The Grade 9 work experience program gives students an idea of what working life could be, and helps them plan their future careers and paths.
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.
"This intergenerational activity organized by the students and supervised by Ms Devos is an excellent example of what ISP is all about." The workshop is just one in a series of intergenerational activities as part of the Initiation to French program.
The Vision of the International School of Paris is "Educating for Complexity." But what is complexity, and why are we embracing it at ISP?
Primary School students delivered thank-you letters to the local police. These letters were written to mark the Jewish festival of Purim in March.
A group of Grade 9 and 10 students travelled to London to attend a junior mathematics conference, covering subjects from exam preparation to forces and tracking serial killers.
The third and final year of ISP's action research project kicked off in January with 11 new projects and 21 participating staff members.
French Initiation students share their experiences of visiting the Desgranges bakery in Passy as part of their ongoing intergenerational activities program.
Two students represented ISP at the ELSA Poetry by Heart competition, an event that brought home the importance and power of words and their meaning.
As the Internal Assessment for history looms, Grade 11 took a trip across the Seine to discover the American Library in Paris.
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