Nicky K. and his father climbed up the Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Tanzanian Educational Fund that helps local children attend school and get a good education.
Last Friday, the Deutsch Indische Gesellschaft together with the Indian German community presented Diwali Fest, a Festival of Light. The word Diwali literally means "rows of enlightened lamps".
Yesterday, hundreds of parents, visitors, special guests and culture aficionados came together to celebrate a colorful Bunka no Hi Fest with our Japanese community.
Looking for some festive holiday fun? Check out the Christmas markets at Winterwelt Meerbusch (from 11.16 to 1.6), where our ISR school bus will be prominently featured! Our bus will be a part of several activities for kids throughout the duration of the Christmas market so be sure to visit the bus this Christmas season!
Are you curious about what your child's lessons looks like?
Many parents would like insights from their child's everyday school life. Therefore, the so-called "Fresh Grade" -App is offered at ISR for all first and second grade parents.
Last week, it was our older kindergarten kids’ turn to go visit our friend Firefighter Guido at work. What an exciting day!
If you are new in a school and joining an international community, finding yourself in a new learning environment can quickly become a hurdle, especially for younger students. Therefore, ISR, led by Mr. Urban, offers the "Big Brother and Big Sister" CAS project.