In this episode of the ISB Podcast "Breathing Fire", two students from the ISB Robotics programme, together with their teacher and founder of the Robotics Club, Ringo Dingrando, talked about the ISB Robotics classes and club, competitions with other Swiss schools and their future plans to compete abroad.
Refine by Subject
The Summer Science Academy organised by the University of Basel provides our Grade 11 and 12 students a unique opportunity to apply their science academic learning to real life. Over the past years many ISB students have taken this unique opportunity. Find out their personal experiences in this article, including a video interview with two of them.
Our Grade 8 student Alannah presented her Tram Buddy project to our Grade 5 students. Her idea comes from her passion to take action against climate change and help the ISB Community to reduce their carbon footprint by setting up a Tram Buddy System so that more children can take the tram instead of being driven to school by car.
Grade 10 Student Ranks in the Top 16 Students in National Chemistry Competition
"Stories behind numbers" celebrate the achievements and growth of ISB current and former students. In this article, we celebrate Grade 10 student Ritik who has qualified as a finalist in the Swiss Chemistry Olympiad, the Swiss selection process for the International Chemistry Competition (IChO). His hard work and determination have complemented his talent and passion for learning to make this extraordinary achievement possible.
The Music Department at ISB was thrilled this week to welcome David Lawrence as choral director of ‘A Basel Night at the Proms’. ISB singers had the opportunity to experience David’s positive and energetic style at three workshops this week.
Our Senior School students traveled to the Hague to join other schools in the The Hague International Model United Nations Conference (THIMUN), read about their experience.
To mark International Women's Day, we were honoured to welcome Kate Squire, Global Head of Compliance, Business Operational Risk and Resilience at Man Group. In her first official public event in her capacity as wife of UK Ambassador in Switzerland, she visited ISB to announce the winner of the first edition of its Ambassador for a Day competition: ISB Grade 11 student Eleanor Tsai.
Gail Metcalf met up with our Australian Math Consultant, Lana Fleiszig, in Tanzania to help spread the love of mathematics by volunteering in a charity run school called Bandari. Read on to share their experience.
To mark the 10th anniversary of our Instant Orchestra , our Director of Performing Arts William Norris contributed this article to TIE to pay tribute to all the students who have made it possible over the last decade.