Open House Updates
Our Open House on January 26th and 27th is now completely full! All emails to individuals have been sent out, if you have not received an email please contact us ASAP.
Individuals who have not registered and do not have a ticket will unfortunately not be able to enter the school. You are welcome to register for the reserve list should there be any openings, we cannot guarantee that there will be an opening. Please use the following link to register for the Open House reserve list: Open House Registration
In the meantime check out our Digital Open House tab for more information or take a VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE SCHOOL!
So it's finally 2022 and with the New Year and Spring Term bring new possibilities. Our goal is to begin the term in good health and good spirits. As we return to school, we remind students and staff of our social responsibilities when it comes to COVID. To keep our school environment safe, only symptom free individuals in school.
We are also excited to finally be able to welcome new faces and curious students into the school for our Open House events. Over the past couple of years we have had to modify our Open House and transition to a digital world, but with a well prepared plan and
The IEGS basketball team played their first match of the 2021-2022 season against Stockholm International School known as SIS. The match was conducted on the 25th of November on Thursday around 16.00 pm. Since IEGS did not have a referee, SIS brought their own referee which allowed this game to be more controlled. The game consisted of 4 quarters of 10 minutes. IEGS had a team that consisted of 14 players while SIS had a team of 15 players. IEGS controlled the game at the start but SIS never stopped their fight to get the win. Through the first three quarters, IEGS was leading the game by an
For a few years now autumn break has been called reading break. A break spent hiding from the autumn weather catching up on the reading you did not have time to do during school weeks.
But what to read? Obviously what first comes to mind are the horror stories that will match your Halloween outfit. In the school library you can find a selection of classic horror books like Dracula, Selected tales by Poe and Pet Sematary as well as easyread horror stories with a twist like the Goosebumps collection. If you want to explore more Goodreads has a Halloween Book List with many different genres.
Last week we had our IHC Floorball and it was a great event! It’s always nice to see students come together and show good sportsmanship, enjoy a good sport and cheer each other on. Our first IHC was an all school event, so this was the first real house team vs house team and although we had to keep the crowd small they were still great. Congrats again to Russell ell House for their big win and for Pavlov coming in a close second!
During week 37 all IES principals took part in the annual principals conference, including our principal Dr. Heimeier. The theme for the conference was well being and it was a two day conference where one was to share best practices in different areas. This theme is now brought back to the individual schools where staff focus around it in different ways.
Also during this time schools were honoured for accomplishments over the year and this year we are proud to have brought home three awards! They were in different categories and we now proudly display them in our staff room. They were