Hand-prepared costumes, author's script and the positive energy from the Funkey Musical gave an amazing experience. It was fun, full of songs and a little bit moralizing. Funkey Musical Theatre from Poznan was a great option to spend Valentines Friday.
Magdalena Koman (27.02.2020)
Our school organized the chess tournament of Gdańsk Fundation of Education. 6 students from Grades 1-3 represented ISG. Our intention was to play only with Gdansk Autonomic Elementary School (GASP) and Sopot Autonomic Elementary School (SASP). Everyone had a chance to play matches and we all had fun. Next chess competition will take place in SASP! Thank you for your engagement!
Mateusz Rydzak-Moc (27.02.2020)
Recently, 1st Grade students went on a trip to the open gallery in Gdańsk Zaspa to see beautiful murals. They were listening to amazing stories of how the murals were created and inquiring into their meaning. As always, our guide from the Cultural Institute in Gdańsk, Mr. Jarek, astonished us with his great knowledge. Thank you!
Aleksandra Patalon (17.02.2020)
Shortly after the winter break, students from grades 1-6 participated in sailing workshops. And they did not swim in the water! But they could see how to train out of season and how boats are stored in the autumn and winter. They also learned about the basic nautical hubs, the location of lighthouses and signaling on the water. Moreover, they had the opportunity to see the Optimist boat and its equipment. At the end, one of the trainers made our time more pleasant by singing funny shanties. Ahoy!
Aleksandra Czyżykowska (17.02.2020)
Last week Grade 4 was reading the legend about the most famous magician in Kraków - Mr. Twardowski. He signed a pact with the devil in order to have all his wishes granted. In return, the sorcerer had to offer his soul to the devil when in Rome. Trying to outsmart the devil, Twardowski made several tricks. According to a ballad by Adam Mickiewicz, based on the legend, it was Mrs. Twardowska who finally helped her husband to get rid of the devil. Our students presented this exciting story in a short play.
Anna Gostomska (14.02.2020)