International Day at EIS
On Friday, 5th February, 2021, E.I.S. celebrated its array of cultures as students expressed joy in being part of a global community. The colours and styles of national attire were a dazzling sight to behold.
Ivan Simo-Dzumgang, Audrey Asu and Preeti Ramchandani (Year 6) eagerly shared the instructions of how to make drones.
On 8th March, declarations of historic achievements of women, discussions of gender parity issues and appreciation of the essential roles women play in all aspects of life filled classrooms at all levels. Year 3 celebrated International Women's Day with poetry.
Years 4 and 5 enjoyed an educational visit to the Drabo Restored Forest, which includes about 600 species of plants and constitutes a sanctuary for the endangered red-bellied monkey.
As the saying goes, “A woman’s hair is her crowning glory.” Mrs. Corine Hounsou (wife of English teacher, Mr. Aaron George) gave a well-attended workshop, reinforcing the beauty of natural hair textures.
Love ‘springs eternal’ at E.I.S., but on 14th February children of all ages bring it to the forefront.