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.
We offer numerous programmes to help families transition to their new community. And a vibrant Parents' Association welcomes everyone into its strong social network.
Life at ICS extends far beyond the classroom and involves a strong community spirit. Older and younger students work closely together in many situations, creating a positive and friendly learning environment. A wealth of extra-curricular clubs and activities give students more ways to engage with their peers. The prestigious Round Square organisation teaches the ideals of global citizenship. And “ICS Houses” inject spirit and friendly competition into the day.
Firmly embedded in the ICS Culture of Care, each and every one of our Ambassadors realises how important it is that new students receive a warm welcome as they take their first steps around the ICS campus. Our student Ambassadors offer new classmates support, advice and direction and they are instrumental in making new students feel like they belong to ICS.
Mrs Campbell, Head of School
Our parent community is heavily involved in everyday life of ICS through our parent volunteer programme. Plus, parents benefit from a strong Parents’ Association which provides support and a social network for our international families.
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.
Providing continuity for our Primary and Secondary students’ learning, today ICS proactively transitioned to the Learning@Home platform.
Students and staff resumed a flurry of work after the break.
13 motivated and knowledgeable Battle of the Books (BoB) teams participated in the “Preliminary Elimination Round” in the Secondary library last week.
ICS students who won't be skiing during the holiday week from 17 – 21 February can still register for InterSoccer Football Camps.