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Library Grand Opening

Library Grand Opening

Honorable Parents,

Without libraries, what do we have? We have no past and no future as Ray Bradburg said. I chose this quote because it simply explains the importance of the library and it's treasures. The past in many ways, in the same way, does it help you in solving problems in life and in the future. Most importantly however, the library is a place where you can expect smart and clear answers to even the most difficult questions. They are only next in importance to schools, colleges and universities as means of educating the public. That is why we need to encourage children and students of all ages to comprehend the importance of the library and to visit one more often. For this reason, IES has renovated the small library to a larger one since it was also set off to the side but as you can see now it is the heart of the school. Our library allows students to explore the variety of genres in the books such as fiction, adventure, fantasy and biography and the library provides us with 500 books. In conclusion, books expand your knowledge and enchance your vocabulary and now instead of having 12 teachers I have 500.

-N.H 9B

Skärholmsloppet 2018

Some of our students and staff who participated in Skärholmsloppet on Saturday 19th May


Mr Keely, Mr Mullarkey and students

Prom 2018

Prom 2018

Wednesday 9th May was the night of the year 9 prom!

Everyone was dressed beautifully and really enjoyed theirselves in Långholmen. Our head of year 9, Ms Moore, did an amazing job with the decorations and planning with help from other staff members.

Year 8 trip to Hellasgården

Year 8 trip to Hellasgården

On Friday 27th April our year 8 students and mentors went to Hellasgården. Unfortunately the weather wasn't ideal but they still had a lot of fun with barbeques and games!


Our grill master!


Team work!

6-Up Cup

6-Up Cup

Tuesday 24th April our Head's of House's arranged our first ever academic competition called 6-Up Cup.

Each mentor was to nominate two students from each year group, class and House to participate in the 6-Up Cup and these students spent half a day in the school library answer all sorts of questions within SO, maths, English and so on.
Junior School (year 4-6) participated in the morning and Senior School (year 7-9) in the afternoon. They students had a lot of fun and have requested more academic competitions!

The winners of the 6-Up Cup this year were House Amazon!!


Junior School students


Junior School students


Senior School students, Mr Armstrong and Mr Dawod


Senior School students

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