On Tuesday Oct. 9th Grade 4 was describing Pinocchio - the main character of Carlo Collodi's novel. It turned out that this wooden puppet is a fascinating marionette who has a lof of human features. The students tried to show their understanding of this character making various colorful portraits of Pinocchio.
Anna Gostomska (14.10.2018)
On Monday morning of the 10th, our school representative took part in a team chess tournament. Although there was great difference in levels and ages of chess participants we were competing against, we won a few matches. Thank you for your logic and physical effort to our school's representatives!
Mateusz Rydzak-Moc (5.10.2018)
On Friday September 28th Grades 1 to 12 celebrated Language Day. During the week students had prepared posters about different countries in the world and during the "day" younger kids had some exercises and activities connected with the importance of speaking different languages, whereas older students who prepared projects about their countries, decorated the corridors and did the puzzle about Paris, London and the Morse Code alphabet.
During the school wide event, we had a parade with all the flags of countries we host at ISG and their most famous hits and we played quiz about the languages around the world, we had the competition: "How many languages do they speak?" in addition to a video speaking in our home languages.
A display with the posters made during the week was hanging in the gym and a posters voting took place during the day and the weekend. The final touch was enjoying the traditional dishes and chatting between parents, teachers, managers and of course, students.
It was a day of joy and enthusiasm that opens the School Year Events at ISG, as you can see in the pictures.
Vanesa Jimenez Molina (1.10.2018)
Our school participated in the 8th annual World Multiplication Table Day on the 28th of September. During that day students from grades 6 and 7 checked the multiplication knowledge of all EISG and MISG students. Each participant got some sweet reward and people with the best scores received medals. Congratulations! It was a really interesting event with a lot of fun. We hope that we will do it again next year!
Teresa Łepek (28.09.2018)
Today in our school we had a special event - Street Games. Each class had fun playing old school games in our playground. In the program we had - Hopscotch, Peek-a-boo, What's the Time Mr Wolf, Flag Tag and Hide and Seek. Grades 6-12 were helping in this event and were also preparing some of the games themselves. Enjoy the pictures. The students were very engaged and enthusiastic! Thanks to All!
Mateusz Rydzak-Moc (21.09.2018)