Students in Grade 7 organized a semi-formal dance as part of their Service and Action program to raise money to adopt an Amur leopard.
Experiential and Service Learning
- Students should discover what you learn from doing.
- We provide opportunities for our students to contribute, to collaborate and to learn that they can make a difference.
- Students have access to the unique learning that comes from a strong programme of service to others.
International School of Paris, Strategic Plan, Guiding Statement 7
This year, for the first time the student council organized a two-day holiday bazaar, raising over 800 Euros. Student council member Zinzan Gurney tells us more.
Students in the Initiation to French Language and Culture class created 2017 calendars to support ISP's Sustainable Development Project in Tafi Atome, Ghana.
On Sunday, January 15, 20 ISP community members, including teachers, students and families, met at La Chapelle to help the city's refugees.
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.
The first real recycling program at ISP has been launched by the members of Eco Ecole! The Eco Ecole ambassadors are doing their best to raise awareness about the recycling program in the school community.
ISP's Senior Girls Varsity team recently travelled to Lisbon, Portugal to compete in the European Sports Conference (ESC) and were awarded the Spirit Award, as voted for by the international schools and referees. Go Panthers!
ISP's Senior Boys Varsity football team travelled to Zug, Switzerland this November for the European Sports Conference (ESC). Grade 12 student and Varsity player Kenny gives his report of the tournament matches.
Grade 11 Theatre students attended a three-day workshop with the International Schools Theatre Association in Manchester, UK, in October and one student shares her experience.
This summer the Sustainable Development Project went to Tafi Atome, Ghana, to teach in the local school and help construct a daycare center for the village's families. The center is now open!
The 2016 Sustainable Development Project Team return home safely to Paris after three hot weeks in Ghana.
The 2016 Sustainable Development Project in Ghana is well underway as the students help to construct a pre-school and teach English.
Secondary School takes part in Spirit Week and Theodora Week simultaneously during a week full of activity!
ISP students host a sports tournament and raise money to support research of childhood leukaemia, as well as encourage and establish links between schools in Paris
Secondary School students volunteer at local school fair and learn along the way.
Student Council holds used book sale from June 9 to the end of the school year at Ranelagh campus.
ISP student organizes five kilometre fun run and picnic for fellow students and families, in support of World Vision.
Mr. Ryan's Grade 6 Homeroom threw an April Fools' Dance to benefit the Ghana team and raised 400 Euros!
ISP had the pleasure of welcoming the youth choir from the Winneba High School in Ghana.
Our students marked Intenational Women's Day by holding a concert for the senior citizens at a local retirement home.