News at ISIB
09 - 13 December 2019
This week, Secondary participated in 'Innovation Week' where our learners had a chance to create and develop their own products or services, and present them to our community. All students did an outstanding job and showed some fantastic entrepreneurial skills throughout the week! Well done!
04 December 2019
Today Early Years and Primary held their annual holiday production. The students from Early Years danced to 'Snowflake'; Years 1 - 3 produced "The Bossy King"; and Years 4 - 6 performed "Little Red Riding Hood."
A fantastic show was had with great acting, singing and dancing. Well done to all involved in a great show, and thanks to everyone who came to support the students' phenomenal work!
02 December 2019
Today, we decorated our tree to celebrate the beginning of Christmas. Mr Passo spoke about living in such a safe environment. Each student designed a bauble with a wish for the world in 2020. We heard some wishes which were sympathetic, neighbourly and thought-provoking. In addition, the Student Representative Council organised some Æbleskiver for the students. Well done to all involved in such a warm-hearted, reflective event.
25 November 2019
Year 7 and 8 students went to the Energy Museum in Viborg. It was a very successful trip, which marked the end of the Year 8 students studying renewable and non-renewable energy sources, and leads the Year 7 students into their next module - Energy.
The students had some free time to roam the museum and enjoyed seeing the real life application of the content they studied in class. The highlight of the museum trip was when the students got to experiment with the Van de Graaff generator.
The students were all very well behaved and this made it a very successful trip overall.
25 November 2019
IG1 went to Ikast Brande Gymnasium for ’Going International Day’. The students thoroughly enjoyed it and explored the topic ‘Poverty in the World's Slums’. The pupils were able to learn from different perspectives and participated in lessons including: Maths, English, Business, Science, Language and Sports. At the end of the day, there was a big competition between all the schools and the amazing IG1 student took both first and third place.
19 November 2019
As part of their Science lessons about rocks, Year 2 have been learning about how rocks are formed. Today, they focused on how a sedimentary rock is formed. Using chocolate to help them see how the layers are created. Everyone had a delicious time creating their own chocolate sedimentary rock! Who knew rocks could be so exciting!
18 November 2019
We had the pleasure of welcoming a guest speaker from CNES (Centre National D'études Spatiales) in Paris. Olga, an aerospace engineer, presented to both Primary and Secondary students her work on the production of rockets and the launching of satellites into Space.
All students and staff thoroughly enjoyed the presentation and the chance to ask questions.
Thank you very much Olga.
08 November 2019
Year 5 are immersing themselves in their new IPC topic ’Go with the Flow’ They are making boats as part of the entry point.
08 November 2019
On Friday, Football Club left the school at 14:45 and started their journey to Hørsholm. Mr Máté and Mr Marshall took 19 Primary students to participate in an international football tournament. They slept over at North Zealand International School. They made themselves comfortable to prepare for the tournament.
On Saturday, after a brief meeting where the hosting school went through the rules, the tournament started. ISIB represented the school with two U10 teams.
Team A played 6 games (3 wins; 2 losses and 1 draw) and came in 4th place with brilliant team work.
Team B played 4 games (2 wins and 2 lost) and they came in 3rd place.
Well done to all our students! They did a fantastic job and represented the school with pride.
A massive thank you to Mr Máté and Mr Marshall for giving our learners a great opportunity. Also, big thanks is given to the parents who helped out.
04 November 2019
Today, Secondary held their annual Career Day and Study Skills Seminar. Students from across the section participated in a variety of workshops where they discussed their dream jobs, collaborated on some different scenarios, listened to a talk given by a former student, identified better ways to study and motivational techniques.
A great day was had by all. A special thanks to Ms Bøgh and Ms Nadesalingam for organising the Career Day, and Mr McInnis for preparing the Study Skills Seminar. Thanks are also given to all the teachers who facilitated this great day for our learners!
29 October 2019
As a school, we celebrated Diwali. We participated in a range of activities including creating Diya. IG1 presented an informative assembly and Year 4 devised a Diwali drama for the whole school.
Many thanks to all involved in a wonderful celebration.
11 October 2019
Today we celebrated Mr Passo's birthday. We held an assembly with some songs, gifts and we all ate some delicious cake. Happy Birthday Mr Passo!
11 October 2019
ISIB participated in National Exercise Day today where the whole school enjoyed a variety of games. Our Student Representative Council also sold some healthy snacks throughout the day. Well done to everyone who was involved, and a huge thank you to Mr Máté for organising a fantastic day for our community.
08 October 2019
As part of their weekly buddy time, Year 5 have been talking to their Year 2 buddy about setting targets to improve their work. They helped the Year 2’s understand how they can achieve their target next term and gave them some top tips.
08 October 2019
As part of a cross-section project with Primary and Secondary, IG2 students wrote storybooks for Year 1 students. As part of their Second Language syllabus, IG2 wrote for a specific audience by designing personal storybooks for their Year 1 partners. This linked in with Year 1 as they have recently been working on their IPC topic "The Stories People Tell."
All students had a great time and Year 1 students were thoroughly pleased with the books that were written for them. Well done Year 1 and IG2 on a great collaboration.
08 October 2019
Year 2 have been continuing their learning about Buildings in their IPC lessons. This week they have been learning about printing. Learning began by designing and creating their own printing blocks. They used their knowledge of 2D shapes, which they have also been learning about in their maths lessons this week, to create a picture of a house. Once their printing blocks were finished they chose bright, colourful paper to print their design onto, inspired by the famous artist Andy Warhol. Maybe we will have a famous modern artist in our class too!
28 September 2019
ISIB celebrated our annual "International Cultures Day" with a variety of people representing a range of countries from across the world. Delicious food, exciting games, and plenty of music and dancing were some of the activities we participated in, but to name a few.
A huge thank you to everyone who prepared and participated in a phenomenal event!
As part of their IPC topic ’Buildings’ - Year 2 went on a walk around Ikast to look at the different buildings in the town centre. Year 2 were given a scavenger hunt to identify different buildings along the way. Once they arrived in Ikast, they quickly found their favorite building, the church. They learned some interesting facts about the church including how it has been rebuilt, and had extensions added on to make it bigger. They liked it so much that when they came back to school they decided to try and draw it.
12 September 2019
On Thursday, we participated in a Cross Country event with 39 Primary students. This was the first time we engaged in the activity, and it was great fun. There were four other international schools from all around Denmark, the atmosphere was exciting, and the students were on fire. All the participants tried their best during every race.
There were three different categories for boys and girls, such as: U7, U9 and U11; and they all had different distances (500m; 750m and 1K).
We will definitely join next year, and hopefully with even more students.
As part of IPC lessons on 'Building a Village' Year 6 had to create a 'Geodesic dome' challenging their teamwork, measuring and building skills.
IG2 English as a Second Language students began working with Year 1 students on a cross-section project. Currently, Year 1 students are working on a topic in IPC called "The Stories People Tell" - and IG2 are developing their skills with regards to writing for purpose and specific audiences. IG2 will create story books for Year 1 students over the coming weeks and will read through them with their Year 1 buddy on completion.