Our school calendar can help you stay organized and aware of your child's school schedule. We include important dates such as school holidays, teacher's meetings, and school performances. Check back often to make sure you always know about important events at school.
Thank you to all who supported our Bavarian Breakfast last Saturday. With over 250 people attending, this has been our largest community event so far. A special thank to our PTG for their hard work and dedication, and for making this happen.
ISU Book Week.
ISU Book Week takes place from 22-26 October. The purpose of book week is to encourage people to read books. At ISU we believe that reading is very important and by promoting books we are encouraging our learners to become more proficient readers.
Book week will include character dress-up days, guest readers, front cover design projects and writing adventures stories, amongst many more activities. The highlight of the week will be the visit of Matt Dickinson. Matt is a film maker and writer who is best known for his award winning novels and his documentary film work. In 2003 he was the co-writer and director of Cloud Cuckoo Land—an independent British movie.
Parent Contact Information.
Parents can edit/update their contact information on Managebac by following this link: https://managebac.screenstepslive.com/…/80574-updating-your…
Please ensure that all contact information is checked and if necessary updated by Friday 5 October.
We will also use the telephone numbers on Managebac to update our emergency SMS (mobile texting) system. This system will be tested in early October and more information will be communicated on this over the coming weeks.
Thank you for your support.
Our IB CAS students in the Community.
Our IB CAS students got a "shout out" in the Südwest Presse because of their volunteer work with the Einstein Marathon. The Einstein Marathon is one of the many project our CAS students are involved with in our local community. CAS is an integral part of the IB and ISU programme. The three strands of CAS - Creactivity, Activity and Service - are often interwoven with particular activities.
In order to demonstrate these concepts, students are required to undertake a CAS Project. The project challenges students to: show initiative; demonstrate perseverance and develop skills such as collaboration, problem solving and decision making. Thank you to our CAS coordinator, Ms Schanz, for making this happen.
Thank you to our PTG for hosting the Coffee Morning for families new to the ISU Community
Thank you to our wonderful Parent Teacher Group (PTG) who welcomed our new ISU families on Friday 24 August. This year ISU is starting with its largest cohort of new students, with 60 new students representing 15 nationalities. Our new families with not just enhance the continued diversity of our school but will also be positively contributing members to our community.
ISU is lucky to have such a dynamic PTG whose mission is to serve as a liaison to foster communication between families and the school’s administration, staff and School Board. The PTG is also a vehicle for fundraising with special projects and events for the benefit of the school community.
Kicken Gegen Rassimus (football tournament)
Last Saturday an anti-racism football tournament took place in Kulberg, and ISU had a team present. Congratulations to Jonathan, Raul, Enrique, Jason, Tom, Luis, Eloi and Darragh on a job well-done. The boys won their first game 3:0; lost their second, 0:3; and won their last group game 2:0. They made it through to the quarter-finals where they beaten by the eventual winners. However, even more impressed was the sportsmanship our students displayed throughout the day. The team won the Fair Play award. Thank you to Frau Schanz for providing this opportunity to our students.
A look back at our wonderful Art Exhibtion
This videos looks back at our wonderful Art Exhibtion that took place on 21 March. This was the culmination of hard work, inspiration and creativity on the part of our students. Thank you to Ms Thomas for making all this possible.
ISU Yearbook On Sale Now!
It's all about memories!
Memories of special friends, special teachers and special days.
Help your child(ren) remember those fun-filled times forever. The ISU Yearbook captures the events and people that make school special.
ISU is now taking orders for the 2017/18 edition of the Yearbook. There are limited copies, so don't miss out on the opportunity to get one.
The cost will be € 17.50 per copy.
Yearbooks will be distributed during Homeroom in June.
Please use the following link to place your order: http://bit.ly/isuyearbook
The ISU annual BBQ will take place on Sunday 10 June. Please see the flyer for more details.
Parent volunteers need for our beautification of ISU project. It will take place on Saturday 5 May from 10:00. Please see the flyer for more details.
ISU Upper School Art Celebration and IB DP Exhibition
Please come and join us in celebrating the art work of our Upper School students on 21 March. We will also be treated to a drama performance by the Grade 9 and 10 class.
Pop-Up Pasta Party!
Grade 12 CAS students cordially invite you to our Pop-Up Pasta Party! It will take place on Thursday 22 March at 19:30. Our goal is to raise money for "Children on the Edge" - an NGO that funds humanitarian educational projects involving Rohingya refugees. Tickets can be bought at the end of the school day at the entrance. Child care is available for free on the night.
ISU University and College Fair
Admissions representatives from 18 British, French, U.S., Spanish and German universities and colleges will be at ISU on 16 March. The event will take place from 12:30-16:30. There will be an opportunity to attend panel discussions, presentations, and of course, meet with the representatives individually.
Poet Des Egan visits ISU
We are pleased to announce that Des Egan will be hosting a workshop for our Grades 9, 10 and 11 students on 6 February. Des has a wide range of poetry and prose publications as well as translations and books of prose.
"Incontestably the most brilliant of all the writers who have taken workshops in Irish literary festivals, poet Desmond Egan's commitment to his students is legendary and his improvisational skills have power to stun the budding writer ... "The Irish Literary Supplement (USA)
ISU Book Fair
Happy Holidays from the International School of Ulm/Neu-Ulm! From learning and playing in the winter wonderland outside to the cosy classrooms inside, we've enjoyed all this season has to offer. May you have a peaceful and rejuvenating holiday. 'Fröhliche Weihnachten!' See you all on the 8 January.
5 a-side soccer
Congratulations to our inaugural ISU 5 a-side soccer team who took part in a tournament against racism host by Böfingen SV. The team won their first game 2:0, lost the second game 3:1, and narrowly missed out qualify with a 1:0 defeat in their last game. Congratulations to Jonathan, Jason, Tom, Enrique, Luigi, Eloi, Darragh and Finn. Thank you to Mr Carlos who acted as the player/coach and Ms Schanz who helped with organisation.
ISU's Wall of Flags
ISU's Wall of Flags was started today. Please see the progress to date. The flags represented the 33 countries represented in our ISU community. We will be added more flags over the coming days. Thank you to Stefan, Christian and Jenni for their work on this.
Der Bundesweite Vorlesetag
On Friday, we'll celebrate reading at ISU! As it is the official German "reading day", people all over Germany will read to students in schools and libraries, and we'll be doing the same at ISU. In the morning, Upper School students will go to EYP and Lower School classes and read to them. During break times, the German speaking teachers will read their favorite books to students and teachers.
St. Martin's Walk
The St. Martin's Walk takes place on Thursday 9 November at 5:00 pm for EYP1 through Grade 2.
Parents, families and friends are invited to meet at the ISU playground shortly before 5:00 pm. From there, our lantern procession will lead us on a sing-along walk around the parks edging the Donau and back to the school playground. After returning to school, you are welcome to stay and enjoy pastry geese, fruit punch and mulled wine provided by the PTG. We would like to kindly ask you to bring your own cup with you to avoid any garbage.
Indian Cultural Evening
Thank you to all who attended. This was a wonderful evening of cultural celebration and community. A special thank you to our Indian families who shared aspects of their diverse culture and enriched our community further with this celebration.
School Photos are here!
Individual and class photos have arrived and will be available to view at conferences this Friday. All orders are due to your homeroom teachers (in an envelope with exact change and your child's name please) place by Friday 27 October.
Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent-teacher conferences will be held Friday, October 20th from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sign-up sheets for individual teachers will soon be available on the flipcharts outside of the main office. Please contact the office by telephone or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are unable to come to school to make an appointment.
Indian Cultural Evening
Our ISU Indian community is hosting a Cultural Evening to celebrate the diversity and uniqueness of India. This is open to all members of the ISU community and will start at 17:00 on Friday 20 October in the Atrium.
ISU Photography Competition
ISU is running a photography competition for all our students. The best photographs will be incorporated into our website and credit given to the winners. Permission slips and further information can be obtained from Mr. Rawlinson. Photographs need to be submitted to Mr. Rawlinson by October 27.
“Theater connects“ - Kick-off
30th of September 2017 – 1 pm to 8 pm
On Saturday the 30th of September the International School Ulm/Neu-Ulm turns into a huge theater laboratory. For more information please visit our Facebook page.
Follow us on Pinterest
Follow ISU on Pinterest. We are looking forward to your visit.
ISU contribution to Regio TV
In the current issue of the IHK-RegioImpuls, the International School Ulm / Neu-Ulm is reported on. At ISU, educational goals, curricula and programs are explained.