Congratulations to our talented students who did an outstanding job at the MUN Conference in Prague, Czech Republic this past weekend. We are extremely proud of them and their hard work!
The GOMUN conference 2019 in Prague included over 250 delegates from high schools and universities from Czech Republic, Germany, France, Israel, Malta, and Spain among others. The opening ceremony, involved guest keynote speakers and “icebreaker” social events. The keynote speech was focused on climate change and environmental sustainability.
And we’d like to give a special mention to the following students who received special awards at the conference : Emilie Richards (Best Delegate), Julien Cormary (Distinguished Delegate) and Kseniia Sharnina (Best Newcomer). Bravo à vous tous!! #fiersdevous
Today, our primary students discovered their brand new building. New playground, new classrooms, new nap room and a new cafeteria as well.
Ghouls and goblins at school today for Halloween!
Special thanks to the IB students who organised the event for their younger classmates!
It is our pleasure to share with you the latest edition of IBS News, our school newspaper where we strive to share with parents a glimpse of the many activities that take place every day in our school. Our school is a vibrant, dynamic school with engaged teachers and motivated students and it shows in the wide variety of trips, projects and articles you will find in this newspaper.
We wish you all the happiest of holidays and best wishes for the New Year !
IBS’ 4th Annual Careers Day was held on Wednesday, March 21st from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Students from the classes of 3ème to 1ère accompanied by their teachers had the opportunity to listen to volunteer parents talk about their professions, discover new universities, and overall learn about different types of careers.
The atrium was set up to welcome parents who came to talk about their careers, and students benefitted from their knowledge and advice concerning different potential careers such as acting, law, communication, medicine or STEM. Moreover, the IT room was constantly projecting videos by parents who could not attend, to provide information about their careers: aviation, diplomacy, or marketing to name just a few.
The conference room, arranged to host universities, received schools such as l’EDHEC in Nice, the American University of Paris, Sciences Po and more. Several universities held talks in the amphitheater throughout the afternoon, to present their programs, campus, and requirements to prospective students.
Mr Tricker and Mr Di Mauro also held talks to inform students about British, Dutch, and American universities. The IBS student body thus gathered much information about their potential academic or career paths, information helpful to make important choices in the years to come: what university to attend? what programme to study? Overall, it was an afternoon of discovery for our students.
Many thanks go to the parents who organised the successful event as well as the CAS volunteers who helped usher the students around!