Four volunteers from the Surfrider Foundation Europe came to talk to Grade 2 about how to protect our water and keep it clean.
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.
ISP's Spanish students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 recently took a short trip to Paris' Grand Palais to see the "Mexique (1990–1950)" exhibition.
Two French classes in Grade 3 spent a morning at the L'Alhambra theatre to see "Le Loup est revenu", the story of Mr Rabbit, who learns that his old foe Wolf is back!
On Tuesday, December 13, ISP's Nursery students went on a field trip to the neaby Aquarium de Paris. What did they see and how did it tie into their learning? Their class teacher, Miss Selene, wrote about the experience.
ISP's Secondary School was paid a visit by Erik Solheim, Head of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and parent to two ISP students, to talk about African development and the peace making process.
What goes on during the day of a Grade 2 student at ISP? A lot, as it turns out! We followed our two Grade 2 classes to find out what they're learning about and what happens when you mix twenty seven-year-olds and several bags of rice...
EAL students in Grade 6 and 7 recently completed the Love in a Box community project, where an empty shoe box is transformed into a thoughtful gift for a child, who may not otherwise receive a gift this Christmas.
Students, staff and parents at the Primary School spent a day learning about Indian festivals and celebrations.
Grade 5 go to the Urban Soccer centre to play five-a-side football as part of the PE unit of inquiry 'Invasion Games'.
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