Recent Posts by Silvia Nithyanathan

STOP PRESS: ISL has just been granted Re-Accreditation status by CIS.

June 2017 ISL is accredited by two international organisations, Council of International Schools (CIS) and New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). How can ISL demonstrate a commitment to high quality international education to parents, students and staff members? How do we ensure that ISL is continually improving and keeping up with the best…
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The Chronicles of Narnia

May 2017 The ISL Theatre Night was held on the 21st and 22nd of April, 2017. Over the two nights, audiences witnessed monologues from The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare and extracts from Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. These were performed by the IGCSE Drama candidates: Harry Miller, Sudish Poojary, Yun Zhu, Malaka and…
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Year 6 Exhibition

The PYP Exhibition is the culmination of learning throughout the primary school years. The focus of this year’s Exhibition has been “The marks of violence in the human mind can corrupt the mind forever” The process unfolded with a powerful provocation to get the learners thinking about and feeling the meaning of violence. Tuning-in activities to arouse interest…
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From the IGCSE Co-ordinator

May 2017 It has been a while since I communicated to you, our parents and students. The Year 11 students sat their trial exams successfully and have started writing their final IGCSE exams; which will run until next month – June. Please give your child all the needed support she/he may need at this critical…
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Suwilanji Mpondela on track to become Zambia’s next sporting star

April 2017 Great to hear one of ISL's ex-students talking about her love of sport on the BBC World Service programme, Focus on Africa. Suwilanji (first from right in the photo above) was always a star of track and field at ISL and now she is off to the World Youth Athletics Championships! Congratulations, Suwilanji!…
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April 2017 The year 7 students have successfully completed their fourth unit on Discovery and embarked on their fifth and last unit of the year on Creativity. As a conclusion to their Discovery unit, students independently worked on media projects which they presented as the Exit Point. The fourth Exit Point was different in the…
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Year 10 Work Experience

April 2017 During the week of March 20-24, Year 10 students participated in Work Experience Week, an integral part of ISL's career guidance program where students secure a work placement in the Lusaka community and spend the week exploring a career they are interested in. Student placements this year included hospitals, veterinarian offices, dentist offices, engineering…
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From the Primary Principal’s Desk

March 2017 An opportunity to share news is always welcome! We have successfully completed the CIS/NEASC self- study report. It was sent on Monday, 6th March 2017 to the organisations and the Chairs of the Visiting Team. There has been a lot of hard work from all sections of the school community especially the teachers…
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