Students in Grade 10 recently showcased their finished Personal Projects to the rest of the ISP community. Staff, parents and students were invited to see what the Grade 10 students have been working on over the course of the year.
Learning at ISP
ISP is a learning community, where each and every member is engaged in life long learning. Students, teachers, staff and parents alike have opportunities to participate in activities that develop and deepen our understanding of the world and its complexities.
A group of ISP's Grade 11 and 12 students participated in the ISTMF senior mathematics competition in Vienna. Read their reflections on mathematics, Vienna, and Sacher cake!
Grade 10 students wrote on the theme of love and conflict in three languages as part of their interdisciplinary art and world languages project. Student Noam Ben Dor describes the project.
Visiting artist Petra Mrsa shared her research on China's Forbidden City with our students studying Chinese, who produced their very own artistic impressions of the palace.
Grade 5 students inquired into the transdisciplinary theme of "How we express ourselves", wiith the central idea: "Artists can be inspired to take action in response to an issue."
What is an international education, and which programs and structures are best suited to delivering it? We invited panelists to examine this question for ISP's first ever Complexity Hub.
Students in Grade 11 attended the 2017 Theory of Knowledge Conference in Maastricht during the ski break to explore the central question, "Who are we?" TOK student Hiroki shares his experience of the conference.
ISP's Grade 8 and 9 Chinese class took a short metro ride across the city and found themselves in Paris' very own Chinatown. Grade 9 student Hanaé tells us about Chinese crafts and the origins of Chinese characters.
"Speaking with our allies and, above all, having fun while doing it..." Zinzan describes how Grade 11 students were transformed into delegates of Mauritania for The Hague International Model United Nations conference in February.
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