PYP6 is happy to announce that they won bronze medals in the national research competition Nysgjerrigper. The students are proud of this achievement.
To see their awesome film where they present their project, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-feVXLyrrA.
Congratulations PYP6, we teachers are so proud of you! 🥳 ... See MoreSee Less
WOW so wonderful! How exciting for one and all! Congratulations! 🤩
Que bueno...!! Felicitaciones
Awesome! Well done! Some pretty awesome teachers at that school make for some pretty awesome students! 🎉 well done everyone!
Congratulations😃🎉 Well done👏👏👏
Well done! 👏👏😊
And you won the Gold medal🥇in Our hearts!🏆🎈🙏
We are connecting with the NTNU for an exciting day of activities to celebrate Ocean day this year. ... See MoreSee Less
Today is Open Day for our new school starters🥳 Welcome to 1st grade at ThIS!!🏫📚✏️🌸🤩☀️🌈 ... See MoreSee Less
Our MYP7 students have completed some amazing Service as Action's this year.
- Etidal and Ella who planned and created a Bake Sale to raise funds for Redd Barna.
- Louise and Sifan have been cleaning the science room during their breaks.
- Kristine organised an Easter egg hunt for the PYP3 class.
We are so proud that our students are able to take this initiative and contribute in such a positive way in the school and local community.
Great work ... See MoreSee Less
Emily's (MYP9) design explanation:
"In the inner circle, I focus on how NIBS can bring all the elements of IB together and how they can contribute to Norway’s society and the global society. According to the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), the aim of IB is to develop caring, inquiring and knowledgeable young people who can contribute to making the world a better place.
There are four elements in the IB continuum: PYP, MYP, DP and CP. NIBS wants to bring all the IB schools in Norway together. To represent this, I have the top view of four people holding hands around a globe.
For the globe, I used a more simplified version instead of showing specific continents which I experimented. The simple globe symbol in the middle represents young people of different religions, cultures, languages, races and perspectives coming together to make the world a better place and also the educators and schools coming together to make that happen.
This idea of working together for the common good also represents “dugnad”, one of Norway’s core values. “Dugnad” (or communal work) is closely connected to IB because it is about people working together for a common good.
I chose the colours of the IB continuum for the symbols of the four people. It also represents diversity. In the outer circle, I made the “Norwegian IB Schools” text larger and more prominent, curved to fit the top of the circle. I made the text in a lighter color than the acronym “NIBS” so that the acronym stands out. To distinguish the text and acronym, I used four dots to separate them, using the same four colors to stress the importance of the IB continuum (and diversity!). " ... See MoreSee Less
Our PYP5 students have been inquiring into ecological relationships within and between ecosystems in the unit called 'An interconnected world'
The central idea for the unit is: the survival of living things depends on the world around them. 🌎🌊🦐🦀🐟🐬🦈🌿 ... See MoreSee Less
That is a lovely spread! Perhaps Vitenskapmuseet might be interested after it has been displayed in the school (?)
Love this 💙💚💛🧡❤️
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