and the staff at the SSPCA appreciated our efforts.
A big thanks also to all the students who remembered to recycle their
unwanted food this year.
 

 

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Mangrove planting by caring Primary students

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Year 6 students really worked hard at low tide to plant some of our mangrove trees in the wetlands by our school. They were pupils who didn’t mind getting muddy and they successfully planted about 20 young manglier rouz plants. Other green- fingered students worked at planting seeds in trays to put out to grow in the wetland. They also worked on the vegetable garden to prepare for some planting during the holidays. Well done to them all.
 

 

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ISS Student Mikhail selected for International Robotics Championship

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We are proud to announce that Mikhail Rudchenko of Year 10 from ISS has been selected by NISTI to be a part of “Team Seychelles” to represent Seychelles at the First Global Robotic Challenge.

National Institute for Science Technology and Innovation (NISTI) has selected total 6 students from different schools for the First Global Robotic Challenge.

The FIRST Global Challenge is a yearly Olympics-style robotics competition organized by the International First Committee Association. It promotes STEM education and careers for youth and was created by Dean Kamen in 2016 as an expansion of FIRST, an organization with similar objectives.

We wish Mikhail and ‘Team-Seychelles’ good luck for the Competition.

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.

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