I am now approaching the end of my first year here at ISK and I have to say time has flown by. Why? Because ISK is a school committed to learning and that makes life so exciting on a daily basis, so any one week is going to be different from the next, and the children are constantly involved in so many different experiences.
Earlier this year a humanitarian called Jordan Hatter visited our school to explain his work with Syrian refugees. This developed sense of international mindedness inspired our student council to take action. One such action was to raise awareness and understanding through the video below.
Learning at ISK
ISK is a learning focused school. This means that we continually reflect on how we can improve learning in the school and all school developments are considered with regard to the way in which they will support continual improvements in learning.
Our core curricula are the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) and the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC). From August we will be developing our curriculum further through the IGCSE. More >>
End of another Year
Well done students, parents and staff for yet another tremendous year of learning.
ISK is an inspiring and spacious environment with a capacity for 540 students. Every classroom has an interactive white board and we also have a gymnasium, cafeteria, science lab, computer lab, music rooms, art rooms, basketball, volleyball, soccer facilities, a general makerspace and a textiles makerspace as well as a woodland outdoor classroom for early learners. Our facilities are in regular development in light of learning needs.