Duke of Edinburgh students at Beach Clean up Anse Forbans-23 September 2017

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Students from Year 12 and 10 started the service section of the Duke of Edinburgh award in spectacular fashion by taking part in the clean-up of Anse Forbans Bay. It was fantastic to see students from ISS take an interest in protecting their environment and their support was gratefully received by the organizers. There will be lots of exciting opportunities for Duke of Edinburgh students to give back to the wider community in the coming months. Special thanks to Connor Haworth in year 8 for the amazing aerial photos!
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Clean up the World

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ISS Wildlife Club and a group of sixth formers joined with Clean up the world activists. Ocean Project, the Anse Forbans Community Group and Doubletree Hilton organised the clean up on Anse Forbans beach and surroundings in South East Mahe.

Parents and students from ISS collected a wide variety of rubbish which was then sorted and recycled where possible

Many thanks to all the participants. The event was commemorated by a drone photograph taken by one of our students Connor Haworth.

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Sporting Reporting!

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EC Sports activity day Tuesday 27th June revealed a multitude of talent in the gym, track and field. Budding Olympians demonstrated their learned skills on the parachute, small apparatus, large apparatus, aiming stations,racing and egg and spoon. Parents and friends of the Early Childhood children were amazed to see the variety of activities that all the children have been learning. Many thanks to the Year 6 pupils who assisted the activities and to all the teachers who worked hard to develop these skills with their talented pupils.

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Children’s Day 2017!

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On the 9th June 2017, a special junior outdoor assembly was organised by the Junior School Council to commemorate Children’s Day. Several presentations were done by teachers and children which made the day extra special. From the senior section Mr Mayford wowed the audience with some card tricks and Daniel amazed children with his dancing skills. Many junior students and staff took part in a fashion show, dancing, singing, poetry and more. An exciting morning was had by everyone.

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