Last week the children in Kindergarten celebrated St. Martin by marching around the school while singing traditional German songs and carrying their self-made lanterns. Later that day a group of 180 students and parents enjoyed a wonderful St. Martin’s parade at our school.
Thanks to our cooperation with the Deutsche Bank, five of our 10th and 11th graders got a glimpse into the world of finance with the Deutsche Bank team on the Kö, led by Mr. Marcel Brünnen, Regional Manager for Deutsche Bank yesterday. The group got a chance to learn how Personal Banking, Private Banking and Business Banking departments in the bank operate and work together.
On 25th of October we were honoured by the visit of Mr Hiroyuki Mori, managing director of the Japanische Industrie- und Handelskammer zu Düsseldorf e. V. and the Japanischer Club Düsseldorf e. V. After showing him the school campus and explaining our school values and educational structure, we shared an interesting meeting on the evolution of the Japanese community within ISR and in Düsseldorf in general.
White spider webs, bright orange pumpkins and spooky décor all around – last weekend our partner, the American Women’s Club Düsseldorf (AWCD) celebrated its annual Halloween party at ISR. Around 150 guests, especially the younger visitors, had loads of fun decorating their own pumpkins, getting a scary face painted or dancing at the children’s disco with vampires, bats and glittering princesses.
As we slowly approach our 15th anniversary next year, we’re happy to share this article from the Neuß-Grevenbroicher Zeitung (NGZ) / Rheinische Post regarding our steady path to success.
With over 750 students and continued high scores at the International Baccalaureate exams, we will continue to remain committed to quality over quantity. This will remain our focus in the upcoming years.A big thank you goes out to our wonderful team of educators as well as our parent community, who contribute every day towards helping us achieve our goals!
“Fake News” is one of the most important topics being currently discussed on account of its high influence in world events. Especially in the digital age, it has often become difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Fake news can have a significant impact on how news is spread and is therefore a serious problem; something that should be addressed and remedied at the earliest.
Kanav G. (Grade 2) participated in the Clemens Sels Museum Neuss workshop “ZOOtopia – mythical creatures.” His sculpture was recognized as one of the best for his age group. It will be on display at the museum until November 8. Kanav was awarded a free membership in the museum club which includes free entrance to the Clemens Sels Museum for him and his family for a year.