In building 41 Mrs Martini-Appel and Mr Rupert Toogood said goodbye to teachers, teaching assistants and students who will leave Secondary. We have to say goodbye to Mrs Noreen Nasar, Mrs Laura Weise, Mrs Angela MacPherson, Mrs Sonja Zimmermann, Mrs Bernadette Morres, Mrs Brittaney Meyer, Mr Andrew Schofield, Mr Rafal Milerski and Mr Ian MacDougall. We wish them all the best for the future and hope to welcome them at our school again.
Am Freitag, dem 08.07.2016 ab 19 Uhr, werden den Absolventinnen und Absolventen des internationalen Schulzweigs die IB-Diplome feierlich überreicht. Es ist der erste Jahrgang, der am Schuldorf das Abschlusszeugnis des International Baccalaureat (IB) in Empfang nehmen kann und die Schulgemeinde gratuliert den Schülerinnen und Schülern, die gemeinsam mit ihren Familien, Lehrern und Freunden am Freitag feiern können. Die Veranstaltung findet in Gebäude 41 (SISS) statt.
Die Berichterstattung im Darmstädter Echo finden Sie hier.
SISS Drama Club presents on Saturday 2nd July at 6 pm in building 41 the story of little Mowgli.
Stolen by a man-eating tiger and rescued and brought up by wolves, Mowgli must overcome both man and beast to become master of the jungle. Along the way he is befriended by a bear and a black panther, both much beloved in the disney cartoon. In the original version by Kipling, who
grew up in India, we learn the value of brotherhood through the jungle law and see if he will overcome both treachery and cruelty. Drama club range from year 5 to year 11 and have been involved in all aspects of this production
from acting to directing, designing, making and technical, led by Mr Gunderson with help from parents.
We look forward to welcoming you to our show!
The Festival Committee is delighted to inform you that the 6th SISS International Festival will take place on the afternoon of Saturday 18th June this year between 13:00 and 16:00 at SISS! The general theme will be ‘diversity’, giving us the opportunity to celebrate and experience global culture.
Thank you very much to the wider Community for your support in contributing to the festival.
IB Visual Arts students took part in the first ever exam by presenting their work in the form of an exhibition which they curated themselves. Johanna Glover's work challenges traditional assumptions regarding the co-existence of cultures and species. You can see this in her presentation of African myths and Kente cloth with beetles, metamorphosis and decay across a range of media.
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