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ISH Marketing - Posted Thursday, Jun 18, 2015 3:19:00 PM

From June 11 to June 14 sixteen of our Spanish B and IB Spanish A & B Yr 12s went on a language field trip to Spain with our Spanish teachers Mrs. Cruz and Mrs. Lira. 

The Spanish Language field trip aims to provide inquiry field experience allowing our students to interact not only by applying their language competences, but also by experiencing first-hand the social and cultural aspects of the Spanish language. 

These valuable qualitative and affective learning experiences encourage deeper thinking and reflection for our students by being exposed to a wide array of planned interactions during the trip, including gastronomy, art, history, architecture, and of course, plenty of applied Spanish competences. 

Among the highlights of the trip are the visit to the medieval city of Toledo, a city of the three cultures: Jewish, Muslim and Christian, representing a clear reflection of the influential heritage and richness of the Spanish Language. The students were particularly impressed also in Toledo by the works of El Greco, an inspiration to Picasso's cubist explorations centuries later. 

Visiting the magnificent collections of Museo del Prado and Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, the works of the great Spanish painters, including Picasso's "Guernica" enhanced the appreciation of our students for the creative force, innovative nature, and diversity of the Spanish culture. 

In addition to a carefully planned set of gastronomic experiences throughout the visit to Toledo and Madrid, the students particularly enjoyed a live Flamenco performance, "also a UNESCO-designated Oral Heritage of Humanity". 

The weather, the itinerary, the comraderie, the breathtaking architecture and green spaces of Madrid, not to mention the shopping opportunities, have made a very positive impression on our Spanish students, hopefully an experience that they will treasure for a lifetime!

Here are some impressions of the trip:


 

 

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TEDxYouth@ISH - Posted Friday, Jun 12, 2015 3:21:00 PM

Last Tuesday 9 June ISH hosted the 3rd annual TEDxYouth@ISH event. The theme was "Beyond Boundaries" and I think we can all agree that it was a resounding success! We're very proud of everyone who shared their stories, passion, creativity, skills and ideas with our community. The speakers and workshop leaders from outside the school were amazing and it is fantastic that they brought their experiences into our school. But what's also very exciting is the awe inspiring stories from students from our very own ISH, and we will look on with pleasure how they develop in the years to come.

A big thank you to everyone involved. Without the tireless commitment from countless individuals this event would not have been able to take place.

For an impression of the day, please visit the TEDxYouth@ISH website by clicking here or visit the Facebook page by clicking here. In the near furture the speeches will be shown on Youtube, but they have not been uploaded yet. And it may be possible to view other footage but options for that are still being explored. Watch this space!

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ISH Marketing - Posted Thursday, Jun 11, 2015 3:24:00 PM

Oliver posterCome and see the biggest musical theatre production ISH has ever put together! For three days only, you will be able to witness the collaboration of artistic talents of secondary students, primary students, secondary staff and primary staff. Never before has such a large production been attempted, with the most elaborate set ever constructed in school so we have high hopes that it will be the best performance yet. So get your tickets quickly! It's going to be the spectacle of the season!

Performances are on Tuesday 30 June at 7.00 pm

Wednesday 1 July at 2.30 pm

and Thursday 2 July at 7.00 pm

To book tickets please go to www.schoolbookings.net and use the following event code: WC7YN. Tickets are only 5 Euros each.

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j.davis - Posted Thursday, Jun 4, 2015 2:35:43 PM

You are invited to our second annual Expect the Unexpected Concert, a combined event with the Music & Visual Art department, centred on the work of the Avant-garde movement from the mid-20th Century, which will be held at 5pm on Wednesday 10 June.

The concert will include student compositions in music and dance arising from TedxYouth@ISH 2015 and from the Year 11 Avant-garde Music Unit.  

Mr Cherrin will conduct  Terry Riley’s 1963 ground breaking piece InC, bringing  together all participants in a grand finale.

The concert will take place on the plaza, it will last about one hour, admission is free and all are welcome. 

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j.davis - Posted Tuesday, Jun 2, 2015 1:07:34 PM

Join us on a voyage of discovery through Creative Loosduinen: including ISH students art group exhibition

More than thirty local artists - from inspired amateurs to driven professionals - open their home-based studios to the curious public from 11:00 to 16:00 on Sunday, June 7.

 

They show a colourful mix of art: from abstract to figurative; from photography, ceramics, paintings and linocuts to sculptures, mixed media works, embroidery and textile art.

There are also local art exhibitions at Fotoclub Retouche, Namasté Yoga, Offers Wonen & Mode, Parnassia, and at the international community centre, The Hungry Mind (Sportpark Ockenburg), there is a groups exhibition too. This year for the first time with a goldsmith in action.

 

Students from The International School of The Hague will be showing their artistic talents at the international community centre, The Hungry Mind. Together with their teachers, they’ll set up an art work exhibition in the portacabin next to the clubhouse.



Entry is free.

See you on the art route!

For more information and programme http://www.loosduinsekunstroute.nl

                   

Please note that drinks will be served from 17:00 to 19:00 at HPC for enthusiastic visitors, all participating artists, project partners and subsidy providers of the Loosduinen Art Route. In this way, the art route will be building bridges between the local and international communities in the Loosduinen district.

In the programme guide you will find information about all the participants, the exhibition locations and a map of the route in the centrefold. The artists have not been selected on any particular basis.

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