As part of PYP unit, Grade 2 class was visited by Marks' mum and grandma, who shared their expertise. Pupils not only tried some yoga exercises but also learned new skill - interviewing. Read more about the visit in attached gazette.
Agnes Nowicka-El Sahli (10.11.2017)
In what could be called ideal weather for the end of October, students from Middle and High ISG went out to research those that have fallen in military service in our own city of Gdansk. Amidst bustling preparations for All Saints Day, no less than four nationalities were commemorated by monuments and dedicated cemeteries, in which our students gained insight for the sheer numbers of those slain, as well as demographic information such as ages and dates of death, and even religious faith.
James Gibbs (02.11.2017)
Few days ago Grade 3 went on a trip to Polish Association of The Blind. They had a chance to take part in the workshops about blind and people that have difficulties with seeing. They saw many helpful materials and books. It was a very useful experience and they definitely learned a lot.
Karolina Żyra (15.10.2017)
This year Mad Hatter Day was celebrated within the ISG on Friday, October 6, 2017. Its not an official holiday, or even a charity event, but we celebrated the eccentric Hatter, a key character in Lewis Carol’s Alice in Wonderland. This unofficial day was created in 1986 in Boulder Colorado by a group of computer technicians who were inspired by the Hatter and his antics in the epic fantasy novel, and wore silly hats all day. The staff and students of the International school all love the story, thus decided to do the same. A photo wall was set up beside the library door, and everybody had fun.
David Calladine (11.10.2017)