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This month’s edition of LIS News is dedicated to the LIS Arts Programme. In a society that values measurements and uses data-driven analysis to inform decisions, we find some families, schools, and communities placing different values on the role of arts in education. At LIS, 
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“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” -Plato Dear LIS Families, If you were to ask Primary students about their favorite day or memory at LIS, I would not be surprised if Global Play 
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Dear LIS Families, On behalf of the school, may I take this opportunity to wish all families a happy new year. I trust you are feeling refreshed and ready to focus your efforts on personal and professional goals, memorable life experiences and, most importantly, quality 
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Foto Mwangole Foto Mwangole will be at school in front of the Administration Building on Tuesday (26 February) to Friday (01 March) from 7:30 am to 8:30 am. You may place your order with Foto Mwangole at this time. More LIS Home Language Week Photos 
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Assessment in the Primary Years Programme (PYP) Would you like to learn about ‘what’ and ‘how’ we assess to inform learning and teaching in the programme? Please join us in Room 6A on March 14th for our Parent Coffee Morning (8:15am – 9:35am) on Assessment 
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Home Language Week – helping out in our Performing arts Classes The week of February 18th is Home Language Week. The Performing Arts Teachers are looking for parents who would be willing to come in to their children’s classes and talk about what their music 
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The Counselling and Child Safeguarding Curriculum at LIS Last week we introduced our Primary Counseling team in our January 15 Primary Newsletter. This week we would like to provide some more information about the Counselling programme. Since August, Mr. Ryan has been teaching our counselling 
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Join Dahlia, Victor and Bluu as they grow in mindfulness in Golden Sparkles.  Written by the ELC’s Ms. Catarina and based on the journey of her own students, the book encourages readers to “Listen to your body. It isn’t hard to do. All it takes 
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George’s journey from Angola to the Republic of Congo did not have a happy beginning.  George, a chimpanzee, was stolen from his forest home and family for the illegal pet trade.  Thankfully, he was found by Dr. Cristina of Casa dos Animais. He became part 
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LIS celebrates Peace Day every September. The morning begins with an assembly and continues with a variety of Peace Day centered workshops throughout the day. The day ends with a Peace parade. The children “walk for peace” around the campus on a predetermined route and 
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