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Thursday, 10 December 2020

ISL hosts M.A.D.D. week

 It has been such an interesting week watching students perform! M.A.D.D. stands for Music, Art, Dance, and Drama and we have been enjoying every minute of it.

Monday, 7 December 2020

Nangwenya tree planting initiative

Now that the road works have been completed on Nangwenya Road, we will be planting indigenous trees along our perimeter wall and on campus to replace the older trees that have been or need to be removed. A meeting has been arranged with the Department of Forestry to shortlist trees appropriate for the different areas. 

Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Parenting in the Digital Age

Mrs. Reddy (ICT Teacher), Mrs. Vaitheeswaran (Computer Science Teacher) and Ms. Sekai (School Counselor) held a session for parents focusing on digital citizenship, cyber security and digital well-being. 

Calling all Association Members! It's the PTA's Annual General Meeting!!

Friday, 27 November 2020

A Big THANK YOU from Primary Student Council

 We are so grateful for the quick and overwhelming response to support the Zambian Cancer Society through HOPE bags🙏. A big shout out to all our parents!!👏👏

Saturday, 21 November 2020

Diploma Programme students learn to sew masks

A group of DP1 students have taken the initiative to learn to sew cloth face masks so that they can distribute them to the local community schools. Students have been very responsible and have teamed up to organize their afternoons to learn sewing.

Secondary Student Council elections coming up

As things continue to improve and normalise at school we  are very pleased to announce that we will soon initiate the  2020-2012 Secondary Student Council elections. 

Thursday, 19 November 2020

Appeal from Primary Student Council

 Our first attempt to support the local community!

As part of the ISL Primary  Student Council (STUCO) efforts to support the local community, we are collecting items for HOPE BAGS on behalf of the Zambian Cancer Society. 

Response to Early Years Promotion

Good response to our Early Year promotion!

Monday, 16 November 2020

Virtual Zambia-UN Day Link

This year has been unique in so many respects and if there is one positive thing that has come out of it, it’s the fact that we have learnt to rethink our ways of doing things and are discovering new, and maybe more efficient, ways of managing events. 

Tuesday, 3 November 2020

“Basketball Skills” competition

Under 14 and U19 girls and boys basketball players are invited to try out for an invitational “Basketball Skills” tournament at the American International School of Lusaka on Saturday 7th November 2020.

Thursday, 29 October 2020

Learning Disabilities Awareness Month- October 2020

From the Student Support Services Desk

“Working together, helping our students realise their true potential.”

In some parts of the world, October is the Learning Disabilities Awareness month for 2020. The Student Support Services department took this week to build more awareness towards Learning Disabilities in a small way which we hope will have a positive impact on our school community.

Friday, 23 October 2020

Board Committee Meetings

Dear ISL Community Parents,

As an association member, you are an owner of the school and invited/encouraged to join Board Committees.

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Secondary Mid-Semester 1 Reports

In order to maximize the amount of  face to face SBL (school-based learning) time that students would have with their teachers before the Mid-Semester 1 Report, we decided to extend the Semester 1 assessment schedule until the end of this week.

This means that all students will have their Mid-Semester 1 Reports issued via ManageBac on Monday 26th October, some time after 16.00.

Mid-Semester 1 Student - Parent - Teacher  Conferences (SPTCs) will take place on Thursday 29th October from 14.00 - 16.00. 

In order to adhere to the health and safety requirements, teachers will remain in their subject classroom where parents and students will meet them on a drop-in basis, with no advance appointment.

Moreover, in order to maintain fewer number of parents and students coming to school, the meetings will be only for those students who have received a YES for the criteria: "Teacher Recommends a Meeting". This means that parents need only meet those subjects teacher(s) who have indicated that they wish to meet the parents and students. For all other subjects, a meeting is not necessary. Parents of children who have not received a YES, are requested not to come in to meet the teacher(s). 

If a parent has an urgent/important reason why they would like to meet any teacher, please email Ms Linda <sec.pa@islzamboia.org>  who will arrange for a teacher meeting at a convenient time.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Linda or myself.

Best regards,
Craig Patterson
Secondary Principal

Saturday, 3 October 2020

Yr 13's welcome Yr12's into the Diploma programme

Every year Year 12's go on an induction camping trip in the 1st week of school but unfortunately this year due to Covid-19 they had to miss out on the fun yet insightful trip. The main objective of the induction programme is to introduce students to the key information about the IBDP, CAS, ToK, EE and the IB learner profile attributes. This is also probably one of the only times when direct reference is made to the 10 learner profile attributes and all the activities are aimed at stimulating bonding amongst the students and developing an insight into the learner profile attributes

Friday, 2 October 2020

News from Primary school

 It has been great to see children back on campus and we are having more students returning each week. 

Thursday, 1 October 2020

Secondary After School Academic Support

Beginning Monday 5th October, the following after-school timings have been selected by each department as a time when the subject teacher or a teacher from the department will be available to help students with difficulties they may be having in a subject within that department.

Monday, 28 September 2020

ISL Mindful Mondays Program

 Dear ISL Community,

Mindful Mondays is a wellness program designed to encourage you to be more aware of your overall wellness and live healthier, happier lives.

Year 2's and 3's arrive!

 Our last batch of students arrive!

Friday, 25 September 2020

Campus FAQ

Opening campus was a great step forward for us all. We have put together some answer to our most frequently asked questions below:

ISL Celebrates National Library Week

International School of Lusaka Media Centre joined the rest of the libraries in Zambia in celebrating National Library Week from 21-25th September 2020. The theme of this year’s celebration was “Libraries: Your Partners for Life.”

Thursday, 24 September 2020

Physical Education and Swimming classes during SBL-HBL tranisition

With the resumption of SBL classes for all Year levels as of Monday 28th September, please find below some important reminders for P.E. and swimming classes.

Board offices for the academic year 2020 to 2021

On 22 September, your Board convened for an organizational meeting to elect the Chairperson of the Board, Vice-Chairperson, and Committee Chairs and Vice-Chairs. The results of the elections were as follows: 

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Years 1, 5 and 6 back on campus

Our second batch of students return!

Students in Year 1, 5, and 6 joined us and it was exciting to see them come in smiling and eager to join their friends and just be back at school. Teachers were beaming too and are very happy to have their students with them.

Next Monday, we hope to have all our year groups with us :)

Primary and Secondary Drop-off and Pick-Up Timings

Dear Parents,

Please find below the overview of our drop-off and pick-up procedures.

Monday, 21 September 2020

Mask Wearing

Everyone is required to wear a mask except:

  • Nursary students.
  • Preschool students.
  • Reception students.
  • Students engaged in supervised PE lessons.

Mask wearing is optional for these groups. In addition, teachers may take groups of students outside for some mask-free time; this counts as supervised PE.

First day back in Primary school

We have reopened our Primary section and our first batch of students includes Nursery, Preschool, Reception, and Year 4 students!

Sunday, 20 September 2020

Returning to campus

We are really happy to be having students back on campus and are committed to doing it safely. We will need your coopoeration and support to make this happen. Here are some reminders about how this will be taking place:

Friday, 18 September 2020

Reopening of Secondary School

 Dear Secondary parents and students,

As you know from the Head of School’s communication, we will begin a phased-in re-entry to on-campus classes. Essential reading for students and parents have been shared. Please click below to read.

Thursday, 17 September 2020

Reopening Primary School

Dear Parents

The moment we have all been waiting for finally arrives! We are all excited and eager to get our students back into school and are working hard to ensure the school is safe for our students.

Teachers will contact you through Whatsapp with regards to drop off and pick up of books for this week and next week. We are having different start dates for year groups to facilitate a smooth reopening.

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Schedule for campus reopening

We are happy to announce that students will be returning to campus over the next week or two. In order to make this safe and successful we need your cooperation and support. This post contains important information on reopening our campus; please read it in its entirety.

Saturday, 12 September 2020

Year 11 back on campus Monday 14th

We look forward to seeing our Year 11 students back on campus on Monday 14th September. Here are some videos for parents and students to watch to get a flavour of how things will be.

Friday, 11 September 2020

President Announces Reopening of Schools

We are happy to report that President Lungu has announced that schools will be able to have students back on campus later this month.

2020-2021 Calendar

The 2020-2021 ISL calendar is ready and each family is getting one, free, compliments of ISL!

5 ways to support your child as a PYP parent

Dear PYP Parents, 

Thank you for your continued support during this COVID pandemic. Your effort in ensuring

Secondary Settling in Report

In a short while we will be generating the Secondary Settling in Report. This report only will be sent to two groups of parents....

Sunday, 6 September 2020

Year 13 students are back on campus!

We look forward to seeing our Year 13 students back on campus starting Monday 7th September. Here are some videos for parents and students to watch to get a flavour of how things will be.

Public benefit International Challenge for Youth 2020

As part of their DP CAS activity, four Year 13 ISL students participated in the PBIC 4th International Youth Welfare Innovation challenge organised by the China- Africa development Programme.

Monday, 31 August 2020

Saturday, 15 August 2020

Virtual association meeting

Thursday last week we had our first-ever virtual association meeting. The purpose of the meeting was for members to share their questions, concerns and suggestions about our response to the pandemic.

Thursday, 13 August 2020

Wednesday, 12 August 2020

COVID-19 Past the Peak?

Over the past month, we have seen large increases in the numbers of coronavirus cases here in Zambia. We had more than 400 cases reported on several days and the total number of cases showed exponential growth. Exponential growth in anything is usually unsustainable so eventually, the number of coronavirus cases must reach a maximum and thereafter decline.

Navigating ManageBac and Videos on IBPYP

Dear Primary Parents,
Welcome back and a special warm welcome to new families who have joined the ISL community. I hope you all had a relaxing holiday and are now ready to start the new academic year.

Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Back to school

Today we welcomed students back to a virtual start of the school year. I believe I am not alone when I say that the day we can welcome students back to campus will be very welcome when it comes.

Friday, 7 August 2020

Yearbook 2019-2020

Our 2019-2020 Yearbook is ready, and I am delighted to share the links to the electronic copy with you.

COVID-19 Update: The way forward

At school we continue to grapple with the challenges posed by the virus, the closure of campus and the associated economic disruptions.

Monday, 3 August 2020

COVID-19 Update

The hardest thing about managing this crisis is the unknowns. In March we closed schools with fewer than 30 cases in Zambia and for a long time, the rate of increase was very small. As recently as April the World Health Organization was telling us not to bother with face masks. Until July, our planning was predicated on opening our campus in August.

Saturday, 25 July 2020

COVID-19 Update

Dear parents and colleagues:

I am writing to you again to update you on our progress in responding to the coronavirus pandemic. As we approach the date on which school will resume - either in person or remotely - I will update you weekly or more frequently on the situation.

Friday, 24 July 2020

COVID training in-house

The ISL COVID Task Force has compiled detailed plans to allow us to reopen campus in a safe and orderly manner as soon as we are able. These plans include stringent measures to control the spread of viruses such as hand-washing and mask-wearing combined with measures to allow for improved social distancing. The photo on the left shows our school nurse, Edith Lemba, briefing mid-management on the procedures to be followed in managing suspected COVID cases.

Our plans include many organizational changes to reduce students' exposure to COVID: many classrooms will be moved to reduce student travel and classes will be split over two rooms if needed. Taking the upper end of the guidelines - 2m between children - from the MoGE means that classes will be limited to 15 students maximum in a regular size classroom. We are looking at how to create communicating entrances between classrooms to facilitate management here.

Thursday, 16 July 2020

COVID-19 Update

Dear parent:

I am writing to update you on our progress in responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

Introducing our Public Relations & Marketing Manager - Ms Yabbey Shitima!

Some of you in our community might know Ms Yabbey Shitima as a Year 3 teacher. Joining our primary school section in 2006,

Thursday, 9 July 2020

Friday, 3 July 2020

July holiday activities 2020

What a fantastic week it has been with our holiday activities, it was so good to see our students back in school. As soon as the Ministry of Health through the Provincial Health Director gave a go ahead for non-contact activities, ISL immediately put up a program that would bring students into school to do some activities.

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Logo and Video contest for Anti-Tobacco

Following on from the ISL team's "Mock Parliamentary Anti-Tobacco" presentation win against Rhodes Park last week,

Friday, 26 June 2020

Sports Awards 2019-2020

Dear Parents and Students,

Please find the complete list of the Secondary Sports Awards including a description of, and criteria for, each of the awards  here . Our congratulations to all. 

or copy and paste this url into your browsers:


Friday, 19 June 2020

ask@ISL - Kwacha discount


I have 3 children at ISL and I pay fees two instalments at a time. I have always received my fee statements in US$ so I have start preparing for payments way ahead of time. Now the board comes up with a policy which is not fair to all parents.

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

First ever DoE Silver awardees from ISL

Congratulations to the following 2020 graduates who achieved the DoE international award Silver Standard

Join ISL students in mock parliamentary sessions on tobacco control

Today! Please join a zoom meeting in which 3 ISL students; Jovita Nithyanathan (DP2), Divyam Kumar (DP2) and Abhinav Sahal

Monday, 15 June 2020

Annual Primary Awards

The four Primary Awards are based on the philosophy and expectations of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IBPYP) offered at ISL.

The  citations and recipients of the awards this year are listed below:
PYP Learner Profile Award- This award is given to a student whose attitude embodies the collective attributes of the IB Learner Profile. He/she exhibits these attributes in class as well as during extracurricular activities and in doing so is an example to others and an ambassador for the School.
The recipient of the award for this year 2019-2020 is Abby Mosho.

Internationalism- This award is given to a student who embodies the spirit of internationalism at our school. Through his/her actions, this student co-operates with those around him/her regardless of nationality. He /she is interested in and celebrates the differences between himself/ herself and fellow students and looks for commonalities between nationalities to foster a shared guardianship of the planet and to nurture a peaceful and better world.
The recipient of the award for this year 2019-2020 is Nadeerah Patel.

Action- This award is for a student who regularly exhibits initiative and who has shown action in changing his/her community for the better. Through his/her action the world has benefitted. Importantly, the decision to act and the act itself were not mandates form a teacher, parent, or colleague but were conscious and independent decisions made on the part of the student.
The recipient of the award for this year 2019-2020 is Manon Terra.

 Team Builder/ Collaboration- This award is given to a student who lives their school life with a philosophy of being part of an interdependent team instead of an individual worker. This student readily encourages and offers support to peers whilst setting an example both in quality and effort of work.
The recipient of the award for this year 2019-2020 is Hemil Shah.

CONGRATULATIONS to all the recipients of the awards. We wish you well and encourage you to keep up the good work:)

Friday, 12 June 2020

Virtual Assemblies- June 10th and June 11th 2020

ISL had their first virtual assemblies yesterday and today - 10th and 11th June 2020- Dates to remember!

AGM postponed

Due to the coronavirus closure of our campus, the AGM has been postponed until such time as it is practicable to convene it. Current board members whose terms are expiring will continue to serve until the AGM is held. We will keep you updated on the new date for the AGM.

Thursday, 4 June 2020

COVID working group

As we move toward the holiday, our focus will switch from supporting our students through distance learning to prepareing to reopen our campus safely.

Board ratifies fee discounts

Our board met last week; among the items considered was feedback from parents on the discounts announced last month. This ranged from those who thought that no discount should be given to those who thought that the discounts were insufficient. The board has to balance the need to provide relief to parents in the time of trial against its responsibility to safeguard the future of the school.

School calendar next year

At last weeks' meeting, our board decided that we will adhere to next year's calendar. On any given school day on the calendar for next year if our campus is open we will run in-person classes and otherwise we will run distance learning. Please click here to read the original announcement about the calendar with links and calendar IDs.

Friday, 15 May 2020

Update on campus reopening

We all want our campus to reopen as soon as it can but this must be balanced against the need to keep our community safe. After careful consideration of the safety and organizational consequences, the Board of Governors has decided that our campus will not reopen before August 2020.

Thursday, 7 May 2020

Learning at home: Resources for PYP parents

To our PYP Parents,

Thank you for the resourcefulness and support that you are bringing to your children in this challenging time.

Tuesday, 5 May 2020

ISL donates hand sanitizers to two Lusaka health centres

Our school recently donated hand sanitizers to two Lusaka health centers. We donated ten boxes of hand sanitizers to Kalingalinga Health Centre

Thursday, 30 April 2020

ISL assists Ministry of Health with COVID-19 screening

Our school is assisting the Ministry of Health with its voluntary COVID screening programme beginning 1st May.

CAS during Covid-19 pandemic - By Divyam Kumar, IBDP1 student

As you all know, ISL decided to shut down during the Covid-19 pandemic. This has put teachers, students, and the ISL staff in a difficult position. Teachers and students have to sit in front of their laptops for long hours as their online classes continue.

Ms Silvia Nithyanathan appointed as the new IBDP Coordinator

The ISL management pleased to inform the community that Ms Silvia Nithyanathan has been appointed to the position of IB Diploma Programme Coordinator for the coming school year, 2020-2021.

Introducing Mr. Ves Ivanov - ISL IBDP & IGCSE History/TOK Teacher and IGCSE Coordinator!

ISL management is very excited to introduce to the community Mr. Ves Ivanov who is coming to us from Lyng Hall School located in Coventry, England,

Introducing Ms. Sudha Vaitheeswaran - IBDP, IGCSE & IMYC Computer Science Teacher!

Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Ms. Sudha Vaitheeswaran - IBDP, IGCSE & IMYC Computer Science Teacher! She joins us from LICEF School located here in Lusaka

Introducing Ms. Keenya M. Horton - University Careers and Guidance Counsellor!

Please meet Ms. Keenya M. Horton who is joining us as University Careers and Guidance Counsellor! Ms. Keenya M. Horton has served as a School Counselor for over five

Tuesday, 28 April 2020

Learn and Grow

The survey sent to evaluate online learning in Primary school has proved worthwhile and helped us learn and grow more in order to facilitate improved teaching.

Saturday, 25 April 2020

ISL becomes a Beacon school

With the blessing of our board, our school joins the ranks of top schools in the region receiving beacon scholars.

Friday, 24 April 2020

Introducing Mr. Kapaso Webby - ISL Primary French Teacher!

Kapaso Webby is coming to us from Nkwazi Primary School in Lusaka. He is a holder of a Post-Graduate Diploma in Diplomacy and International Affairs, and a Bachelor of Arts with Education in French and English languages,

Introducing Mrs. Lucy Scorgie - ISL Primary School Teacher!

Lucy Scorgie is an ISL parent, a member of the PTA, and a volunteer parent at ISL. She has spent her entire career in the care and education of children either as a Teacher or as a Nanny.

Introducing Ms. Megan-Lee Erasmus - ISL Primary School Teacher!

Megan-Lee Erasmus is currently a Pre-School teacher at Trinityhouse Heritage Hill Pre-Primary School in South Africa,

Monday, 20 April 2020

Sunday, 19 April 2020

IGCSE Art and Design pieces

We showcase our extremely talented, creative and dedicated IGCSE artists along with their finest pieces of art works. Well done students! You are truly an inspiration and we are proud of your achievements. Please click on the link below to view the art works.

Friday, 17 April 2020

Study: Screen Time Has Little Impact on Kids’ Social Skills

It's always a challenge to read something that goes against what I have always believed to be "true”, and this is a good example. A new study suggests that, despite the large amount of time spent on smartphones and social media, young people today are just as socially skilled as those from the previous generation.

Program resumes after Easter break on 22nd April

It was heartwarming to watch the video compiled by ISL PTA with messages from students and parents for the teachers. Thank you so much for your efforts once again PTA members! We sincerely appreciate this gesture and hope everyone had a great Easter with their families.

After the Easter break, the online classes resume from April 22nd.

Wednesday, 15 April 2020

PTA thank you

Over the past few days, the PTA asked Association members to share their thoughts on all the work we have done to keep our school vibrant and alive at this extraordinary time.

Ways to express ourselves

As we enter the break period, the Arts department is hard at work at finding ways to express ourselves at this moment - there will be more to come in this regard. We start with Peter Holdway, our drama teacher, who shares a reading of a piece by Fra Giovanni Giocondo from the early 16th century.

Thursday, 9 April 2020

Universities dealing with COVID-19

These are unusual and unsettling times. Given the enormous disruptions, there is a lot of uncertainty and concern for our students’ university applications and admissions. Yesterday I attended a webinar on the impact of Covid-19 on UK university admissions: it was reassuring to hear how admission offices have adapted to the current situation. In addition, a number of universities in North America are reaching out to schools across the world to give an update about their admission process. The most important message for our students is that this is an extraordinary situation that affects institutions and students all around the world.

Below are a few points that our students and parents might find useful:

Sunday, 5 April 2020

Distance Learning in Middle School

IMYC Students Learning from Home 

While the campus at ISL is closed, school has remained open with teachers and students continuing to teach and learn using google classroom and Managebac. In Middle School, we have continued to follow our units of study and are currently on our final unit of the year. They students are studying Creativity in year 7, Tradition in year 8 and Renewal in year 9.

As IMYC teachers and students, we have indeed adapted to our situation and the only difference is that we have to interact remotely. The rigor and seriousness of our learning has continued and we are happy that everyone could adapt in such a short space of time.

Stay safe and remember to adapt as the situation evolves.

Friday, 3 April 2020

Trying to bring a little lightness to each day

There is no shortage of serious and worrying news these days, every place we turn. In an effort to make the dinner time a little more happy, fun, and inspirational I am breaking a long standing rule

Thursday, 2 April 2020

Two weeks in

It is now two weeks since we last had students on campus and, frankly, it has been a challenge due to the uncertainties stemming from the challenge of COVID-19.

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

Week one after Distance learning

Everyone is getting technologically sound with distance learning!

Distance learning has its own advantages and disadvantages. We are happy we are in an era, where learning still takes place in these trying times. We (as educators) are getting "tech-savvy" too, but we miss the physical presence of our students. Man is a social animal and yet in these circumstances, we have to avoid doing what we love most - socializing!

Friday, 27 March 2020

The challenge of COVID-19

Our campus has now been closed for a week due to the challenge we face together from the COVID-19 virus.

Students need to "read the manual" first

Over the past few days I have been scanning the interactions between teachers and students in their online classes. Some of the questions asked by students (especially our Middle Schoolers) have brought back memories of me putting things to get as a teen; models/bicycles/furniture etc

Thursday, 26 March 2020

Distance Learning Tools & Applications(Covid 19)

Due to the widespread outbreak of the COVID-19 world over, and heeding the important call to Stay Home, we are privileged to host most if not all our tools and applications in the cloud. This means yes we are disadvantaged to sit in the same space and engage our students in a physical classroom, but we are once again privileged to keep our Teacher and Student programs running remotely using our Distance Learning Tools and Applications embedded in our GSuite for Education platform.

Dealing with COVID 19

I read an interesting article shared by Michael Lannini from International Schools Services. The article is written by Doug Ota who is the Chairperson and founder of  Safe Passage Across Networks (SPAN)- a non-profit organization that aims " to offer a home to refresh, equip, and connect transition care providers around the globe who are committed to healthy student, family, and staff mobility within and between school."
Here are some suggestions form him to cope with school closures, isolation, and quarantine.

Wednesday, 25 March 2020

IB CAS and distance learning: how does this work?

As part of their IB Diploma programme, the students are required to complete three CORE components: Theory of Knowledge, the Extended Essay and CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service). With many school campuses closed and students now attending online classes, students have to rethink about how to implement CAS in their distance learning programme. Every Wednesday, from 8 to 9 am, I will touch base with the whole DP1 cohort.

This morning I was thrilled to see all the DP1 online on Google Meet ready to get to work! We shared and brainstormed ways to complete their CAS programme during the current challenging circumstances and they will be adding more to the following list of ideas for next week's session:

-creating a blog (daily journal) about learning online
-creating videos to help people use online tools to communicate, teach and learn
-set up a mini cross country course in their garden for themselves and/or their siblings
-come up with a regular homemade gym plan for the next few weeks
-compose a rap song about the coronavirus
-start a vegetable patch in the garden or on a balcony
-learning how to play a musical instrument
-learning how to cook italian dishes (to make homemade pasta, pizza...)

As I explained to the students this morning, many things will count for CAS, provided that they can show evidence of some planning and that they have a goal to attain.
The students are also expected to continue writing their CAS reflections on Managebac.

Saturday, 21 March 2020

Secondary school distance learning

We appreciate that this is a long email, but we have tried to cover the more salient points which we’d like you to know/keep in mind with regard to the implementation of the distance learning programme.

Friday, 20 March 2020

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Primary school distance Learning

Our response to COVID 19 is in line with many institutions all around the world - distance learning for all students.

Notice of school closure

As you may be aware, the Minister of Health has instructed all schools to close on Friday 20th March 2020

Cancellation of non-teaching activities

As part of our response to the spread of the coronavirus causing COVID-19 we have cancelled until further notice all non-teaching activities at school.

Progress on Nangwenya Road

Materials have arrived for the construction of culverts at our entrances along Nangwenya Road. The pipes shown in the picture will be laid in the drainage ditch so that our entrance ramps can be constructed over them. Very little work remains before our gates can be reopened; however the uneven pace of work makes it difficult to estimate a completion date.

Monday, 16 March 2020

COVID-19 school response update 16 March

Parent Actions

We request that parents and teachers keep themselves and their children out of school if any of the following conditions are met:

COVID-19 school response

I know that many of you will be concerned at the spread of COVID-19 and interested to know what steps International School will be taking to deal with the threat posed by this virus.

Friday, 13 March 2020

Ask ISL - hand sanitising


It would appear that it is only a matter of time before COVID-19 comes to Zambia.

Friday, 6 March 2020

Music Unites the World- Early Years Production

A medley to showcase performance,  talent, and international mindedness!

Year 9 iGCSE maths

Year 9 students preparing for iGCSE exams. Watch the video here
For students taking iGCSEs there are plenty more videos, and the Year 10s made a video which will be posted shortly.