International Day was celebrated by the Early Childhood Section with a multitude of activities. All the children chose a country to represent and study and the early morning assembly was a colourful pageant of singing and dancing with the children dressed up in national costumes of their own choice.
Here are the winning entries of the recent Junior photography
The shows at ISS this November were a reflection of the depth and breadth of our students talent .On Tuesday the 6th of November the Early Childhood Section and Junior school performed to a packed audience of over 240.
In the Juniors Biannca Zaccari`s original poem which she read set to music was a deserved overall winner.
A ‘recent’ (anagram of Tenrec) visit by Sandra Hanks-Benoiton and her pet tenrec (Tang in Kreol) had the Junior Wildlife club members buzzing. “Tiny’ who is growing less so by the day was the ‘centre’ (also an anagram of his species) of attention and amused the children with his acrobatics and charming behaviour. Tenrecs are endemic to Madagascar and are one of only a few mammal species in Seychelles.