"The production of "Alice" was a bit of a rollercoaster for me as a new student at ISP." Clara tells us what it was like to bring Alice to life in ISP's 2016 senior school production.
- 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
The student experience at ISP should allow the expression and cultivation of the multiplicity of talents and interests of each individual, recognising that this will involve a range of activities that extend well beyond the formal curriculum. Wherever possible students should be encouraged to create, lead and participate having the confidence to know that they can make a difference.
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.
EAL students in Grade 6-10 encounter one of English literature's most iconic characters, Sherlock Holmes, though they didn't go quite as far as Baker Street, London.
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!
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.
Grade 5 go to the Urban Soccer centre to play five-a-side football as part of the PE unit of inquiry 'Invasion Games'.