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Recent Activities

There are many events and activities going on throughout the School and below you will find a few of the recent highlights.

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IST goes to the ISS

Grade 6 & 7 students who successfully completed the ‘Moon Camp’ challenge were invited by the CNES and ESERO to participate in a live connection with Thomas Pesquet abord the International Space Station.

The subject of this connection was space sustainability and the recycling of resources.

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Terrific Toulouse Transportation Trip

Grade 3 students enjoyed an exciting trip to Toulouse which included different types of transportation.

The highlight was a ride in the new cable car! Such an amazing view of the river and Toulouse. It really is a fantastic experience!


Screen printing workshop

Grade 12 IB Visual Arts students enjoyed learning the techniques involved in screen printing when local designer Kiki Wood came to visit.

As they work towards their Vernissage exhibition the students develop their own ideas independently and need to develop expertise and sophistication in their outcomes.

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We use our senses to explore and learn about the world around us

Sensory play comes naturally to young children and it is an important part of our continuous provision in Early Years.

This half-term we focused on touch, taste, smell, hearing and sight and offered resources, experiences, stories, information books and play provocations that helped the children tune into, use and investigate their senses.

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Arts in Action

In connection with their PYP Unit ‘Arts in Action’, Grade 4 students explored the architecture of the Eiffel Tower.

In their French lessons they looked at the work of French artist Robert Delaunay.

Here you can see some examples of their interpretations of ‘la Demoiselle de Fer’.

Higher Education Day

Grade 11 students have been discovering more about their post-IB options.

Higher Education Day included sessions on ‘how to make the right decision for you’, apprenticeships, studying around the world, gap years & volunteering, as well as encouraging students to start thinking about their transferable skills, showing that they are well-rounded learners in whatever path they choose.

Thanks to SPW Careers for their help with this event.

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