In the spotlight
Ms Strachan demystifies outdoor learningCIS’s most important asset is its distinguished educators. From kindergarten to secondary, all teachers and administrators work tirelessly to meet our students’ learning needs and to excel in their teaching. Read full story
Read more Grizzlies Basketball Club marks another milestone The Grizzlies Basketball Club, which has a base at both Lakeside and TK, has been doing CIS proud in the basketball scene. Here’s how they performed in the recent Community Basketball League. Read more Engineering the world for the better Meghana Narayanan is more than just her perfect score in the IB Diploma Programme, she is also on her way to ‘engineer the world’ for the better. Read on to find out how she is going to do that. Read more GIMSports Friendship Meet After a wonderful season of triumphs and personal bests, our level 2 gymnasts outdid themselves again with a win in the GIMSports Friendship Meet! Gym With Me tells us all about it. Read more A Visit from ‘The Chosen Wan’ A group of students from a writing group helmed by Katherine Hallam recently met up with Muhammad Ridhwan, a professional boxer, for a boxing lesson and to find out more about the often misunderstood sport. Here’s their take on this interesting session.
Nightmare on Street 41In November, the secondary student council social committee hosted a Halloween event, Nightmare on Street 41 2.0. It was creepy and spooky as the fog and haunted house set the mood. Featuring music, food and party games, it was a great night and certainly a new experience for some.
Beatfreaked: an inspiring CIS performance traditionIn October, secondary students performed for a full house at Beatfreaked, the annual secondary school talent show. This incredible evening of talent included everything from piano solos to dancing, singing, and even magic tricks.