Grade 9 student Jules describes his recent trip to Dublin for a Model United Nations conference, including two awards for ISP students.
- 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.
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.
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.
A group of ISP's Grade 11 and 12 students participated in the ISTMF senior mathematics competition in Vienna. Read their reflections on mathematics, Vienna, and Sacher cake!