In the spotlight
Floris W., alumnus 2018: “I want to be able to play a part against global warming with my career”Floris, Class of 2018, moved back to the Netherlands last summer after graduating. Passionate about business economics and environmental issues, he shares what field he decided to go into. Read full story
Read more CIS's dancing queen Congratulations to grade 8 student Lavanya J and her team for winning first place in this year’s World of Kidz dance competition. We catch up with Lavanya to find out more. Read more DP visual arts exhibition - a beautiful connection What is it like to be a third culture kid? CIS graduate, Anushka S, expressed her heartfelt thoughts on this subject through a series of artwork for last year’s DP (Diploma Programme) visual arts exhibition and it was stunning, to say the least. We caught up with the talented young lady to find out more about the driving force behind her artwork. Read more Grade 10s learn how to be future-ready in career talk What will tomorrow look like for today’s student? Since they will work in jobs that don’t yet exist, tackle challenges that we don’t yet understand and experience opportunities we can’t yet imagine - it’s important for CIS to equip its students with the knowledge and skills needed to adapt and navigate the world as it changes. Saima Ahmed, CIS parent, explains how a career exploration talk for grade 10s has helped to do so. Read more Grade 3-1 head to the moon! As part of their inquiry for the PYP (Primary Years Programme) unit Sharing the Planet, TK grade 3 teacher Laura Coulter took her class on a mission to the moon with a First LEGO League Jr challenge. Read on to find out how this dynamic teaching approach resulted in one of the richest inquiries of the year.
Lakeside bilingual assemblyCIS's 'vertical' bilingual assembly at both Lakeside was not only a wonderful opportunity for all primary bilingual students to showcase what they had learned throughout the year, it also celebrated our grade 6 bilingual students who will move on to secondary next year.
"All the world's a stage" - a TK Shakespeare productionCongratulations to the teachers and students from grades 4 to 6 for concluding yet another successful run of TK's annual Shakespeare production.