Eco-Schools Survey

Students at ISS are asked to participate in the Eco – Schools survey as we drive forward to learn more about how we can make changes to become a more environmentally friendly school. Students can participate in the 2 surveys by clicking the links below.

Survey Number 1:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdaHxzF8xqGVse_gEKLha-VHv5XB0ZpzuSd2zOEFwvuL4sd3A/viewform

Survey Number 2:

*Please complete both surveys

*Intended for students only

We look forward to sharing the results with you soon!

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Sindelfingen Learning Commons promotes Favourite Book Character Day

The Sindelfingen Learning Commons is promoting Favourite Book Character Day which will take place on Thursday, October 25th, the last day of Spirit Week. To get the students thinking about book characters we have made an interactive bulletin board, Find a Character where students can post their responses to prompts that get them thinking about possible book characters they could choose. During learning commons classes grades 1 – 5 students are engaged in activities to get them thinking about possible book characters they can choose.

Read in the Dark Day

The Lower School students participated in Read in the Dark day. They came suitably attired in their pyjamas (it makes reading more comfortable) and built forts with tables, chairs and blankets. Once these were made the blinds came down and the lights were turned off and Operation: Read in the Dark began!

Hansel and Gretel Readers’ Choice Award

We have recently launched the Hansel and Gretel Readers’ Choice Award with students from grade 3 – 5 in the Lower School. There are 16 nominated books which the students can choose to read from. In January the students who have read at least four titles can start to vote. There will be three voting rounds to determine which book our readers have decided is their favourite. 19 other International schools in Germany will be participating by reading the same books and we will combine the votes. The books are being checked out constantly and the Hansel and Gretel shelf is the first stop in the library for many of our borrowers.