Star of the Week

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Thanuwana, the youngest published writer at school shares his first book “Junk Food” with the Principal. While other stars of the week enjoyed snack time in the company of the principal sharing their plans for the next term. Well done stars.

Year 3’s Geographical & Scientific Adventure!

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Both Year 3 classes went on an exciting geographical and scientific adventure down to Beau Vallon beach today. Both classes looked at the impact of humans on the local beach landscape to consolidate their class work. Students realised there were many positive aspects and many negative aspects of the changes to the physical landscape. To make a positive contribution to the environment, many children carried out a beach clean up as they walked along. 6 bags of rubbish were removed from the beach. Students also did a small survey of the sand, rocks, rivers and rock pools for alive, dead and non-living items. A fun-filled day of learning was had by everyone.

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Star of the Week

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Another successful week for ISS and a rewarding one for our proud stars of the week.  Certificates were awarded for having great ideas in lessons; excellent performance in Gymnastics; being a great mathematician; writing very interesting stories and putting in extra efforts in studies.  Well done stars!

20 Years of Celebrating World Book Day Around the World!

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World Book Day and World Wildlife Day 2017 were celebrated in style on Friday 3rd March at ISS. Every student from Reception 1 up to Year 6, and some students in Year 7, dressed as their favourite book characters and paraded in front of parents and families. Each class and the inclusion department commemorated 20 Years of World Book Day celebrations by each creating a life size book cover. Everyone enjoyed seeing the 20 huge book covers get carried through the parade, showing off some of the many amazing books we love to read. Parents then enjoyed sharing stories with their children back in class and the students carried out ‘booky’ activities throughout the day. Thanu from 1M enjoyed sharing his book and sold them in the school playground, generously donating a third of profits to help with the development of the school’s wildlife garden. One child in each class was also awarded the annual ‘Most Improved Reader’ award to recognise their fantastic effort to improve their reading ability.
Most improved readers:
R1J – Pavithra Velmurugan
R1V – Andrea Visvanathan
R2R -Mia Ma-Low
R2S – Nidhy Pradaa
1L – Dominic Valmont
1M – Sean Charles
2L -Yara Abdul Hafeez
2S – Nishan Singh
3J – Joao Do Nascimento Damascenco
3B – Samiksha Pillay
4C – Jasmine Bibi
4L – Vina Pillay
5M – Gianmatteo Ricci
5N – Zara Esparon
6M – Emmanuel Okoth
6E – Alara Gunay
Thanks to the many contributions from parents, the PTA ran a successful bake sale to raise funds for the creation of a wildlife garden in the school grounds, a whopping SR 8679.50 was raised. We also had around 75 book donations to help replenish the EC and main library. A great day was had by everyone as you can see by the photos!

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