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Friends and Frenemies

Friends and Frenemies

Leela D., Junior reviewer from grade 2

May 17, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, Reviews

The Book Dork Diaries: Tales From A Not Friendly Frenemy Author and Illustrator:  Rachel Renée Russell What's it about? This book is the 11th in the series of Dork Diaries. The previous books were about a girl named Nikki Maxwell who joins a new school where she meets her worst enemy called Macke...

Amazing Athletic Performances in Nordic Network

Amazing Athletic Performances in Nordic Network

Emma V. and Erik H., Reporters

May 13, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, Sports

SIS competed in running, beach volleyball, football, innebandy (floorball), and basketball during the NNST tournament. The Senior Girls' football team, who played in a mixed team with girls from Oslo International School, came in first place. Our Senior Boys basketball team won the tournament as...

Grade 7s Sell T-shirt to Help Refugees

Grade 7s Sell T-shirt to Help Refugees

Podcast produced by Kacper T + Filippa S, Guest podcast reporters

May 6, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, Newscast, School

Listen to the podcast. Click here to order t-shirts and support this good cause.   https://youtu.be/U0tm6c5Nftc

New Harry Potter Story Fills in the Gaps

New Harry Potter Story Fills in the Gaps

Stuvi K., Junior reviewer from grade 2

May 2, 2019


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I want you to read it Harry Potter and the Cursed Child because Harry Potter’s son becomes like his dad. It has a pretty good feel with scary and romantic adventures and dialogues. I like the way J.K. Rowling skips parts in the story. It’s very nice how she makes her stories adventurous. They aren...

Visual Arts Inspired by Music and Emotions

Visual Arts Inspired by Music and Emotions

Angelina F., Guest Writer and art student

April 9, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, School

On Thursday 28 March, at 17.00, the DP Visual Arts Exhibition was held in Art room 55 in the main building of Stockholm International School. Curated by the artists themselves, the exhibition featured the marvellous artworks of Maya Davison Kunhardt and Carmen Koidumäe, two grade 12 Visual Arts ...

An Unforgettable Experience in New York

An Unforgettable Experience in New York

Emma V., Editor

April 5, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, MUN, School

(Song: Alicia Keys "Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down") This year, 11 students from SIS travelled to New York to attend the NHSMUN conference. After months of research for our various committees, including writing opening speeches, policy memos, and drafting possible clauses - it was fin...

Food, Fun, and Festivities at the Language Fair

David M., Reporter and Editor

March 29, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, School

On Wednesday, March the 20th, students from the EAL, Swedish, Spanish, and French language classes celebrated the language, traditions, and cultures. It was an excellent opportunity to practice their language, share knowledge and learn something new about other cultures. The evening was marked w...

Pi Day with 7P

Pi Day with 7P

Fanni V, Junior Reporter

March 27, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, School

Overall, The Pi Day was a successful event for 7P. The class was divided into 2 teams: The GREEN team consisting of girls and The RED team consisting of boys. We had printed different nature patterns, cut various shapes and had so much fun while doing it! When Pi Day had reached us, the Green team...

War and Friendship in Brussels

War and Friendship in Brussels

Lindsay M., Guest Writer

March 25, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, MUN

 At eight o'clock on the Friday night of March 8th, thirteen students and their teachers landed at Arlanda Airport. They were greeted by parents and friends, or in my case an empty train platform, and sleepily got in their cars to head home. These exhausted students had just spent a week writing ...

Global School Strike for Climate Change

Global School Strike for Climate Change

Emma V., Editor

March 18, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, School

Thousands of students in Stockholm took part in the school strike for climate change. They skipped their classes on Friday to march through the city and demand for politicians to take action against climate change. Many of the students created banners with slogans such as, “Why would we study fo...

Tips on Vintage Shopping

Tips on Vintage Shopping

Eveline L., Guest Writer

March 11, 2019


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I’d like to share some advice regarding vintage shopping. If you’ve read my blog before you know that most of my clothes are bought second hand. Before I started wearing vintage clothing I, of course, wore clothes from normal stores, BUT shopping vintage is SO MUCH BETTER. I will, therefore, g...

Creative Pursuit of Personal Projects

Creative Pursuit of Personal Projects

Emma V., Editor

February 20, 2019


Filed under Featured Articles, School

Every year, the students in MYP 5 complete the “personal project”. This project includes a product, a process journal, and a report. The project spans from September until March and requires hard and dedicated work. Some of the projects this year include a digital guide for athletes, a website ...

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