During the week of 14th to 21st of November, the International Schools Partnership (ISP) schools around the world competed in the second ‘ISP Maths Challenge’. This year, 15,438 students from more than 50 ISP schools took part, testing their speed, accuracy and fluency in maths, on the award-winning Mathletics platform. We came in fourth as
With other ISP schools around the world, we discussed sustainability plans and initiatives for ‘ISP Futures’, a project that will help our students make changes on the planet. On this occasion, our representatives Juan Diego and Pranay explained the different efforts and changes that we have been making to protect the Villa’s Swamps.
This time, the Round Square ‘International Conference’ was held on a platform that combined fun, interaction and learning in a way we had not seen before. In it, our students played, discussed, interacted and were able to attend presentations by world-renowned speakers. We congratulate Alessandra, Andrea and Pedro, students who led activities in this incredible
The MUN – SGC team was part of the ‘San Silvestre Model United Nations 2021’ organized by San Silvestre School. Our students participated to come up with creative and diplomatic solutions on their various committees. On this occasion, we congratulate Pedro who received the ‘Best Delegate’ award representing Colombia in the ECOSOC (Economic and Social
We were part of the seventh ‘National School Debate Tournament (TNDE) – Bicentennial Edition’ where 30 teams participated in the Spanish modality and 11 in the English modality. Our Master Team – SGC, made up of Andrea, Mariana, Alexia, Bianca and Pierina, led by Miss Giuliana Lovón and Mr. Wagner Del Castillo, obtain fourth place
As part of the ‘Material World’ unit of inquiry, Grade 3 learned more about renewable and non-renewable resources, how our actions can affect the environment, and the impact it can have on the environment. They understood the importance of improving recycling practices, repairing, redesigning and reflecting to solve the problem in our community and globally.
As part of the ‘Living Together’ unit of inquiry, Grade 4 learned to recognize the different landforms and types of natural resources from the United States. Learning about the geography of another country allowed them to make comparisons on how people adapt to their needs and to become aware of having a positive impact on
We were represented by our delegation of Grade 9 and Grade 10 students at the ‘Samaanta’ conference organized by the Dhirubhai Ambani International School (DAIS) from Mumbai – India for Round Square. With more than 300 participants from Asia, America and Africa, the main theme of the conference was gender equality; hence the name ‘Samaanta’
Grade 9 participated in the pilot evaluation of the ‘Unidad de Medición de la Calidad (UMC)’’ of the Ministry of Education. This test will help to validate the instruments and procedures that will be used in the evaluations and studies of the educational communities, improving the future evaluations that will be carried out in the
Our Grade 2 and Grade 3 students participated in the intercultural meeting ‘In motion and without borders’ organized by our partner school Pedro de Valdivia – Peñalolén, Chile, part of the International Schools Partnership (ISP). Thanks to this connection, students and teachers were able to share experiences and recreational activities in the area of Physical