Peace Walk for Climate Action 21st September

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ISS staff, parents and students joined local schools, eco clubs and NGOs on both North and South Peace walks for World International Peace Day. Saturday 21st September the International Day of Peace coincided with global demonstrations of a similar nature from Svalbard in the Arctic Circle to Antipodean islands in the Southern oceans. Placards with slogans designed by the students encouraged people to conserve energy and water, to use less imported foodstuffs, not to drop litter and always to Reduce, reuse, recycle!

In the south the intrepid group walked 6 km from Anse Aux Pins to the University campus and in the north from Bel Ombre to the Peace Park. After the walking students rallied in the University grounds and enjoyed the Peace Park with its stalls, activities and speeches.

Well done all participants!

 

 

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“The International Student”

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The Sixth Form Students have been busy putting together the first issue of ‘The International Student’, a new newspaper showcasing the talents and interests of the ISS Sixth Form. We are delighted with the quality of the writing the students have produced and look forward to reading many issues to come. Work has already begun on the next issue – all ideas from sixth-formers wishing to contribute is gratefully received!

Welcome Back!

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A very warm welcome to all of our new families and children at ISS Primary, and a loud and enthusiastic ‘Welcome Back!’ to everyone else!
We have had a great first day, full of opportunities to meet new friends and teachers as well as renew old acquaintances, and the whole atmosphere around school has been very positive and cheerful.
So thanks to everyone for their support so far and here’s looking forward to a successful and enjoyable term 😉
With best wishes.
Miss Sue
Head of Primary

Wise Oceans

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Wise Oceans working in collaboration with the Environmental Trust fund, Ministry of Education and Human Resource development came to ISS to deliver a programme of interactive coral reef workshops. The Primary wildlife club and Year 3 classes were introduced to the beauty of the coral reef and the students were excited to learn more about life below the ocean. They participated in some junk modelling making fishes and coral reefs out of empty bottles and boxes. Many thanks to Wise Oceans for visiting ISS and sharing their coral reef expertise with us.

 

 

 

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