Collège & Lycée Anglophone Section News
Students in Mrs Buxton's 5ème class have been presenting on their ideal schools.
Getting creative for the IGCSE English Literature exam.
Ms Plecko emphasises the importance of good chronological understanding with her 6ème by playing with anachronisms.
Ms Lamb's students have been self-assessing as part of their BFI methodology training.
As part of their BFI programme, Ms Lamb's class have been drawing parallels between poetry.
Mrs Borowsky's class have been questioning each other on the topic of The American Dream.
Mr Rist encourages confidence in the face of essay-writing through highlighting to 4ème students how they already have the fundamental necessary skills within them.
Mrs Patel's 2nde class uses the interactive classroom game 'speed dating' to learn and consolidate key terms in Geography.
This past month, 6e students have enjoyed visits from professional actor Conor Short.
Mrs Borowsky's Terminale class recapped their study of Antony & Cleopatra.
Ms Cox's students got into the holiday spirit today by getting creative with structure and language.
As final year students head into their last semester at high school, Miss Daly has collected some Top Tips from the Language & Literature team.
Ms Cox's 4e classes have been flexing their creative muscles whilst honing core IGCSE skills.
Students in 1ère grapple with the question of how important individuals are in driving history.
Students in 3ème combine personal research and presentation skills for student-to-student teaching.
Students in Mrs Titus’ 6e class completed a Tuck Everlasting escape game last Thursday.
Students in 2nde and 1ère tested their MUN mettle at the first conference of the 2023-4 academic year.
Miss Daly's Terminale class were up on their feet this week, getting in character whilst studying Shakespeare.
Budding writers in Ms Cox's 4e classes have been flexing their descriptive muscles this week
Mrs Patel's collège classes are exploring various methods for encouraging and improving factual recall between lessons.
Collège students from across our three sites have been contributing to this year's SIS Magazine.
Mrs Loxton's class have been reviewing their learning of the BFI text 'Home Fire'.
Mrs Buxton's 3e class have been getting creative with The Great Gatsby this past week.
Students have been debating the ethics of zoos in Miss Daly's 2e classroom, to further their understanding of poetry.
The SIS is excited to participate in the Poetry by Heart Middle School competition again this year and is looking for student performers to join.
History-Geography staff have been exploring new resources for active learning in the classroom.
SIS students in Seconde achieved brilliant results in their IGCSE Literature exams in June 2023!
Mrs Loxton's 4e class spent part of the first week back revising for their Summer Reading test.
3eD at Gounod have recently produced their own games inspired by their study of 'The Great Gatsby' and 'Romeo and Juliet' this year.
Students in Miss Daly's class spend the last few weeks of the semester working towards a debate on technology.
6e students from across all sites came together yesterday for an evening of Shakespeare performances.
Students in Mrs Buxton's 3e class have been producing spine-chilling Gothic stories.
Students in Ms Lamb's class have been working on the Gothic topic in preparation for their entry in to the BFI programme next year.
We wish the very best to our Tle students as they tackle the final round of examinations for their baccalauréat.
The winning candidates of the SIS Collège Writing Competition may now be announced. Congratulations to all who participated!
All Terminale OIB students spent four days this week on a trip to Normandy, revising for their upcoming exams.
Miss Daly has created a suggested revision timetable for students to maximise their revision time.
Students in Mrs Buxton’s 6e class created, justified and presented their ideal schools.
Pupils in Mrs Loxton's 4e class have been creating their own revision activities for 'To Kill a Mockingbird'.
3e students in Ms Erigio's class tried their hands at journalism, reporting on events in Romeo and Juliet.
Terminale students who have applied to Concordia University in Montréal had the chance this week to meet Erica Porter, one of the university's Senior Recruitment Officers.
Students in 3ème get to grips with active learning exercises in History-Geography.
Students in 2nde participated in a unique MUN conference within the grounds of Palace of Versailles.
Here are three key ways for 2e students to revise before their exams in May.
Maria, Quitterie and Anna gave extraordinary performances of their chosen poems at the annual ELSA Poetry by Heart competitions in Paris on Friday 10th March (middle school contest) and Saturday 11th (high school contest)
For this competition, students needed to learn and then perform a poem of their own choice from the Poetry by Heart anthology (two poems for the high school contest).
Here are three key ways for 3e students to revise before their exams in May.
Students from The Liverpool Blue Coat School joined our 1e classes this week as part of a cultural exchange.
A successful motion for the SIS delegation at the final General Assembly vote - ILYMUN 2023. Well done to our SIS delegates!
Students in 2e debated the ethics of zoos this week as a pathway into analysing a poem by Ted Hughes.
The first session of Mrs Patel's new Leadership Club at Collège Verhaeren kicked off with a sugary conundrum.
Pupils in Mrs Buxton's 6e class have produced some fantastic work on the history of children's literature!
Students in 2nde and 1ère are getting ready for their MUN Conference in Lyon
"All the world's a stage..." This month, Terminale classes welcome professional actor Conor Short for some dynamic Shakespeare workshops.
"All the world's a stage..." This month, 6e classes welcome professional actor Conor Short for some dynamic Shakespeare workshops.
This week, students in Tle are facing up to the storied challenge of the Oxbridge interview panel. We wish them the best of luck!
London or Edinburgh?? The Wheel of Fortune will decide for our 4e students which trip they will go on in May 2023.
An introduction to international universities entrance and how SIS Advisory team helps students throughout all the stages of preparing for successful applications.
Students in 4e-Terminale are invited to participate in this year's theatre project which will be performed on March 29-30, 2023 at SEL in Sèvres.
A round of applause to our students in 3e, 2e and 1e who achieved excellent results on the IGCSE!
Hot off the press!!! You can see this year's Art and Literary magazine created by the SIS anglophone students from all three collèges : https://madmagz.com/fr/magazine/1964934