Warm, sunny, long days. Hints of summer smells like coconut oil, pineapple, mints and strawberries. The sound of flip flops and gulls. There is no doubt about it, but summer time is here! And with that, the academic year of 2017/18 is over for us here at IEGS. I wish to thank our students and super hero like staff team of teachers and administrators for making this another memorable academic year. Your commitment, dedication and hard work is what makes all the ideas in school, small or large, come to life and be such a success. Thank you once again for making the year a great one!
This years debates have been tough! Four houses, two topics, and 12 amazing speakers have taken part in the aula to fight for this years trophy! And now there’s two teams, one topic and six speakers left. Which team will put their hand on the trophy, king or pavlov?
We have interviewed the captains for the teams and asked them some questions about the debate;
Matilda Froste, Team Captain Pavlov House
Alexandra Gummesson, House Captain King House
How does it feel to be in the final?
Matilda Froste: It feels amazing, I’m super excited!
Alexandra Gummesson: I am really proud of the
A warm welcome to IEGS for the academic year 2016/17! I extend a special welcome to our new 250 students and 6 new staff members that have joined our learning community. This year proves to be another fun-filled, learning year for our students with plenty of opportunities for developing both inside and outside of the classroom as we continue to work towards making our school an even better one.
Being in school each day as a student (and a teacher) is very exciting, as you are constantly learning new things. You may be inspired, and yes, perhaps at times, not so inspired. But, school is a