Watch this early March issue of the ISL News and learn about the planned grade 10 Outdoor Education trip to Spain, the Middle School Drama Festival and the annual charity concert planned for March 6.
As part of a collaborative effort in Mr. Wetherell's ICT and Ms. Cain's Social Studies classes, the 7C and 7M classes created films about Ancient Rome. The topics of these innovative and original four-minute video clips are vast ranging from Roman architecture and food, to medical practices, legion formations and female gladiators.
Congratulations to all the ISL students who participated in this past weekends ISMTF Maths Competition. The weekend was a huge success thanks to the great group of students from throught Europe, North Africa and the Middle East who came to Luxembourg to compete.
Armelle Duvieusart (Class of 2013) is currently studying a joint degree in International Relations at the University of Aberdeen. She writes, "As a continuation of my involvement in charity work that started at ISL, I am volunteering for the developmental organization Childreach International. Their main objectives revolve around empowering children to enable them to reach their full potential, focusing on children's rights, health and education in 6 countries (India, Bangladesh, Morocco, Tanzania, Nepal and the UK)."
The tiny mouse took hold of the cat's tail. Then the old man pulled at the turnip, the old woman pulled the old man, the little boy pulled the old woman, the little girl pulled the little boy, the big brown dog pulled the little girl, the sleepy cat pulled the big brown dog, and the tiny mouse pulled the sleepy cat. They pulled and pulled and pulled. They tugged and they tugged and they tugged. They heaved and they heaved and they heaved. Then they pulled again. Then suddenly, WHOOSH! The emormous turnip popped out of the ground and they all tumbled down together laughing.