The first short week of Quarter Four is now complete. We saw the return of our international travellers: Mr Emond and the students which travelled to Quebec – all had a fantastic time. Many thanks to Mr Emond for leading the trip.
In PYP P2 have started their new unit of inquiry which focuses on transport systems. They were visited on Friday by a mystery guest: a secret rally and racing driver, who they questioned about using transport for fun. It turned out that the mystery guest was Mrs Liz who used to race and rally classic mini cars. Well done to those who guessed correctly.
D2 now have just ten days of lessons left before they start their exam leave: the next two weeks will be filled with review, revision and practice of exam style questions. We wish the students all the best for this vitally important period; make the most of every opportunity to learn from the teachers and to ask as many questions as possible. The final IB Diploma examinations will take place between Monday 30 April and Friday 18 May.
Next week the M3 students will be taking part in their interdisciplinary unit trip with Moshi Campus. The students will travel to the Cultural Arts Centre at Tumaini University and will focus on performing and visual arts, linking with Swahili. We hope the students have a great time and enjoy the experience.
Next week will also see our M5 students taking mock-onscreen exams, to help prepare them for the final MYP onscreen examinations in May. We wish them well in their preparations and revision.
On Tuesday ISM Arusha Campus will open its doors for an open day. This is a great opportunity for the community beyond ISM to sample the educational experience our students enjoy every day.
I wish everyone a good weekend and a great start to the new week,