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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News

Children with heart problems will benefit from the E.I.S. donation made to Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque on 7th May 2018.

Uriel Gansou has been chosen to represent Benin at the Oxford Royale Academy in the United Kingdom this summer.

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.