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Amidst the COVID-19 global situation, the federal and state governments have recommended the opening of schools in Western Australia. ISWA has resumed classroom learning on 28 April with teachers and students. Some restrictions are required on campus to protect the health and safety of all.

At the International School of Western Australia, we teach a progressive International Baccalaureate education to local and international students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Through an inquiry-based style of learning, we nurture children to become self-driven, enthusiastic learners.

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Why choose The International School of WA?

International students and their families from across the globe find that ISWA is the right education option for them – whether they are staying in Perth for a short time, or forever. Find out why.

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Our Year 6’s enjoying a lesson on the brain with Mr Gee. 🧠⁣

Fun fact about this complex organ:

Have you ever wondered why you have trouble falling asleep in a new place?⁣ Well, it turns out that your brain is the blame. Half of your brain may remain alert when you sleep in a new location, especially on the first night away from home. Scientists call this phenomenon the "First Night Effect” 😴
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Our Year 6’s enjoying a lesson on the brain with Mr Gee. 🧠⁣
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Fun fact about this complex organ:  Have you ever wondered why you have trouble falling asleep in a new place?⁣ Well, it turns out that your brain is the blame. Half of your brain may remain alert when you sleep in a new location, especially on the first night away from home. Scientists call this phenomenon the First Night Effect” 😴Image attachment

Arts Week!

The fun starts today...
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Arts Week!  The fun starts today...

ISWA’s Got Talent Online for 2020! 🎭🎥

Thank you to everyone who registered. The online submissions are closed and the winner will be announced THIS THURSDAY 4th JUNE!
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ISWA’s Got Talent Online for 2020! 🎭🎥  Thank you to everyone who registered. The online submissions are closed and the winner will be announced THIS THURSDAY 4th JUNE!

6 days ago

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Congratulations to our Year 10 student Max! Max is one of the youngest students to be accepted into the UWA Conservatorium of Music, he will be majoring in Music Specialist Studies. We are very proud of you! @ International School of Western Australia ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to our Year 10 student Max! Max is one of the youngest students to be accepted into the UWA Conservatorium of Music, he will be majoring in Music Specialist Studies. We are very proud of you! @ International School of Western AustraliaImage attachment

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Congratulations Max, an amazing achievement.

Well done!

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