180911schoolyearbeginning02On September 3rd, bathed in sunlight, the school year 2018/19 was officially begun at ISG by students, teachers, parents and directors alike. Special Thanks to Lena and Zuzia for leading the ceremonies, and you can see in the pictures that anticipation was at the utmost level.

 

 

 

 

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James Gibbs (11.09.2018)

back to school 2628012 960 720We invite you for the festive start of the school year on September 3, 2018 at 10:00.

No lessons take place on this day, while the school day care will be open from 7.30 to 16.00.

Agata Kożuszek (21.08.2018)

We would like to kindly inform you that the school office will be open as follows:

till 20th July from 7.30 to 15.30

21st July - 12th August  CLOSED

from 13th August 7.30 - 15.30

Sorry for the inconvenience. 

Agata Kożuszek (12.07.2018)

20180610 125800A group of pupils from Grade 7-10, accompanied by Mrs. Vanesa Molina and Mrs. Małgorzata Macierzanka, spent a week in Malaga. Living in Spanish host families, attending Spanish classes, taking part in additional activities as cooking, flamenco and boat trip was part of experience organised by Málaca Instituto. In addition to that, we visited incredible Caves of Nerja, had a treasure hunt in Malaga Centre, and “met” Picasso at his famous bench. Taking advantage of beautiful sunny weather we also spent time on the beach, by (and in) the swimming pool and in huge Torremolina Aquapark. Fun mixed with learning, Spanish food, culture and of course language - it was amazing experience that we will all remember, even more looking at the collection of sunny pictures.

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Małgorzata Macierzanka (01.07.2018)

pypLast school week brought the opportunity to pupils of grades 1-4 to present the summary of this year learning to their parents during individual PYP Conferences. Grade 5 students faced more challenging task - inviting all school community to the PYP Exhibition. Parents, teachers and younger students could see the result of Grade 5’s inquiry within unit “Sharing the planet”. Two lines of inquiry developed by pupils were: deforestation (areas, reasons, consequences for habitats, ways to prevent it) and native tribes (settlements, traditions, their right for independence). Results of the inquiry were shown on big display boards and presented by students during the Exhibition. The event was the first ever ISG summary of learning in PYP programme, and as required by IB will become an annual school event.On behalf of Grade 5 pupils, I would like to thank you who supported and visited our PYP Exhibition.

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Małgorzta Macierzanka (01.07.2018)