Posted on Monday, May 13, 2019
Last week we had our largest Middle Years Job Fair yet at our Sindelfingen Campus, with 25 parents and other experts from our local community. In small groups, the Grade 6 – 10 students listened to presentations and questioned experts from the fields of architecture, international development, art and graphic design, urban planning, the Navy, die Polizei, Design engineering … and several more. The students gained new insights into potential careers for their futures.
Posted on Friday, May 3, 2019
The International School of Stuttgart e.V. (ISS) welcomed back four recent alumni to speak to current students and parents about their university experiences. The alums shared academic advice and personal stories about their experiences to date and explained how ISS prepared them for success in higher education.
ISS’ College & Career Counsellor, Mr. David Tobin explained "We are very fortunate to have the support of our amazing alumni to inspire our current students by sharing stories... Read More
Posted on Monday, April 29, 2019
Early this month, 450 participants from 25 different schools gathered here at the International School of Stuttgart e.V. (ISS) for the twelfth annual Model United Nations at the International School of Stuttgart (MUNISS) conference. Participants came from all over Europe, including Albania, Greece, Spain, Sweden and Turkey, and some schools even travelled all the way from the United States. Model United Nations is an educational simulation and academic activity in which students can learn... Read More
Posted on Monday, April 8, 2019
Last week we celebrated the vernissage of this year’s Grade 12 Visual Art students. The exhibition is a wonderful display of the themes students explored throughout their two year IB Diploma Programme course. This year’s works were impressive, not only the wide range of media students explored, but also the depth and originality in their work. Accompanying the art exhibition was a concert provided by the IB Diploma Programme music students, including solo works from... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, March 26, 2019
The International School of Stuttgart (Degerloch Campus) proudly presents Alice@Wonderland!
Thursday April 4
Friday April 5
Saturday April 6
7:30pm in the Aula, Degerloch Campus
Tickets at 5 Euros
"What would happen if a 21st century Alice collided with Lewis Carroll's legendary Wonder land? This modern retelling of the classic children's story has all of the characters you know and love. A sharply told, crisply paced ride, this quality adaptation has been praised for its humor,... Read More
Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2019
A fantastic opportunity to celebrate Celtic culture on St. Patrick’s Day with a Ceílí at the second International Café of 2019. Demonstrations of both Soft and Hard Shoe Dancing by members of the Stuttgart based Halpin School of Irish Dance were followed by Ceílí Dancing. All the refugee children and young adults joined in the fun and wore themselves out dancing reels!
St. Patrick’s Day was not the only reason for celebration. The International School of Stuttgart welcomed to Germany a... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2019
ISS was pleased to host the annual AGIS Primary Curriculum Coordinator's meeting. The meeting is an opportunity for Primary Curriculum Coordinators from International Schools all over Germany to meet and share challenges, best practices and current developments in relation to educational curriculum design, teaching and learning. Alexander Whitaker, the ISS Lower School Assistant Principal and PYP Coordinator who organised the event said, "We had a thoroughly productive day, with an... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, March 5, 2019
The school’s Database Administrator and Developer came to the Primary School Assembly and presented to the children about his family and ancestors, the Ojibway first nation people of the northern United States and Canada region. He wore a headdress with feathers and shells and carried a bag with symbols that are important to his people, for healing and harmony. He explained to the children that “These are objects that many carry that help keep the connection, because at some point their... Read More
Posted on Monday, February 25, 2019
The Grade 10 students finished the final part of their Personal Project. This is the culminating project for the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) and allows students to demonstrate the knowledge and skills they acquired during the MYP, through exploring an a project of their choosing. We had a broad range of excellent topics including, school uniform design for ISS, exploring personal identity through Manga comics, creating a guide book for Korea, building a gaming computer, inspiring people... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, February 13, 2019
The Hansel & Gretel Readers’ Choice Award is a reading program offered to grades 3 - 6 students attending international schools in Germany. We began in November with 16 books on the reading list and now we only have eight. Over the next few months we will continue to narrow down the list until we have one winner. Students are introduced to the books through book talks and read aloud during their library classes and then can vote for which books they would to continue in the contest.