A new addition to the ICS Cafeteria is Mr Jürgen Graupe, who is charged with overseeing the kitchen in preparing healthy foods and beverages for students and staff.
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.
When one begins their journey within the ICS community, there is a shared understanding of the path walked to arrive in this beautiful corner of the world. Our students are our ambassadors, their kindness and their care, are hallmarks of the uniqueness of the culture that is ICS, made strong and purposeful by the outstanding teachers at the School.
Ms Lucy Gowdie, 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 Middle School students were given an opportunity to explore offsite nature destinations and participate in field-based learning.
As one of our faculty members exclaimed to the recent Grade 5 graduates, "You have acquired the skills that you will fine-tune as you go through Secondary School and through life".
ICS Grade 10 students wrapped up a successful school year of academic achievement with a traditional awards presentation and an inspirational speech.
Grade 8 - 10 students immersed in our Design Studies programme recently showcased their final projects at a gallery style opening event attended by around 200 family and friends.
In exploring creative projects, students develop collaborative and critical thinking skills, whilst improving memorisation and self-confidence.
Congratulations to our Maths whizzes for their outstanding participation and number of awards earned at the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust (UKMT) Junior Maths Challenge.
In consideration of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing humanitarian crisis, a group of ICS students joined forces to develop ways to lend support.
Spring is in the air and ICS Grade 1 students spent a recent, sunny morning discovering, exploring, and ideating on local public spaces, as part of their Social Studies curriculum.
Each year, the UN International Mother Language Day is observed in February to promote both linguistic and cultural diversity along with multilingualism. And at ICS, we celebrated the occasion in our own way, during an educative experience known as, 'Drop Everything and Read'.