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Our Mission

Since 1972, we have established a welcoming and inclusive community. Our diverse cultures and languages drive all our learning experiences. 
We nurture creativity and curiosity to stimulate deep thinking. We foster insight, compassion and resilience to enable us to play a meaningful part in a changing world.

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ISL is on the edge of Gunnersbury Park in West London

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We are deeply impressed about how quickly you have switched to online schooling. You prepared in time, briefed the students excellently and everything works smoothly. Also, we are very grateful that you have taken the bold decision to move to online schooling, prior to official government measurements."

ISL Parent on Virtual School

Giving a big thank you to teachers and staff. I do think this virtual school is doing a fantastic job! Well done and much appreciated."

ISL Parent on Virtual School

I feel so much support from this school during the online learning, even from being in a different country, you continue to give education to the children. We are getting lots of help. I am so thankful.”

ISL Parent on Virtual  School

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An exploration of ancient Greek myths at The British Museum

This week, the Dutch, German, Greek, Italian and Polish Language & Literature classes visited the British Museum as part of their Mythology unit. The students explored how the ancient Greek myths were represented in pottery and the statues of the Parthenon. Through observation-based activities and interactive tasks, the students inquired into the symbols behind the myths and their importance in...

Transforming ordinary objects through the power of poetry

Grade 3 have been busy transforming into little Poets this unit. They have created a 'Museum of Objects' in class and have been using their poets' eyes to transform these ordinary objects into something uniquely creative, through the power of poetry. 

The students have been writing lots of poems based on installations they visited like The Hive, The Water Lilly House, and The Tree Top Walkway during their recent trip to...

Green recycling icon around earth

We are two students from Grade 4, and we would like to talk about a new initiative at the Food Festival on Saturday 21st May. One of our PTA members came up with the idea to have different bins for different waste items at the Food Festival. We would like to do this to help encourage people to recycle. This will make the environment cleaner. In the past, all the waste goes into one bin, so it makes it hard for staff and volunteers to organise the waste for recycling after the festival.

At the Food Festival, there will be three stations: one will be in the hall, another in the canteen and the last one will be in the playground. You will not have to go far to put your rubbish in the right place. You can focus on having a good time with your family and friends.

On Saturday 21st May there will be Grade 4 students on duty to remind you where to put your rubbish. They will tell you what bins to throw the rubbish in. By the end, we should have collected and organised a lot of rubbish.  It will be in the right place and ready...

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