Posts in Category: projects and achievements

Christmas Jumper Day 2016

  • 1st Feb 2017

On16th December, during The English Primary Section’s Christmas show you may have noticed the teachers were all wearing Christmas jumpers? Some were tasteful, some were funny and sparkly, but they were all being worn for a great reason: to raise money for Save the Children appeal who run world-class programmes

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You will never walk alone

  • 3rd Jan 2017

Several Year 6 students from the English Primary Section came up with a novel idea to ensure everyone here at IIL has a happy playtime. Their “Buddy Bench” concept began as a conversation and grew into a concrete approach to tackling loneliness in our playground. Three girls who launched the

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Making a difference for orphaned children

  • 15th Dec 2016

IIL Y5 students are on average 9 years old. They recently organized an event proving that there is no reason to wait to make the world a better place. A teaching assistant in IIL English Primary section, Charmaine Takyi answered a few questions about the action she led with the

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Meet Nao, IIL’s new teaching assistant

  • 8th Oct 2016

For over 25 years, IIL has been observing how robotic applications can enhance teaching and learning for all age groups. The recent acquisition of two humanoid Nao robots, dubbed Bonnie and Clyde, has opened up new horizons for the school. Lire la suite

Interview of Emmanuel Okorougo

  • 19th Jan 2017

Former IIL student, Emmanuel Okorougo recently took the time to answer some questions regarding his exciting new chapter in his life. Emmanuel attended IIL from 2009 to 2015 along with his brother Shawn before moving to The Whitgift School in South London.  Lire la suite

Litech – the online magazine of IIL students

  • 1st Jan 2017

During the 2015-16 school year, our 2nde French section students who had chosen an explorative teaching of”Literature and Society”, were entrusted with a project to produce a magazine, which they entitled Litech (literature and technologies), via the joomag internet site, proposed by Mr. Hirst, who contributed to its publication and

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Chacha Team : the Channel Challenge

  • 25th Oct 2016

Chacha team is a team of 8 girls from International Schools in Switzerland. They swam across the English Channel to raise money and awareness for Obstetric Fistula. They are the first female team based in Switzerland to do so. Leila, an IB students at IIL, answered our question. Lire la suite

Earth song

  • 7th Oct 2016

Elisha, who is now studying in Seconde, has been awarded the Flamme de bronze by the literary contest of the « Flammes vives » associations. Candidates were asked to write a poem celebrating  the planet. Well done, Elisha.


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