This last weekend I had the pleasure of accompanying twelve students from Arusha and Moshi on an amazing trek across the Ngorongoro highlands to Lake Natron. This trip highlights not only the stunning country in which we live, but also the spirit of adventure and teamwork which the UWC movement have recognised within ISMs bid to become the eighteenth United World College.
This week the PTA organised our annual Halloween ‘Trunk or Treat’ event. This was an amazing evening for our primary (and many secondary) students. Many thanks to the PTA team for all their work and to the parents who decorated their ‘trunks’.
The week drew to a close with the U19 netball girls taking on a staff team, in a very close game. Well done to all those who took part. Pictures later in this newsletter. Also at the end of the week was our PYP sharetime with musical pieces from P4-5, P5-6 and a guest apprearance from M2. Well done to all our musicians and to Mr Tyler for his musical leadership.
I would like to wish all the best to our Duke of Edinburgh International Award students, who this weekend will be treking in the bush to complete their practice hike. Thanks to Mrs Bowen, Mr Olivier and Mr Tyer for supporting them on thier way.
Also this weekend we have U15 netball teams travelling to ISM Moshi campus. Good luck!
Please remember that next week are our NTAA athletic events at ISM Arusha: PYP have their event on Friday and Secondary is on Saturday. More details below.
Wishing you a great weekend