The International School of Paris est ravie de vous annoncer la reconduction des ateliers de programmation informatique Magic Makers, à la rentrée 2019-2020. Lors de ces ateliers, les jeunes créent ce qui les passionnent : ils conçoivent des jeux vidéo, des sites Internet, des applications mobiles ; ils programment des robots ou encore des voitures autonomes ; ils inventent des histoires interactives et créent leurs propres univers... Grâce à la pédagogie Magic Makers, les enfants développent leur logique, structurent leur raisonnement tout en nourrissant leur créativité. Ils apprennent à se tromper et à réfléchir avec les autres pour trouver des solutions. Pour nous, c’est une excellente façon de les préparer à l’avenir ! Prenez connaissance du planning des stages sur le site web Magic Makers, et n’hésitez pas à inscrire votre enfant : www.magicmakers.fr
The International School of Paris is pleased to announce the renewal of our partnership with Magic Makers, the leader in coding classes for kids aged 7 to 18. During those classes, kids create with passion: they code videogames, websites, mobile apps; they program robots, self-driving cars; they invent their own stories and their own universe...
Kids develop their logic, structure their reasoning while unleashing their creativity. The learn iteration is a natural process: failing, trying again, failing again, trying again and then succeeding. An essential skill for their future professional lives. Click on the link to get more information and book a weekly workshop: www.magicmakers.fr
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Rock U. is a performance-based rock band program for kids that is as rewarding as it is fun! The focus of the Rock U. experience is on learning to play together as a band and putting on a live performance. All skill levels are welcome, and parts will be assigned in such a way that all can participate. Being in a rock band isn’t just about playing the notes and the beats. It’s about responsibility, confidence, teamwork, trust, and the thrill of creating something with others that you could never create by yourself. We’ll rock out for sure, but more importantly we’ll learn how to make music together as a band in a supportive, fun environment.
Every Rock U. session will include live performances for real audiences. Previous Rock U. groups have performed at the Paris Famillathlon, the Fête de la Musique and at fundraisers for charitable organizations in Paris. For more information, please visit https://rock-u.fr/ or contact Matt Black at firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Dempsey has been teaching the guitar at the ISP for a decade and has seen numerous ex-students go on to music related careers. James currently teaches two groups of guitarists at ISP, the Beginner Group and the Advanced Group. His focus is always rooted in the practical, and in getting his students to learn and improve by playing the music of the artists they enjoy the most, whilst also attempting to broaden their musical horizons. Visit his website to discover more!
The American Conservatory of Paris offers after-school private music lessons at any of the three campuses at ISP for students in Grades 1-12.
Instruments offered: piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, drums, djembe and voice.
At the Primary School, lessons are 30 or 45 minutes for beginners, and 1 hour for students entering at least their 3rd year of study.
At the Secondary School, lessons are 45 minutes or 1 hour.
Group ensembles and music theory classes take place at the Middle School campus with their Saturday Conservatory programme.
Students will be offered two performing opportunities as well as the chance to take the non-mandatory Associated Board of the Royal School of Music Exams (ABRSM).
For more information, please visit www.americanconservatoryofparis.com/class/isp.