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COVID-19 Hotlines

The following hotlines (phones staffed during office hours) may be of help: tech support it.hotline@islzambia.org 0211250364 school...

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,