We enjoyed very much taking a trip to the Médiathèque as it is the perfect place to disconnect and give our students good habits and above all a taste for culture.
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On Thursday the 23rd of March, PY5 students participated in the WWF Wild Wisdom Quiz. Each year the WWF invites Globeducate students to participate in this fun challenge to learn all about the science of sustainability.
On Sunday April 2nd 2023, we were delighted to sponsor the Mimosa Mini Runners event in the Stade de Bouillides, alongside ISN Nice and Mougins School. Over 10,000€ for children's cancer charities was raised at this special event.
On Tuesday 21st March, World Poetry Day, ICS Côte d'Azur joined other Globeducate schools with a poetry slam in our playground.
PY5 students took a trip to Monaco to visit a waste water plant as part of their investigation into how sustainable resources allow us to preserve the environment.
As part of their third Unit ‘Where we are in place and time’ PY6 students worked on self-expression literacy skills in the form of diary writing, which were then applied to an investigation where they imagined a diary of a famous explorer.
Our PY5 students have been working hard at their literacy skills by writing short stories in English and French. To celebrate their achievements, they invited their parents to join them for a ‘publisher’s breakfast’ on World Book Day.
Our students have been busy thinking through the Design Process this month. Read a roundup of their activities in our article.
From the 23rd to the 27th January, all Globeducate Schools in France participated in an awareness campaign focused on making small changes to our daily habits to reduce energy consumption at school and at home.
See our student's submissions to the Globeducate Visual Arts Competition 2022 on the theme of 'movement', and find out which student received an honorary mention!
PY1, PY2, and PY3 students have been exploring traditional celebrations around the world as part of the school's programme to teach students international mindedness and diversity.
Many of our students have passions and hobbies that they would like to explore at school outside of class time, so we designed clubs and tournaments during break times to keep their minds and bodies occupied.
Our STEAM Days, organised around UNESCO World Science Day on Thursday 10th November, celebrated the skills and knowledge students develop when they engage in projects that combine science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.
PY4 and PY5 have recently had the opportunity to take learning beyond the classroom, with trips to the Museum of Sport in Nice, and the ‘Centre International de Valbonne’ (CIV school) for a local Science Festival.
All of our students participated in a community project this month to brighten up a local retirement home with their artworks about "a better world".