Monthly Archives: November 2016

Early Years News

November 2016 As always, the Early Years has been a hustle and bustle of inquiry and exploration. Here’s a little sneak-peek into what has been happening. Our Nursery children have started to settle in as they explore the campus and learn about all the people around the school who help them. They have been painting…
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Upper Primary News

November 2016 Within a few months, there has been so much happening in the Upper Primary department already!  We have been having guest speakers coming in, there has been a UN day, a spirit awareness week and many residential field trips! Year Three Trip to Cheshire Homes: As part of their unit of inquiry into…
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Middle School Model United Nations

October 2016 On the 11th of October the annual Middle School Model United Nations took place, with over 24 nations being represented by delegates from years 7 to 9. There was a total of 6 committees that were in session from 7:15 till 11. Various issues ranging from solving deforestation to preventing cyberbullying were debated…
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Year 7 Wildtracks Trip

October 2016 On 5th September 2016, the Year 7 students went to ‘Wildtracks’ in Lower Zambezi for a five day fieldtrip. The 38 students were accompanied by their Form tutors: Mrs. Rachel Bentley, Mrs. Nathanja Meyer, Ms. Mieke Versleegers and me. One of the drivers, Mr. Alex Kunda, also stayed with us at Wildtracks until…
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IGCSE NEWS

November 2016 We have already almost come to the end of term one of the 2016 Academic Year. The Year 10's have settled down well. The selection of option subjects is complete, and I will be sending out forms to be signed by parents and guardians. This will serve as evidence when I enter them…
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From the Head of School

November 2016 Two of our largest and most important events happened in October. On Friday 14th October, we celebrated Zambia-UN Day at ISL. This is a special day for us as we celebrate our diversity but also recognize how much we have in common, including our dreams and aspirations. This year's theme was, 'Peace Starts…
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