Throughout the school year, the outdoor learning environments available to our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten children help develop their research and thinking skills.
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On Thursday 03 September the Secondary Virtual Curriculum Information Evenings took place for Grades 7 – 10 students and their parents.
On Thursday 27 August ICS hosted two virtual curriculum information evenings from 19:00 – 21:00 for Grade 6 and Grade 11 parents.
The first Primary Assembly of 2020-21 took place virtually on Monday 24 August, welcoming new and returning students and some new Primary teachers.
The ICS Primary Leadership Team and our Primary teaching staff welcomed parents to two individually scheduled Virtual Back to School Information Evenings.
We are back and ready to learn! ICS teachers greeted new and returning students on campus this week as the 2020-21 school year began!
Take a peek inside our new Nursery, a welcoming place for the youngest members of the ICS family.
The new ICS Nursery Programme, starting in August 2020, will welcome children from 18 months to 3 years.
This summer, ICS Middle Years Programme students will be completing a series of creative and thought-provoking tasks connected to their MYP Summer Reading Programme 2020.
Sanya, Bogus, Pandora, Mum, Dad and some other special characters invite ICS families to view Dust and Dreams, this Year’s Primary Musical.
The good news about the further easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Switzerland has brought all our students back to full time learning on campus!
Opening the doors for our youngest children to a world of learning and discovery, the ICS Preschool and Kindergarten Centre is a welcoming place.
Despite the unusual circumstances of these past months, 88 current students signed up to become Secondary Student Ambassadors for new students in August.
Posters displaying the artwork of students and teachers give parents a glimpse of the activity within the school.
Maintaining appropriate social distancing and health and safety regulations, ICS students and teachers were clearly delighted to return to their “redesigned” classrooms on 12 May.
ICS teachers, students and parents continue their commitment to learning as Phase 2 of our online educational Learning@Home programme moves forward.
ICS libraries continue to provide learning resources and research support for Primary and Secondary students as Learning@Home continues after spring break.
Next week, during the second week of the spring break, ICS students are invited to participate in a wide range of additional complimentary extra activities.
Maintaining a daily routine, completing relevant learning tasks, and looking after one's own well-being are all part of our Secondary students' Learning@Home experience.
Learning@Home has been successfully launched for all ICS students. Let’s take a look at how are things going in Primary.