Seychelles Ocean Festival – Prizewinners 2019

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International School Seychelles were very proud to have 5 prizewinners in this years Seychelles Ocean Festival. ISS students submitted entries in all the categories and we were very pleased to win the Best Secondary school award. Entries from secondary students included essays and art work these will be displayed in the school after the holidays.

Prizes were given in the art category to ….

Haadiya Korumtollee 1st Prize

Joshua Allcorn 2nd prize

Menmozhi Sasikumar 1st Prize

For essay writing prizes went to ….

Vanshika Parikh

Ashvin Valabjhi

Well done to everyone who participated in this competition – there were many amazing entries in all categories.

Further thanks to the ISS Ocean festival Singers Leah and Brooke from ISS who were invited to sing during the prize giving ceremony. Thank you to Georgie Nicholls for organizing this performance.



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Bebras International Challenge (2019)

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Bebras International Challenge (2019)
Congratulations to all 192 ISS students who took part in this online event, especially to the top performers in ISS, as follows:
Year 7
1st Joshua Allcorn
2nd Ivan Eremeev
3rd Orlando Marzocchi

Years 8 and 9
1st Mahatehotia Randrianarison
2nd Sienna Goldstein
3rd Zia Adam

Years 10 and 11
1st Jierui Ni
2nd Farhaan Muslun
3rd Yohaan Rizvi

Years 12 and 13
1st Toshani Khanna
2nd Ayush Rai
3rd Yohan Fu

Josh and Mahatehotia were in the top 10% for their respective age groups, and have been formally invited to participate in the 2020 Oxford Computing Challenge. We wish them the best of luck in this.

Issue 4 of The International Student

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The ISS 6th Form is delighted to unveil the latest edition of The International Student. Once again, we have produced a bigger and better collection of articles, research, opinion pieces, artwork and much more!’

Bebras International Challenge on Informatics and Computational Thinking 2019

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With the second week of November being declared as World-Wide BEBRAS week, ISS students in Years 7-9 and those students opting for Computer Science at iGCSE and A-Level have taken part in this year’s challenge. The Bebras challenge promotes problem solving skills and Informatics concepts including problem decomposition, algorithm design, pattern recognition, pattern generalisation and abstraction. Students were using the same set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use to write programs and apps.

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