Our Grand Opening.

On Friday 9th September, 2016, we celebrated the official opening of our new school building. The event was a big success with representatives from companies from East and West Flanders, important stakeholders and of course friends and families from our local and school community. A warm sunny evening, children performing, live jazz and Belgian fries - the perfect way to celebrate this exciting next chapter for ISG!

Our amazing new school!

On the 1st of September, 2016, we opened the doors to our brand new school building. With large classrooms, a sports hall, music and language rooms, performance area and plenty of outside space for playing, we are excited to be able to call this our permanent home in Ghent. The investment in this modern learning facility reflects the success of ISG since opening in 2012 and the importance of having an International School serving East and West Flanders. Call us if you would like to come and visit!

Pre-Primary class (photo Claude Develter)Pre-Primary class (photo Claude Develter)Primary class (photo Claude Develter)Primary class hallway (photo Claude Develter)Sports hall (photo David Minoodt, de Vloed Architects)The central focus, the staircase and performance space (photo Claude Develter)Staircase and performance space (photo Claude Develter) (photo David Minoodt, de Vloed Architects)Looking toward the Primary playground (photo Claude Develter)The Pre-Primary playground - currently under development (photo Claude Develter)

Our new school is nearly finished!

School is out for summer, and ISG is on the move! Our amazing new school building at 258 De Pintelaan is in the finishing stages. We have packed up and we'll be moving in during the summer to start the new school year in September. We are all very excited about this next chapter for ISG!

The hallway along the Primary classesA Primary class with the adaptable shelving system!A Primary class!A Pre-Primary class with a freshly painted mezzanine floorThe lunch room and serving area.The kitchenMusic and art room!ReceptionLaying the outside paving.The outside play space

Music classes

Every class at ISG enjoys one hour of music a week with our specialised music teacher Miss Narissa. Trained in the Kodaly method Narissa's classes develop children's music literacy using songs, hand signs, pictures, rhythm symbols and syllables. Singing is the foundation of the music classes and also incorporates games, movement, playing instruments and reading and writing. All the children love music class each week!

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Let's go running!

On Sunday 22nd May we had a great turnout of ISG pupils at the Chiquita fun run in Ghent. After an aerobic warm-up all the children ran the 1km fun run and made it past the finish line to receive a medal and of course a banana! Well done to all those who participated! Check out this video of the event!

Building update!

Our new school building on De Pintelaan is looking fantastic! Floors are being laid and walls are being plastered. The original brick buildings on the site having been brought back to life and will house our school library, sports hall and office space. The new L-shaped structure sitting beside it will have Pre-Primary classes on the ground floor and Primary classes on the first floor, and will also include a large lunch room and other spaces for music and language classes. Everything is on track for us to open on September 1st. We are very excited!

The main door is situated in the corridor linking the old renovated building to the left and the new structure on the right. The concrete floors have been poured, ready for the final layer.This will be our lunch room which then connects directly to the outside play area.Inside the front door looking down the main corridor. The sports hall will be in the original brick structure to the left, with all learning areas, reception and lunch room in the new structure to the right.View of the corridor with the reception area in the foreground and then the four Pre-Primary classes on the right hand side.The Pre-Primary classes on the ground floor, linking directly to the outside play area.Looking back towards reception with the Pre-Primary classes to the left.The corridor on the first floor with six Primary classes off to the right.Looking into a Primary class.External view toward the classroom block.