This academic year, ISP's intergenerational program, "Bridges between Cultures and Generations", has incorporated new activities that motivate students to promote service learning.
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.
On Monday, October 2, Dr Elizabeth Milovidov, a lawyer, law professor and internet safety expert, came to the Primary School to hold a seminar for parents on the challenges facing parenting in the digital age.
During the last week of September, all our Grade 6 students participated in a project called "No Muddle in the Middle".
What is intergenerational learning and why is it so important? Monica Devos explains why she began the Bridges between Cultures and Generations program at ISP.
"These buildings are beautiful. It should be easier to see them," was one of Kate Grant's thoughts upon arriving at ISP as the new Primary School principal.
Our congratulations go to the students, to their families who supported them through the two challenging years of the IB Diploma Programme, and to all of the members of staff who worked alongside them.
As a part of our Grade 9 work experience project, three International School of Paris' Grade 9 students contributed to the Cortambert* cafeteria plans.
"When you go on this trip, you are fully immersed in Spanish culture and it helps you to improve your understanding of both the culture and language." Alexander, Grade 7
"What is so wonderful in art is that there is never a wrong or right way of doing anything and that we are teaching students an exploratory approach, that will undoubtedly be influenced by their own identities and personalities."
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