Category Archives: Field Trips

IMYC News

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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Upper Primary News

February 2017 At ISL we plan at least one field trip for each trans-disciplinary theme as part of the PYP.  This enables students to experience a more holistic picture of the information presented in a textual and abstract way.  Field trips are very important and act as powerful learning experiences that can have a great…
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IBDP Highlights

December 2016 As we wrap up the beginning of term 2 before enjoying a well-deserved Christmas break, it is time to reflect on what has been a very busy term for the IBDP students. The first term back at school after the long summer holiday has indeed been the busiest and probably the most stressful…
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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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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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IBPYP News

October 2016 The first half term semester has gone past very quickly. Teachers and students have worked extremely hard completing planned activities both in and outside the classroom. We always like parents to tell us about what your children tell you at home about their units of inquiry and to let us know if they…
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Dinos Alive

On Wednesday,  27th April, all the students in Primary School attended the Dinos Alive exhibition at the Lusaka Showgrounds.  Dinos Alive is a time machine that will transport you back millions of years.  It is an interactive and lifelike experience made up of 25 animated dinosaurs, including familiar faces like Tyrannosaurs Rex and Triceratops.  No…
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