Origami with Years 6, 7 and 8 students

Always eager to tout the educational benefits of Origami, Mr. David Gnanhoui (Art Teacher) remains ready to take the students to higher levels in this fine Japanese art.

Through Origami, Years 6, 7 and 8 students have been developing the following skills and more:

  • patience and memory
  • mental concentration and attention
  • fine motor skills
  • maths reasoning
  • spatial skills
  • sequencing

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On the 22nd of March 2021, Year 2 pupils of The English International School joined the rest of the world to celebrate World Water Day with the 2021 theme, Valuing Water.

Andrea Melissa EL HAJJ, who after 11 years of practising the Afro-Brazilian martial art / dance at E.I.S., writes to us from Jacobs University where she has started her own Capoeira Club.

E.I.S. celebrated its array of cultures as students expressed joy in being part of a global community.

Through Origami, Years 6, 7 and 8 students have been developing the following skills and more.

Inspired by their Global Perspectives topic on the importance of Community Service, Year 6 decided to focus on serving their own school community through a cleaning project.