Mama Julia (above) shares a story in Italian
This last week has been one of variety: we have celebrated the diversity of our languages in the PYP, had art trips across MYP and PYP, demonstrated great artist ability, shown emerging talent on the football pitch with the EC football tournament and come together as houses in secondary to test our collective knowledge.
Many thanks to all the parents who came and shared their linguistic skills with our PYP students on Wednesday. We had a great variety of languages including Dutch, Albanian, Swahili, Danish, Spanish, Hehe, French and sign, to name but a few. A great morning was had by all.
Friday saw P2 welcome parents to visit their gallery, where they showcased their artistic talents. They then visited Sable Square to look at artwork and speak with an artist. This was great way to get into the mind of an artist, ask about technique and investigate style and motivation. M2 also visited Sable to speak with the artist.
Our EC football stars travelled to Braeburn on Friday for the annual Football Extravaganza. Ms Liz took a squad of nine to play against six other schools, some of whom had squads of up to thirty students. They battled hard and showed great talent, gaining certificates for their participation.
Also on Friday, M1 through D2 took part in a jeopardy house quiz. Staff also joined in to aid their houses in amassing points. Well done to the secondary student council, ably led by Desire, for organising the event.
Next week, M1 travel to Lake Eyasi on Tuesday for their three day IDU trip. On Thursday and Friday, P4-5 travel to Karatu for their annual camp and on Saturday and Sunday ISM Arusha hosts a parkour workshop.
Busy, busy busy.
Have a great weekend,