Colorful home-made lanterns, happy children's faces and St. Martin's songs and, of course, St. Martin on his horse. After our kindergarteners happily and enthusiastically celebrated St. Martin in the morning, the older children and their parents came together in the evening to celebrate St. Martin.
This week our grade 5 students began presenting their map making projects in Mrs. McLeod and Mr. Urban’s social studies class. The maps will be on display in the first floor hallway during the exam period. Each map has quiz questions to answer and includes various map traits covered in class. Please stop by and check them out!
Today Dr. Geerlings, a representative from the CDU and member of the parliament (CDU parliamentary group North Rhine-Westphalia), visited ISR to discuss the workings of parliament and the interesting tasks and responsibilities of a politician.
Fourteen ISR students from tenth and eleventh grades spent three days visiting British universities recently. Dr. Dickers and Mr. Capé guided the students in an extensive visit to five University of London institutions—University College, King’s College, Queen Mary, Imperial College, and London School of Economics—as well as a day at the University of Oxford.
Today our wonderful Indian community celebrated the festival Diwali at ISR and brought delicious Indian sweets for a lovely get together. We are very thankful for their efforts and glad to be part of their Diwali celebration.
Tonight was our 3rd lantern workshop to prepare for our upcoming St. Martin Parade this Thursday. It has been a pleasure to see so many families working together to create their own beautiful lanterns.
Our Kindergarten had an exciting visitor today! For one they learned that not all firefighters are called Sam, but some are also called Guido.