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Grade 9 German at ISS
Posted on Friday, May 14, 2021
    This week Grade 9 German Language and Literature students finished their project work for "Im Westen nichts Neues" (All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque), which fits this year’s Interdisciplinary Unit. The novel offered good insight into life on the front lines during World War I with the focus on the life of young people.   In combination with the I&S Unit about the war, the class was able to get a better understanding of the time, the consequences and the... Read More
Kindergarten Home Deliveries
Posted on Friday, May 7, 2021
  Our Kindergarten students got a surprise this week when their teachers dropped off a small packet with seeds and a kit to make their own clock! Kindergarten is about creating positive memories and experiences in the classroom and with your peers, which has been a significantly hindered by the pandemic. You’re always going to remember your teacher dropping off a packet for you! One of the teachers was even able to meet a student for the first time since they started in their class just... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, May 4, 2021
We are full of admiration for the educational awareness building that the staff of Manchester Zoo promotes. One of our 5th Grade researchers at the International School of Stuttgart, Sindelfingen Campus interviewed Zookeeper Jamie online. He was absolutely fantastic; brilliantly prepared, valued her questions, gave her loads to think about, challenged her higher thinking skills, and inspired her to want to research more. Thank you Manchester Zoo Team, for recognizing that this kind of... Read More
Staying Negative to Keep Positive
Posted on Monday, April 19, 2021
  This Grade 5 student is using her creative side to live up to the motto "staying negative to keep positive" with these amazing (sanitised) COVID-19 earnings that she hand-crafted from her own negative tests!  
Grade 10 Spanish
Posted on Friday, April 16, 2021
  We have started a unit on storytelling in Spanish and the G10’s were totally game, they got all dressed up as book or movie characters. There was Enid Blyton’s Julian from the Famous Five, Mario Puzzo’s Godfather, Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and some “Money Heisters”. Students showed not only how creative they are, but also how engaged they are in their own learning.    
Posted on Friday, April 16, 2021
  I would like to inform our community of the retirement of our former Director of External Relations Frau Valerie Lark-Webler.   Frau Lark-Webler’s impact has been enormous over the more than 20 years of her employ here at ISS.  She has been a highly respected Facility Manager and a valued member of our Leadership Team.  She has built contacts with local corporations, communities and our alumni. Most of all, she has helped us all work in best practice facilities, keeping us safe and... Read More
Grade 12 IB Diploma Art Exhibition
Posted on Tuesday, April 13, 2021
We wanted to share with you the excellent work of our IB Art Seniors who have so profoundly captured the impact of the past year 2020.    
ISS Charity Sports Challenge
Posted on Monday, April 12, 2021
  Our second ISS Charity Sports Challenge was another success with community members having the option to register for running, biking and walking challenges. We also competed as a team against three other international schools in Germany; Leipzig International School, Bonn International School and International School Frankfurt with Leipzig International School winning the competition (and trophy!) with a total of 9842 kilometers.   We are happy and proud that so many people took part... Read More
Building Greenhouses at the International School of Stuttgart e.V.
Posted on Thursday, April 8, 2021
  Kindergarten students have taken building a greenhouse to a whole new level! As part of their Plant Unit of Inquiry and Outdoor Learning Program, students are in the midst of recycling 1,500 plastic bottles to build a greenhouse on the Early Years playground.    
Posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2021
  Willem Barentsz, Sylvia Earle, Junko Tabei, Kay Cottee and Sacagawea were only a few of the explorers that were spotted around the Grade 5 classrooms last week. Inquiry is all about exploring and the Grade 5 students presented their work to their peers on exploring explorers in very informative and imaginative ways!