Private international school for children aged 2 to 18 of all nationalities.
Mission: We provide a high quality British style international education in English, balancing tradition and innovation. Our passion is creating a positive, safe and nurturing learning environment in which everyone is valued as individuals, empowering them to be versatile, motivated and caring people. We will endeavour to create opportunities to develop creativity, collaboration and critical thinking skills through an inclusive and personalised experience.
After an amazing two weeks of Summer School we are concluding our adventure with a Talent Show prepared by all of the groups! We wish you all a wonderful summer!
Our Secondary students have been putting their artistic skills into practice by decorating the Music Wall. It already looks great, we can't wait to hear it!
The participants of summer school don’t have to worry about having bad dreams anymore! We’ve all made dream catchers to keep the good dreams and scare away the bad ones.
Here are photos of yesterday's finished artwork by our Early Years.
Our students are proud of the tipis they themselves constructed and decorated with colourful canvases.
One of yesterday's activities involved the students making delicious burgers for their lunch break before moving on to finishing their tipis.
A quick round of 'Rock Paper Scissors' while taking a break from having too much fun.
Students tested the sturdiness of their tents by hanging tyres off of them.
The younger and older groups collaborated in building Indian tents and painting the canvas that will cover them.
The younger students went on a nature walk and stopped by the outdoor fitness equipment.
These students enjoyed some time perfecting their trick shot skills at the summer school- practising their throwing and their patience. Some students even managed a few shots on their first go! Well done to all!
Early Years exploring density with floating eggs through sink and float salt experiments.
Our older group of Summer Club participants shared a musical activity with the younger ones.
More photos of last week's shelter building.
Early Years competed in making the most aerodynamic paper plane.
Year 4 students went out for a walk and got to test the outdoor fitness equipment.
Here's Year 2 students making and testing their own alternative propulsion boats.
Our secondary summer school students continued with their project at the end of the first week, designing their idea on paper first, then tested their design by assembling the wood and talking through various possibilities. Painting was a big job but all was done on time for the end of the week to dry over the weekend. The project now continues in week 2!
Year 5 students were given an egg which represented an astronaut. They had to imagine that the astronaut is trying to land back on Earth. To imitate this, we were dropping the eggs from the top floor of our school. The students had to use their skills and imagination to work out how to make sure that the astronaut (egg) survived the drop.
The younger group of our Summer Club attendees put on an impromptu drama performance last week.
Our youngest summer schoolers have been enjoying some creative and colourful arts & crafts in the shade.
Here are some fantastic creations from our oldest summer school students during their most recent STEAM project, building self-propelled water-going vehicles.
Our eldest summer school cohort tried their hand at creating various self-propelled water-going vehicles, and to great success! Wind, water, and elastic bands, provided a source of power for each vessel. Videos to follow!
A group of our summer school students started their sound-wall project yesterday with the help of Ms. Żelezinger. The first stages involved sanding down recycled planks of wood to be painted later today, picking up some handy DIY skills for the future. Great job girls!
Earlier this week, with guidance from our MEPI Coordinator, Mr Irving, our older summer school students learned how to make a natural shelter and made breakfast together outdoors. They also had a little help from some of our younger students too. #teamwork
Our summer school team took off on a nature expedition, admiring the many colourful butterflies and picking some beautiful flowers for their afternoon activity.
A bit of beach volleyball for our summer school students before lunch.
Who doesn't love balloons? Our summer school students certainly do, and what better way to put their enthusiasm to the test than a STEAM inspired balloon race.
Yesterday, our summer school students completed some very hands-on experiments with rubber eggs, milk plastic, and slime.
A fantastic theory of evolution wall mural is being created along the first floor corridor, painted by Ekaterina from Y10B. The completed work of art will be revealed for students in August - watch this space!
Our summer school has started, with many fun indoor and outdoor activities and projects planned for our students.
Following BISL tradition, the commemorative Class of 2020 plaque has now taken pride of place on our Alumni wall. Congratulations once again to our Year 13 graduates.
Earlier this week the Year 1 students were set a floorball challenge. If they didn't manage to beat the teacher they had to draw a picture. Below are some of the pictures from some students:
EXTINCT without us HELPING!
Year 6A had the opportunity to present their ideas about how we as a school can begin to save the world. They thought carefully about the critically endangered animals that they
researched and what they could do as Global citizens to make a difference. Four groups of students decided on four different projects:
1. Cycling to school day - students from 6A will try it out first next week and if it is successful get more students involved next school year.
2. Whiteboard tables - use them as an alternative to normal tables to save on the use of paper.
3. Mechanical hand dryers - to limit the amount of paper towel used in the school.
4. Tasmanian Devil Presentation to Primary - to enlighten students about why the Tasmanian Devil is becoming extinct and encourage families to donate to their cause.
Last week was very much assessment week in Year 3, with the students completing written assessments in Maths and English, while also writing a mystery story, which they later edited and published.
The British International School of Ljubljana offers a traditional British education in the beautiful Slovenian capital, with a personalised approach to learning, enabling each child to achieve beyond their perceived potential.
The school’s ethos is to instil a passion for learning in students within a uniquely international setting. Following the English National Curriculum, the school currently welcomes students aged 2 to 18 from over 40 different countries. As such, it has one of the most varied international student bodies in Slovenia, which, as well as providing a stimulating and cosmopolitan environment, also means that English is truly the common language, spoken throughout the school by all students and staff alike.
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http://qsi.org/ljubljana Non profit international school (pre-K-12th grade) founded in 1995 serving diplomatic, NGO, and business families in beautiful Ljubljana.
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