We had a special visit from the Easter bunny at the school today with his bunny friend and a chicken! Happy Easter and glad påsk to you all from IES Örebro!!!
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We have had a busy month at IESÖ with year 9 visits to the Riksdag in Stockholm and Örebro Länsteater, students visiting from Spain, Winter Sports Day, and Valentine’s Day.
The Sports Break got off to a great start for 113 IESÖ students with awesome weather and skiing in Romme! This is the fifth year we have offered the trip, and it's more popular than ever! We'd like to give a huge thanks to Mr. Åkerstedt and Mr. Suastegui for organising it and to staff members, parents and colleagues at IES Falun who helped make the ski trip possible!
Thank you to everyone that attended our parent’s meeting on Wednesday! We appreciate that so many of our families were able to be here, and it is a great opportunity for us to discuss important issues. We have had a great start after the break, and both students and staff are looking forward to another successful term at IESÖ.
Here are some important dates to remember this spring:
- February 7: PTA meeting
- February 15: Winter Sports Day
- February 16: Kindness and Valentine's Day celebration
- Week 8: Sportlov
- March 14: Study Day
- Week 12: Easter Break
- April 18: PTA meeting
- April 20: Induction / Entry day workshop for new students
- April 30 - May 1: Public holiday - no school
- May 10-11: Public holiday - no school
- June 6: Public holiday - no school
- June 15th: Graduation
With over 600 amazing students at our school, there's always a lot going on! But in the midst of studies, projects, labs and lunch breaks, there are often things that stand out. Things like science fair, sports tournaments, special meetings, talent shows and halloween competitions. Together these events make our school unique. To keep up to date with all that's going on, follow us on Facebook, where we publish the pictures and stories students see everyday but parents often miss out on. So like us on Facebook and add us to your Twitter feed!
A big congratulations to our finalists and to our science department for a superb 15th Science Fair! The students' time and effort paid off with many amazing ideas and projects. This is one of the IES events that former students always remember when they leave us. It really captures the imaginations of students past and present.
It is hard to believe that the Autumn term is soon ending. We have had a very busy week at IESÖ beginning last Friday with our Nobel Day celebration and julbord. It was fun to see many students and staff dressed for the occasion, and Student Council did an excellent job to host the lunch and handout ‘Nobel Prizes’ to students in each year level for positive actions they have performed this school year.
On Wednesday, we had two Lucia performances by our year 4 students. It was a very full dining room, and the students did an excellent job to perform in front of so many people. I know that the students, music teachers, and Junior School staff put in a lot of hard work for the show, and it was great that many families were able to attend! We also had a group of year 7 and 8 students that planned and presented their own performance at Barnkliniken, USÖ. I am happy to see the work of these students continue after their fundraiser for Barnkliniken in November.
Today, we had our annual Science Fair, and it was amazing to see all the learning that has taken place and the ideas from our students. I know many students have been putting a lot of time and effort into their projects, and the Science Department, student cafeteria staff and many other school personnel have been staying into the evening to help students research and work on their projects.
The last week of this term will also have many special moments with Student Choice activities, a Mentor Day, and our end of term ceremony. Please remember to check our Facebook page to see updates and photos from the various activities.
This year's Lucia performance was put on by our year 4 students. It was a very full dining room, and the students did an excellent job to perform in front of so many people. I know that the students, music teachers, and Junior School staff put in a lot of hard work for the show!
We also had a group of year 7 and 8 students that planned and presented their own performance at Barnkliniken, USÖ. I am happy to see the work of these students continue after their fundraiser for Barnkliniken in November.
During our UN day a few weeks back, Junior School wrote wishes for a better world for children. Ms Wiren forwarded these to the Swedish Embassy and from there they found their way to Queen Silvia, who read them aloud to a UN assembly, marking the 25th Anniversary of the UN Child Convention. Isn't that amazing! Watch from 06.10 minutes to hear their wishes: http://webtv.un.org/search/is-the-world-a-better-place-for-children-inte...