What an AMAZING week!

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 This week has been a truly amazing week with so much going on!

Today we have all been celebrating our annual Mother Tongue Language Day. All the children, parents and teachers dressed up in clothes that represent their mother tongue language/s.

The children participated in a range of workshops which represented some of the languages that are spoken within our school. Some of the language workshops the children enjoyed were Spanish, French, Chinese, Greek, Hungarian, Dutch and Turkish. 

Story time!

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On Monday we were visited by a group of teachers from secondary and primary schools in the Brabant area who are studying innovate education as part of their masters degrees. They were very impressed with our fantastic children and the way our teaching team support our children’s learning.

On Thursday we met some new friends from  De Springplank, a primary school in Teteringen (2 mixed class of children in Groups 6,7 and 8). During this week the children from De Springplank have been having an English week, as part their special week they visited our school. They joined in a singing lesson, took part in a reading session (both Dutch and English). Afterwards all the children played together and then had a tour of our school.

We look forward to welcoming the children from De Springplank back to our school in the not too distant future!

Happy New Year!

On behalf of everyone here at the school I would like to wish you all a very happy New Year!

During our first week back after the Christmas break we welcomed 7 new children and their families to our school.  

We would like to wish all our new families well during their time at the ISB.

Please click onto this link to access the latest Primary Newsletter. 

Lots of fun!

High Tea 15-12-15

Thank you High Tea

Yesterday every child in the primary made a delicious treat for the thank you high tea for our wonderful helping mums! The parents were served by some of our Year 6 and Year 1 children.

Thank you again to all our wonderful parents for all your support and help throughout the year!

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Birthday Assembly

Yesterday we held our birthday assembly to celebrate the birthdays of all the children who have their birthdays in December.

We found out about their celebrations, gifts and sang happy birthday to the children in both English and Dutch.

Christmas Party Today 

Our children and families enjoyed our annual visit from Santa, Christmas feast and party day today.

This morning Santa arrived on his horse and cart. All the children in primary went on a ride with Santa and were given a present.

All the children brought in a favourite dish to share and enjoy. The afternoon will be finished with a disco for all the children.

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Christmas Performances

The children in primary performed, acted and sang wonderfully during all their Christmas performances this year. Well done everyone! Here are a few photographs from the performance.  

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My Greatest Wish

What is your greatest wish?

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Last week our Year 6 children were set the task of writing about their greatest wish as their home work. Here are some examples:

My Greatest Wish 

Once, in my memory I have wish, for a friend of mine.
So I waited for years, however I did not find.
Sometimes I say he or she is my friend, but they’re actually not…
But that’s in China… And that is a lonely nightmare…

And thank goodness it’s the past, however I’ve got friends now,
since I came to Nederland, to this international school in Breda.
Now I finally knew, what a real friend is,
a friend will come to help you when you got into trouble,
make you feel valuable.
But it’s not Santa who complete my wish,
it’s my mum and dad who brought me here to learn English,
have less pressure of homework and to have fun.
And at last, my lonely nightmare…
ENDED

By Harry 

My Greatest Wish

My Greatest wish is to be a famous singer like Ariana Grande.  Singing has been my hobby for ages. I like singing, because you can put any of your emotions in when you’re singing a song. You can discover how high or how low you can sing.

And I want to show the world that I also have a talent. I want people to enjoy my own music. You know what is so special about singing? It’s not only singing that makes a song. A song has a story. A good presentation for a song also has some dancing in it. A song has acting. A song has theatre.

I want to give concerts and see all those people loving my music. Of course there will always be haters, but forget about the haters. Don’t let the haters break you. There are other things more important than the haters. I want to show the world that I have a passion for singing.

By Pam 

My Greatest Wish

My greatest wish is to own five car companies and I want to invent the fastest car in the world.

My car companies will be designed in the shape of the car I invent. The company buildings will all be racing car red. I will employ the most highly qualified people who are good with engines and designing.  Each day my companies will each sell 50 cars per day. That will earn me a billion euros a year.

I will also create formula one cars. My cars will win all the formula one races. I will also own my own formula one track in Dubai, however I will have more.  

By Justin 

My greatest wish…

My greatest wish is to be a professional footballer and to win the world cup with England. I would like to be captain and lift the cup. It will be amazing. To achieve this I will need to keep practicing and have a bit of luck to get scouted.  Right now I play for a team, I have scored 11 goals in 8 games I play right wing like Messi. I will need resilience to keep going.

I will also need support.

By Jacob

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Piet and Sint Visit the Primary!

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 This week our friends Piet and Sint visited the ISB.  They left signs all around the school…

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So exciting!

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