As a part of our Grade 9 work experience project, three International School of Paris' Grade 9 students contributed to the Cortambert* cafeteria plans.
- 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.
Biodiversity, overpopulation and overfishing were some of the topics discussed at the second ISP Environmental Conference held at the Secondary School on Friday, April 28.
Pascale, a Grade 7 student and writer for the Inquirer, puts the spotlight on Secondary School teacher James Chedburn to find out a little more about him as an artist, teacher and DIY enthusiast.
Grade 9 student Jules describes his recent trip to Dublin for a Model United Nations conference, including two awards for ISP students.