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Primary Years IB Programme

From Nursery to Grade 5, our Primary School students explore the PYP.

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Middle Years IB Programme

Grade 6 to Grade 9 students engage with the MYP on our Middle School campus.

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Middle Years/IB DP Programme

Grade 10 marks an important end of the MYP, ushering in our High School students to the last two years' IB DP curriculum.

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How is wellbeing defined at ISP?

At ISP, wellbeing means caring and connecting.  Together, we aspire towards wellbeing in the following ways...



Cultivating an environment in which we know we can be ourselves.


Encouraging a balanced, safe and healthy way of living.


Connecting, communicating and maintaining support networks.


Feeling part of our diverse and inclusive community.


Ensuring those who come after us can also be well.

Our united and collaborative approach to wellbeing received commendations from the Council of International Schools (CIS), the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IB) during the 2019 joint accreditation.

An IB education is holistic in nature—it is concerned with the whole person. Along with cognitive development, IB programmes address students’ social, emotional and physical well-being.

The International Baccalaureate





CIS commends all members of the school community for their contribution to maintaining positive relationships within the ISP community.

Council of International Schools, 2019

Council of International Schools

NEASC commends the wellbeing team for planning a comprehensive health education programme that enhances students' wellbeing.

New England Association of Schools and Colleges, 2019


ISP Child Protection Handbook

ISP is committed to the safety and protection of children. Read below ISP’s Child Protection Policy and safeguarding guidelines. 




Who is part of the wellbeing team?

Wellbeing is the responsibility of all members of the community; however, our Wellbeing Team plays a central role in coordinating wellbeing structures and programmes. 

Elisabeth Mailhac, Fiona Lee and Mike Kopp lead the Wellbeing Team. 

Elisabeth Mailhac
Vice Principal Wellbeing, Primary School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Fiona Lee
Vice Principal Wellbeing, Middle School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mike Kopp
Vice Principal Wellbeing, High School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Régine Leclerc
School Counselor

Lou-Anne Le Mener
School Counselor

What are the wellbeing team's objectives?

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