At ISG we believe that class trips are an important aspect of our curriculum. A visit to a museum, art gallery, a farm or just the local bakery - can all become memorable experiences for the children while reinforcing learning that has taken place in the classroom. Class trips are engaging, relevant and meaningful as they always relate to what we are learning about as part of our topics of work. And most of all, they are fun!
Here at ISG we are a community, not just a school. We encourage, teach and foster mutual respect across the whole school. And most importantly, we lead by example. Together, we make our school a great place to learn each day. Our school assemblies contribute to this goal - we have fun singing together, classes share their learning with each other, we discuss things we need to work on to make our school a better place and we celebrate success.
We recently had our annual International Festival, and what a great event it was! The children proudly performed songs in many languages and dances from all over the world. Then we enjoyed an amazing reception with food that parents had prepared from their home country. A wonderful event celebrating the cultural diversity that we love here at ISG. Thank you to everyone who helped make our International Festival such an enjoyable event!
There was a lot of excitement in the air today when all the children realized that the Easter bunny had visited ISG! Everyone was happy to have chocolate eggs to take home in their Easter baskets. Thank you Easter bunny!