What a great turn out we had this morning for our Environment Week’s Self-powered to school today. We reached a total of 156.6km of self-powering whether it was foot, bike or scooter. The students, parents and staff members arriving at school were rewarded with locally grown, freshly cut apples.
text: AB photos: Grace, AS
The MPR was filled with students attending and helping at the MCP Fair earlier in March. PYP students experienced millet grinding, cooking, head scarf tying, dance, puzzles, water carrying and more. The aim of the fair was for students to learn about life in Mayana, Namibia, the small village supported by the organisation Make Change Possible (MCP). It was also a fundraiser, and we are happy to report that 470 Euros were raised.
MYP students played an important role, volunteering at different stations and the cake sale table. DP students Inigo, Janne, Kyra and Pritha were all actively involved in the Working Group, helping to plan the event and ensure it was a success.
Many thanks to all those who took part and supported. After the break, there will be more information about the up-and-coming Flea Market to be held on May 25th – keep it in mind if you’re having a clean out this Spring break!
text & photos HP
Wir haben im Deutschunterricht Ostereier bemalt. Wir hatten Eier ausgeblasen und mitgebracht. In der Klasse warteten verschiedene Stationen auf uns: Wir konnten Eier färben, mit Wasserfarben bemalen und Osterhasen basteln. Es hat uns viel Spaß gemacht.
text: Grade 1
Immer schneller und weiter – Students in Grade 6, 7 and 8 attended a Sport and Technique Workshop and Exhibition at the Technoseum in Mannheim.
During the workshop students took part in practical sports activities learning different ways of measuring sporting performance. They then had to use their Math skills to calculate average scores and draw graphs.
In the exhibition, the students saw several exhibits and learned a little bit about the history of sports measurement and took part in some interactive activities measuring their sporting performance.
Well Done everybody!
We had some news from Christian, a former H.I.S. student. His family left the school at the end of last year to move back to the US.
During their time at H.I.S., the family travelled to Mayana, as part of an MCP (Make Change Possible) Friends Trip. Christian will be going back to Mayana this summer. He wrote to share the following with us:
“Hello from Christian – I was a student at H.I.S and moved back to the USA last summer. Notice the frozen Lake Michigan behind me! This upcoming summer I am going on the Make Change Possible trip to Mayana, Namibia. While I am there I will be helping the local MCP team with using computers, I am also going to help the local school with their computers.”