Coronavirus – ISL's campus is gradually re-opening for students
On Tuesday 17 March we moved to remote learning as part of our response to the coronavirus situation. From Monday 11 May, the campus started to gradually re-open and we were delighted to welcome back our students from Reception 3 to Year 10. For two weeks, students in these year groups came to school in half classes on alternate days. Since Monday 25 May, these students have been in school each day . From Monday 8 June we will also welcome students in Years 11 and 12.
We created the following pages to inform our community on the latest updates and share our experience with our colleagues as we address these challenging times.
Tonya is from New Zealand, and started working at ISL in 2018. She especially likes the strong sense of community and defines it as kind, caring and generous. She has also enjoyed being a class representative at school. She believes ISL is a great place to work, learn and make new connections with people from all over the world. Tonya enjoys Japanese food, the Swiss mountains and activities such as, skiing, paddle boarding, reading and learning French.