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Posted on Monday, March 5, 2018
Franziska started her four-week internship in the Upper School German department at ISS two weeks ago. She already had the opportunity to take over a class in grade 7. "I had a lot of fun and I really felt supported by the teacher whose class I took over!", Franziska said. She also enjoys the emphasis on respectful and tolerant interaction between teachers and students. "The students showed up to be very open and nice. Already half of my time at ISS is over but I'm looking forward to the last... Read More
Posted on Friday, March 2, 2018
On February 22 and 23 our Team, comprised of 6th, 7th and 9th grade students in 3 different groups, competed in the Schüler Experimentieren / Jugend Forscht Competition in Sindelfingen. This competition is a great opportunity for students to delve deeply into a topic; to meet other students like them, who are also fascinated by Science; as well as improve their German language skills. All groups worked very diligently and their efforts paid off. They received certificates for honorable... Read More
Posted on Thursday, March 1, 2018
Our Grade 10 in Sindelfingen showed tremendous amount of personality and diverse creativity during the Personal Project writing session last Wednesday! When these characteristics are coupled with a strong work ethic and overall drive to succeed amazing things happen. Their display of their fourteen Personal Projects at our internal celebration was glorious evidence of this. The projects included, amongst other things, a programmed App for school communication which was developed by student... Read More
Posted on Thursday, March 1, 2018
On Saturday 3 March from 10:00 am to 1.30 pm the 2018 ISS Open House Day will take place. The event offers an opportunity for interested families to visit the school and to learn more about the education we offer. Amongst the planned programme items are music performances and science demonstrations. The PYP, MYP and DP coordinators will offer information sessions.
Posted on Monday, February 19, 2018
A year ago the “Parents as Partners” initiative took its first tentative steps with the organization of a job fair where parents shared their professional experience with our Middle Years students. The Friday before the Fasching break saw that initiative take another leap forward as our 8th, 9th and 10th grade students visited a wide variety of companies to take a peek behind the boardroom/consulting room/design studio etc. doors to find out more about career possibilities for their futures. ... Read More
Posted on Friday, February 9, 2018
Back in the 1990's there was a slogan for a telephone company campaign in Great Britain called "It's good to talk".  Yesterday and today at the ISS Degerloch Campus has reminded us of this slogan, and how relevant it is to what we do in education. The time to sit down and talk about learning, to reflect on where children are and where they are going, to consider what we can all do to support them and to help clarify any mis-conceptions and misunderstandings about our school and our Program is... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Keeping our school safe is an important aspect to us. As a school we address safety on a regular basis and have built a culture of ongoing risk management. We provide our students with a secure learning environment.  Our School Directors' latest blog entry focuses on student safety. Please click here to read about the topic in greater detail. 
Posted on Monday, February 5, 2018
Sindelfingen Campus Grade 8 students again took part in the Schlau Schau in BreuningerLand on January 27th. This 10th Anniversary event attracted around 30,000 people including a number of local dignitaries and our students knowledgeably demonstrated the results of their research into the properties of air and how it affects  the world we live in. Great job Grade 8 and thank you to Mrs. Jones-Buerk and Mr. Kraft for all their support!
Posted on Friday, February 2, 2018
“Read in the Dark” – sounds at first like an impossibility, doesn’t it?  But I wonder how many of us needed a torch as children, not because we were afraid of the dark, but in order to be able to continue to read when we were supposed to be sleeping? ISS Lower School students experienced that thrill recently. They came suitably attired in their pyjamas (it makes reading more comfortable) and built forts with tables, chairs and blankets. Once these were made the blinds came down and the lights... Read More
Posted on Thursday, February 1, 2018
In the 18 months of International Cafés our visitors have experienced many different things in addition to soccer and basketball activities and the communication with ISS students, parents and staff volunteers over tea and cake.  They have experienced clowns, magicians, water games and the fun of the circus, but nothing had prepared them for the treat last Sunday – ARCADE GAMES of all different types and sizes!  As already reported, grade 6 students had designed and built arcade games from... Read More

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