Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world, also in our school. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14. ISG students have been learning about this irrational number by calculating π by themselves and taking part in games and competitions about it, such as Kahoot or trying to remember as many π digits as possible in 3 minutes. Jerzy (grade 9) broke the record -he memorised 38 numbers! Congratulations!
Teresa Łepek (19.03.2018)
While International Women’s Day is aimed mostly at inspiring women across the world and celebrating their achievements, there is still a strong call for gender parity.
The short videos attached, below are intended to help to raise social awareness of what it means to be a woman.
Edyta Żywicka (08.03.2018)
On 14 th of February we celebrated Heart Day in our school. The students could make a Valentine’s Day card and send it to someone in the schoool. Grades 1-6 also participated in our lovely games. They were playing the cupid game, fishing for hearts and even playing bingo. Everyone could also have their picture taken in our Valentine’s Day photo booth. The teachers that organized the event were: Karolina Żyra and Aleksandra Czyżykowska.
Karolina Żyra (17.02.2018)
On Monday our students had the pleasure to take part in workshops in the Shakespeare Theatre. They learned the connection between humanities and science for example in special effects, costumery and fake blood. They even prepared phantom sketches to be performed on stage! It was truly amazing and a lot of fun.
James Gibbs (17.02.2018)
Last Friday G7-9 had a good time taking part in different activities. While G9 was playing board games at school and then, admiring Beksiński exhibition at the Shakespeare Theater, G8 and 7 were desperately trying to get out of the Escape Room. Have a look at the photos :)
Edyta Żywicka (17.02.2018)