As the year draws to a close, you'll be amazed at how much of your child's work has been accumulating on Seesaw. If you are leaving AISL or just want a record of all the amazing work from this year, please follow these step by step instructions.
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AISL’s ongoing quest is to uplift our community and enrich the lives of all. One way we achieve this is via Verbal Jam, a site that invites every student, parent and staff member to log-in and take part in an ongoing, online conversation focused on sharing, motivating and, of course, educating!
It’s also about having fun. Hence the launch of our interactive, Jam-Packed lifestyle campaign that encourages every AISL community member to participate. It’s easy and rewarding, with great prizes to be won. Go to Verbal Jam, and read all about it!
Share your Jam-Packed lifestyle featuring an amazing array of stimulating topics, and you’ll not only be interacting big time with the AISL community, you could also WIN great prizes – plus having stacks of fun! Topics include your take on being a Health and Fitness Guru, Master Chef, Captain Creative, Travel Guide, Tech Genius!
Choose a topic and have fun submitting a video, image, written tips, whatever! The prize could soon be yours.
We would like to invite you to the Grade 5 Transition Ceremony on Wednesday, 9 June. G5 families are invited to attend on campus while the rest of the school community is invited to attend the ceremony virtually. This year's transition ceremony will be held by class with 5NC from 07:30-08:10 and 5SD from 08:20-09:00. This event marks a special time in the lives of our fifth grade students as they close their years in Primary School and prepare for the years ahead in Middle School. Please use this link to watch this year's transition ceremony.
Dear Parents and students,
International School of Uganda, will be hosting ISSEA Visual Arts and Drama 2021. Kindly click on the video to watch.
Last week on Friday 14th May, AISL hosted our first U13 Doubles Tournament against Muskili school.
The fun continued on Saturday 15 May for the U13 singles tournament against Musikili school once again.
We are super proud of our U13 leopards who played extremely well despite the heat
Thank you to all our participants who did an amazing job and a big congratulations to Filip, who took first place in the U13 Boys Singles Tournament .
Last week on Friday 14th May, AISL hosted the first invitational golf tournament this academic year at Bonanza Golf Club.
Golfers competed in pairs, playing the“greensome” format. Each player had to drive a ball and the pair then chose which ball to play.
Each pair of golfers played three holes against all the other pairs in their age group, which was either U13 or U19.
A point was gained for winning a hole, half a point for a drawn hole and no point for a loss.
It was fabulous to be able to watch the live sport as two Musikili golfers competed in the U13 competition along with six Martin House golfers, while AISL had four U13 golfers,
Neel partnered with Anay and Caleb partnered with Mubanga.
Well done to all the U13 and U19 golfers as it was a hot day but they all managed to pull through.
There was some very good golf played in both age groups. AISL had six U19 golfers, Neelay and Rohan, Scott and Cross, Ashu and Lovis competing against each other and the two teams from Martin House, Shivam and JP along with Justin and Rory.
The AISL golfers are looking forward to the restart of school in August and more golf competitions.
Last week, our Primary students and teachers enjoyed three fun dress-up days as part of a student-initiated Spirit Week. From Pajama Day on Monday, Twin/Triplet Day on Wednesday to Crazy Hair Day on Friday, there were lots of laughs and fun times across the week. Thank you to our G4 students, Cora, Noelle and Sophia for initiating the idea in the absence of a Primary Student Council this year.
Grade 4 students just completed a very exciting inquiry into “How humans use their scientific knowledge about energy to create a more sustainable world”. During this unit, we studied Albert Einstein's first law of thermodynamics that states: Energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can only be changed from one form to another.
After carefully studying this law and trying our best to understand it, we decided to experiment with it through a hydro electricity project. Our experiment involved building a dam, piping water from the dam to a hydro station we built to turn a turbine that turns a generator that produces electricity. The electricity then had to be transported to a city to power street lights.
The Grade 4 students learned that
Check out the amazing video below to learn more:
The Leopard's Tale is our main medium to keep our families informed on such things as the day to day happenings on campus, after school activities, summaries of any arts and sports events, helpful resources, and important dates and reminders.
Parent Information Sessions
Here are the upcoming sessions – all parents are welcome and encouraged to attend: