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o.boutayeb - Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 10:26:05 PM

The Varsity Tennis Team have travelled to Brussels to compete in the ISST D3 Tennis Championships hosted by BSB this week. The team is lead by Yr 12 captains Daliyah Hammoud and Ron van der Horstand and we wish them all the best.

The tournament website link is: where you can follow the event.

You can also see updates on the ISH sports twitter account @ISHSPORTS and @ISHSilverbacks Instagram account.

Go Silverbacks

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o.boutayeb - Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 10:11:46 PM

The U14 Girls and Boys Silverbacks Basketball and Football Teams competed last week at the BSN Summer Games. Schools involved were British School in the Netherlands (BSN, British School Amsterdam (BSA) and International School Moscow (ISM).

It was a very successful tournament for all teams and a nice end to their season. Both Girls teams came 3rd, losing out in close games to Moscow and BSN. Both Boys teams proved too strong and dominated every game coming away with 1st place.

Congratulations to all involved and a big thank you to the teachers and coaches for taking the teams.

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j.davis - Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 3:52:18 PM
Our Year 12 product designers visited the inspiring Amsterdam Fashion Academy. They took part on an up-cycling workshop, where they learned how to reshape and customize an old t-shirt into something new and fresh. They met other students, saw patterns and industrial knitting machines and even modeled their creations on a photoshoot ...
They came back inspired to develop their final Design & Technology Internal Assessment.

By Susana Contreiras
Design Technology Teacher

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j.davis - Posted Friday, May 18, 2018 3:58:43 PM

Our fantastic Year 6 students made this film about children's rights for the Unicef Children Movie Festival. They were in the Top 3 of all the movies! Well done! Have a look and help them promote their movie.

View their movie

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j.davis - Posted Wednesday, May 16, 2018 1:00:39 PM

Year 11 Geography students recently completed a project on 'volunteer tourism', a growing international travel trend which involves combining tourism and short-term volunteering in developing countries.

By Bella Mandry
Geography Teacher

Students looked at the reasons behind the growth and popularity of this new form of tourism and the potential impacts on local communities in terms of sustainable development. The project culminated in a debate where students looked at all sides of the voluntourism issue in the context of an island state whose economy depends on tourism.

The project was the result of a partnership between the Geography department and Stahili Foundation, an NGO which works to promote children's rights and sustainable development in Kenya. Rob Oliver, who leads Stahili's Education and Advocacy work, took part in the lessons alongside the year 11 Geography teachers.

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