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10

11 & 12
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34%

Local students

75%

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66

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At the International School of Western Australia our purpose is clear and informs everything we do – to inspire and challenge our students to learn, achieve and make a difference in the world.

David Gee - The Principal

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At the Languages Week assembly today, some brave Year 11 students shared their own personal stories about diversity. 🌏Some of the powerful messages spoken by our students:“I am so blessed to be attending a school where I have been given the opportunity to further my education without the additional pressure of stereotypes.”“When I moved to ISWA I embraced my nationality and learned that being more confident in your heritage will make it easier for people to accept you as you are.” We are so proud of our ISWA community! ... See MoreSee Less

At the Languages Week assembly today, some brave Year 11 students shared their own personal stories about diversity. 🌏  Some of the powerful messages spoken by our students:  “I am so blessed to be attending a school where I have been given the opportunity to further my education without the additional pressure of stereotypes.”  “When I moved to ISWA I embraced my nationality and learned that being more confident in your heritage will make it easier for people to accept you as you are.”  We are so proud of our ISWA community!

3 days ago

International School of Western Australia

Languages Week is an annual event held at ISWA to promote language and culture from around the world. 🌏 ⁣At ISWA, we are happy to celebrate our diversity and show curiosity about the many languages in our community and the cultural aspects associated with them. ⁣Today, all the primary students of French have experienced playing a game of “Pétanque”, an outdoor game which has its origins in the region of Provence. The students had fun using their French while playing outside! 🇫🇷 @ International School of Western Australia ... See MoreSee Less

Languages Week is an annual event held at ISWA to promote language and culture from around the world. 🌏 ⁣
⁣
At ISWA, we are happy to celebrate our diversity and show curiosity about the many languages in our community and the cultural aspects associated with them. ⁣
⁣
Today, all the primary students of French have experienced playing a game of “Pétanque”, an outdoor game which has its origins in the region of Provence. The students had fun using their French while playing outside! 🇫🇷 @ International School of Western AustraliaImage attachmentImage attachment
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At the Languages Week assembly today, some brave Year 11 students shared their own personal stories about diversity. 🌏Some of the powerful messages spoken by our students:“I am so blessed to be attending a school where I have been given the opportunity to further my education without the additional pressure of stereotypes.”“When I moved to ISWA I embraced my nationality and learned that being more confident in your heritage will make it easier for people to accept you as you are.” We are so proud of our ISWA community! ... See MoreSee Less

At the Languages Week assembly today, some brave Year 11 students shared their own personal stories about diversity. 🌏  Some of the powerful messages spoken by our students:  “I am so blessed to be attending a school where I have been given the opportunity to further my education without the additional pressure of stereotypes.”  “When I moved to ISWA I embraced my nationality and learned that being more confident in your heritage will make it easier for people to accept you as you are.”  We are so proud of our ISWA community!

3 days ago

International School of Western Australia

Languages Week is an annual event held at ISWA to promote language and culture from around the world. 🌏 ⁣At ISWA, we are happy to celebrate our diversity and show curiosity about the many languages in our community and the cultural aspects associated with them. ⁣Today, all the primary students of French have experienced playing a game of “Pétanque”, an outdoor game which has its origins in the region of Provence. The students had fun using their French while playing outside! 🇫🇷 @ International School of Western Australia ... See MoreSee Less

Languages Week is an annual event held at ISWA to promote language and culture from around the world. 🌏 ⁣
⁣
At ISWA, we are happy to celebrate our diversity and show curiosity about the many languages in our community and the cultural aspects associated with them. ⁣
⁣
Today, all the primary students of French have experienced playing a game of “Pétanque”, an outdoor game which has its origins in the region of Provence. The students had fun using their French while playing outside! 🇫🇷 @ International School of Western AustraliaImage attachmentImage attachment

4 days ago

International School of Western Australia

Creative photos from Mr Morison’s Year 9 Media Design class. Some students have been capturing fantastic images of the native plants around the campus 📷🌿 @ International School of Western Australia ... See MoreSee Less

Starting the week at ISWA with a rainbow! Lucky campus 🌈 ... See MoreSee Less

Starting the week at ISWA with a rainbow! Lucky campus 🌈

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