na stroneanitaAnita  grade 9 is leaving for UK shortly, so sadly, she won' t be with us next year. Her classmates made a small surprise for her - a poster with photos and school friends' signatures as well as a T- shirt with ISG logo.There were also lots of hugs and kisses and promises to keep in touch.
Anita, it' s always sad to say goodbye but... "Don' t cry it's over, smile it happened" :)


Edyta Żywicka (01.06.2017)

nastrone oceanOn May 29th students of Middle and High International School of Gdansk took part in laboratory lesson and cruise in the Gdynia Aquarium. During the trip we listened to the multimedia presentation about the marine environment and its richness, visited the Aquarium's museum, took part in laboratory lesson about the marine life, using the microscopes and most important: we spend 1.5h on hydrographic cruise in the Gdansk Bay.


Bogna Pazderska (01.06.2017)

na str forestOn 24 May, grade 6 had spent their nature lesson on a trip to the Tricity Landscape Park. Both, the weather and our mood were very good. Surrounded by the fresh spring greens, we could listen to birds singing, watch ants and butterflies, eat something, or even play volleyball. We managed to find a few hidden treasures, but can't share the details, as it's a piece of classified information :) On Friday, the whole Middle and High International School of Gdansk followed the grade 6 footsteps on a similar trip. Can anyone deny the awesomeness of having your lessons in the bosom of nature? :)


Adriana Budzisz - Orłowska (01.06.2017)

IMG 1101On Friday grades 4-6 took a part in life history lesson. Our guest Mr. Adam Zwoiński (coordinator of reconstruction) showed our children many details of polish army in XVIIIth century. Pupils tried to carry heavy guns and for a moment feel like a real soldiers.


Kamil Kucharski (28.09.2017)

ugnastroOn May 19th students of classes 9-11 Middle and High International School of Gdansk took part in literary workshops organized by the Department of Modern Philologies ​​at the University of Gdansk. The event opened with a show prepared by students of various philologies. Post apocalyptic art was exhibited in eight languages. Then we took part in creative writing workshops conducted by lecturers from the University of Gdańsk. The culmination of the day were delicious pancakes in a restaurant near the campus.

Izabela Tereszkiewicz (27.05.2017)