Strawberries do not only smell and taste wonderful they are also a real superfood: they are full of Vitamin C, nutrients and antioxidants and help to boost your immune system !
Last week the Early Years students, parents, and teachers had a lot of fun celebrating Easter! We were fortunate with
Early Years hosted its yearly assembly to the theme, “How we Express Ourselves.” While the children learned about many different
As part of their learning, they have looked at trees and their importance. They made excellent connections and identified the crucial role that trees play in our lives; from helping keep the air we breathe clean all the way to providing the paper we use everyday at school.
In our fractions unit the students worked to understand how to compare some simple proper fractions. To practice this, we
The grade 4 students are learning about the impact extreme weather has on people. As a finding out activity the
Grade 3 started their 5th Unit of Inquiry with a bang! We are investigating extreme weather events. Over the course of this unit, we will look at interactions between extreme weather events, climate change and developments for the future.
Grade 5 is four weeks into their PYP Exhibition journey! They are working hard to research their self-made Lines of Inquiry and have been reaching out to experts around the world to interview and collect information from.
Last Monday grade 2 students finished their swimming unit. Everybody did a great job and developed their backstroke and crawl.
The grade 1 students finished their swimming unit last week. They focused on learning and improving their backstroke as well