International Hat Parade

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Early Childhood section celebrated our school’s diversity in style on Thursday 30th March. All classes chose a country of the world to represent in dance and song and the result was spectacular. Year 2L performed the Seychelles sega and kontradans while 2S danced the Gay Gordons and sang about Scotland. In Year One Ms. Mary’s class were very adept at line dancing from America and Ms. Louise taught the Year 1 children how to do some Irish jigs. This colourful show was interspersed with a number of hat songs, mother’s day songs and even Easter egg songs. Foundation stage children were enthusiastic in their dancing too. R1J chose Vietnam to represent and R1V wowed the audience with some amazing moves from Botswana. In Reception Two Mr. Scott’s class dressed up as Vikings vigorously rowing their boat and Ms. Sherryl’s class as Native American Indians danced a pow wow. The teachers and children had worked hard to put on this amazing show and parents and friends were impressed with the incredible dancing and beautiful costumes.

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Class 2 Corsairs

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The bold pirates of Class 2 boarded the good ship Anahita and set sail for the mystical island of Moyenne.  Their annual quest to find the Pirate Grimshaw’s treasure was underway.  Landing on a high tide on the pristine shores of the ‘jewel of the inner islands’, they quickly set off to find the buried chest.  Past the pirate graves and pet cemetery they braved the guardian giant tortoises.  They scoured the dense jungle of native trees and eventually struck lucky.  The treasure trove was uncovered and shared among the crew.  Retracing their steps they returned, tired, hot and happy to their ship.  They’ll be back next year.  Thanks to Masons Travel and Moyenne Island Foundation for helping the jolly crew complete their mission.

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International Duke of Edinburgh Award

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Nineteen of our year 12 students have successfully completed the Final Expedition component of their International Duke of Edinburgh Award Bronze Level.
The very tough, but highly successful two day hiking expedition started yesterday when the students set off from ISS, having set themselves the challenge to hike to Le Niol to then complete the Dans Gallas Trail then return to camp in Bel Ombre. It took the students between 6 and 9 hours to complete this arduous journey and thankful the weather had been kind.
At the campsite the students then set up their tents, some prepared a fire and cooked a wonderful meals before heading to their tents; exhausted. An early start for the students in order to pack away their camp and prepare for the next leg of their journey; a 5 hour hike which included Bel Ombre and parts of Mare aux Cochons before finishing in Victoria.
The students have proved their determination and ability to work together and motivate one another over the course of the award. Each student must be proud of their achievements as the award must certainly be ‘earned’ and they all deserve the success.
A huge congratulation to everyone who took part in the expedition and a big thank you to all staff that have supported them along the way.

Mr M Cosh
D of E Coordinator

Open Day at STA

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Our A Level students were invited to attend an Open Day on Thursday 16th March 2017 at the Seychelles Tourism Academy(STA).The day’s highlight was a simulation of the 3 year course in Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management which is run in conjuction with the Irish Institution – NIU (National University Of Ireland).It was a good occasion for the students to help prepare a 3 course meal, set the table and sit in the restaurant to taste what they had cooked.
All enjoyed the experience.

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