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.
- 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.
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'.
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.
Inspired by the now Nobel Prize winning lyrics of Bob Dylan, ISP's Grade 7 students were tasked with writing their protest poetry. Joseph and Rati share their work with us.