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Friday, February 2nd, we had our Preschool and Primary School Winter Sports Day, and it was a great day full of emotions and fun! Primary students from Grade 2 to Grade 5 spent the whole day at the mountains skiing, snowboarding and sledding.

Step into the enchanting world of Oliver! where dedication meets artistry and passion ignites the stage. Join us as we embark on a journey celebrating the remarkable cast and crew who brought this timeless classic to life. From weeks of tireless rehearsal to unforgettable performances, let's dive into the heart of this unforgettable production and uncover the hidden gems that made it shine.

In January, our community celebrated Vegan January, dedicated to sharing the benefits of a vegan diet and encouraging others to explore plant-based eating. Promoted by the school’s DEIJ Committee, and with the help of Rachel Nelson, the primary goal of Veganuary was to educate and share the benefits of a vegan diet.

International School of Prague students organise a Fashion Showcase of Student Work

The CEESA Knowledge Bowl tournament was held virtually on February 2nd by Kyiv International School.

Recently, Tom Damms, the co-founder of Dignity – an organisation dedicated to supporting Ukrainian refugees in the Czech Republic – visited our Grade 8 class to deliver a presentation aimed at inspiring students for their upcoming Grade 8 Community Project.

Earlier in December, Pechersk School International celebrated the inaugural International Winter Festival, marking a historic day in the school's history as the first event since the reopening of the school campus in August 2023 in Kyiv.

Tirana International School proudly hosted the CEESA Middle School Robotics Competition on November 17 and 18, bringing together 16 teams from seven international schools, including Tirana International School and QSI Sarajevo.

Grade 8 students from Vienna International School recently had the opportunity to actively engage in a United Nations Conference centered on the crucial theme of ending violence against children.

Translanguaging is a teaching and learning approach that encourages bilingual and multilingual learners to use their entire linguistic repertoire to make meaning. It enables the transfer of concepts and knowledge from their home language into the language of instruction, whilst affirming cultural identity.

“Tanzania will forever hold a spot in our heart. Where humidity and heat embraced us. It is a place where music and endless conversation made 8 hours of car rides feel like 1 hour. A place where kingdoms of corals thrive; here we got lost in the unearthly and unimaginable beauty of sea life; dolphins taunted us to swim with them. . . A whole new definition of nature. Where community, culture, and love unite to provide us with paradise.” (Hollansa, G9 student in the TIS Tanzania Adventure Program 2023)

The Honorary Consul of the Argentina Embassy Leandro Daniel Verteramo visited DP1 Spanish Language B class on Monday 13 of November

🧪The laws of probability apply not only to complicated mathematical formulas describing natural phenomena but also to information technology and our everyday lives.

Last week, the Anglo-American School of Sofia in collaboration with SENIA Bulgaria celebrated the beauty of inclusion through its inaugural Inclusion Week.

Happy Birthday to the International School of Krakow !!!

Forty-one students are participating in an exciting new program as part of the HS Environmental Science class

The Grade 12 students have embarked on an educational endeavour, sharing their wisdom and insights with Grade 5 students

For many its on the slowpitch field. Since 2011 a number of CEESA teachers have started the school year with personal and private connections on the slowpitch field.

ILG School is passionate about inclusive education and helping to educate not only children but the community. We are holding Prishtina’s first-ever Inclusive Education Conference on Saturday 14 October 2023.

It was the American naturalist John Muir who once said, "In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks."

Pechersk School International (PSI Kyiv) celebrated the official re-opening of Kyiv campus!

PRESCHOOL AND PRIMARY SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS DAY

Friday, February 2nd, we had our Preschool and Primary School Winter Sports Day, and it was a great day full of emotions and fun! Primary students from Grade 2 to Grade 5 spent the whole day at the mountains skiing, snowboarding and sledding.

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Unveiling the Magic: A Tribute to the Spectacular Journey of Oliver!

Step into the enchanting world of Oliver! where dedication meets artistry and passion ignites the stage. Join us as we embark on a journey celebrating the remarkable cast and crew who brought this timeless classic to life. From weeks of tireless rehearsal to unforgettable performances, let’s dive into the heart of this unforgettable production and uncover the hidden gems that made it shine.

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Grade 8 Students Contribute to a Meaningful Cause

Recently, Tom Damms, the co-founder of Dignity – an organisation dedicated to supporting Ukrainian refugees in the Czech Republic – visited our Grade 8 class to deliver a presentation aimed at inspiring students for their upcoming Grade 8 Community Project.

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CEESA MS Robotics Competition at TIS

Tirana International School proudly hosted the CEESA Middle School Robotics Competition on November 17 and 18, bringing together 16 teams from seven international schools, including Tirana International School and QSI Sarajevo.

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VIS Grade 8 Attend UN Conference

Grade 8 students from Vienna International School recently had the opportunity to actively engage in a United Nations Conference centered on the crucial theme of ending violence against children.

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Multilingual Children: Translanguaging for Parents

Translanguaging is a teaching and learning approach that encourages bilingual and multilingual learners to use their entire linguistic repertoire to make meaning. It enables the transfer of concepts and knowledge from their home language into the language of instruction, whilst affirming cultural identity.

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TIS Adventure Program: Deep Dive into Learning and Service in Tanzania

“Tanzania will forever hold a spot in our heart. Where humidity and heat embraced us. It is a place where music and endless conversation made 8 hours of car rides feel like 1 hour. A place where kingdoms of corals thrive; here we got lost in the unearthly and unimaginable beauty of sea life; dolphins taunted us to swim with them. . . A whole new definition of nature. Where community, culture, and love unite to provide us with paradise.” (Hollansa, G9 student in the TIS Tanzania Adventure Program 2023)

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Inclusive Education Conference at ILG

ILG School is passionate about inclusive education and helping to educate not only children but the community. We are holding Prishtina’s first-ever Inclusive Education Conference on Saturday 14 October 2023.

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CEESA Executive Committee Changes

We are thrilled to announce that as of July 1, 2023 Rachel Caldwell (new Director at AIS Bucharest) has taken the helm as our new Board Chair. Tim Fries (AAS Sofia) and Nel Capadona (IS Latvia) have joined us as new board members.

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