Kindergarden went to visit their good friend firefighter Guido at work. They got to sit in the fire engine and have a closer look at all the equipment a fire fighter needs to extinguish a fire. Which was all very exiting for our young students! A big thank you to the fire station in Neuss for hosting us!
Yesterday our Kindergarden children who will move on to 1st Grade in August had their graduation. Just like the older students the Kindergarteners proudly got their Kindergarten Dipolma putting an end to their Kindergarten era! Congratulations everyone! And good luck in school!
On Friday, June 15th, International School on the Rhine awarded the Class of 2018 its High School Diploma’s at the Plenary Hall of Düsseldorf City Hall. The students have successfully completed their exams and now proudly possess their Sabis® High School Diploma’s. A total of 10 nationalities were represented by the students in the plenary hall that evening.
You made it! Today 37 students wave goodbye to our school and set out for new exiting adventures! 13 of the 37 students have even been with us since Kindergarten. We are very proud of all of you and wish you all the best for your future! More pictures from tonight’s celebration to come...
In the course of our cooperation with PSV Neuss, two goalkeepers of ISR and PSV had the opportunity to train with former Bundesliga goalkeeper of 1. FC Köln and Eintracht Frankfurt, Markus Pröll. They had two hours to prove their skills and could take home valuable tricks and tips for their goalkeeping. Manuel Neuer – watch out!!
What’s the best part about being a mother? – This question was recently asked to one of the mothers at our school for a blog post on “little years”. “The best thing about being a mom is all the love that comes with becoming a mum. My life feels so important now.”, was her answer. We love the interview and we would like to share it with you.
Grade 10 and 11 Economics students visited the European Central Bank in Frankfurt to learn how the monetary policy is created and sustained. It was a great hands-on opportunity to bring alive knowledge learnt in the classroom and transport it to the place where policy is actually made.