With over 2,500 participants, our recent International Festival was the most sustainable to date, thanks to a team of volunteers who ensured the event was climate-friendly and ecological.
Grade 11 students took part in an interdisciplinary project with the theme: Building back better - a shift to sustainable practices. The Group 4 Project is an interdisciplinary activity involving students from the different science and technology subjects (known as Group 4) to analyse a common topic or problem.
Our Junior School Grade 4 and 5 Disco took place last week and our students rocked it up until the early hours of the evening! With food and snacks comes the inevitable trash, but our Green Dragons worked hard to ensure it was sorted and organised into the right places.
In honour of Earth Day, our student-lead Eco-Council challenged our Junior School Campus to reduce their single-use plastic waste by only bringing in food without any single-use plastic for a week. Find out how it turned out.
As part of ISB's Model United Nations programme, our annual MUNTAG conference took place in March 2022, covering issues such as the phasing out of coal, the two-state solution for Israel and Palestine, and the South Sudan conflict, and the removal of ethnic-based discrimination. In this article, Grade 11 student Sian shares her personal experience.
It was that time of the year again! Our students have recently participated in the annual International Schools Mathematics Teacher Foundation events, which were organized at both Senior and Junior levels, on March 12 and 26 respectively.
The Robotics Club at International School Basel hosted its first annual Robomesse competition on March 29th. The game this year was called VEX Tipping Point, and featured four robots at a time competing within a square arena.
The war in Ukraine has shaken the World and mobilised an extraordinary level of support across countries. From the smallest donations to the biggest initiatives, all efforts count, and the ISB Community Association has also played its part.
Over 100 students from our Junior School and Middle School are entering the Swiss Känguru Maths Competition. This has been a great opportunity for our passionate and enthusiastic mathematicians to deepen their mathematical understanding.