What is more important
Than sending your children to a school where they love to learn?
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
What is more important
Than sending your children to a school where they love to learn?
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
What is more important
Than sending your children to a school where they love to learn?
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
What is more important
Than sending your children to a school where they love to learn?
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.

Community Connections: Field Trips and Guest Speakers

The IB connects a worldwide community of learners who celebrate a common humanity and share a belief that education can help to build a better and more peaceful world. Schools offering the IB bring a shared commitment to the IB’s mission through the learning community.

Education is a social or collective endeavour and a benefit to the community as a whole, as well as to the individuals within it. Everyone in the learning community has agency; they see themselves as contributors to its ongoing strength and success, and take action to bring about change.

To foster international-mindedness, the learning community extends to the whole IB community and views the world as the broadest context for learning. It is inclusive of everyone involved in the life of the school: students and their families, all school staff members and other important adults in the students’ lives. By situating learning within local and global communities, outcomes are considered from individual and collective perspectives, highlighting the interdependence of everyone and everything.


Together the learning community:

  • lives peacefully together
  • prioritizes people and their relationships
  • assumes shared responsibility for learning, health and well-being.

The learner profile provides many opportunities to explore attributes that underpin these outcomes, supporting everyone to be principled, caring and reflective community members.

Field Trips

ILG School encourages field trips, field studies, and use of the local community. A field trip must have:

  • An educational objective consistent with the school’s curriculum
  • Adequate preparation and supervision
  • Appropriate reflection to enhance teaching and learning, as well as for future field trips
  • Be interdisciplinary, as appropriate and possible.

Types of field trips include:

    • Day trips
    • Recurring field trips (same activity on a regular basis, such as sports tournaments)
    • Extended field trips, including overnight stays
    • Out-of-country field trips
In most cases, the School will cover the costs of field trips. Costs include transportation, food, entrance fees, and chaperone expenses.

Guest Speakers

ILG School is eager to invite guest speakers. Guest speakers can give students the change to engage in discussion, learn something new, appreciate different perspectives, gain insight into different careers Guest speakers can inspire. 

We have had a number of guest speakers including:

    • Readers
    • Musicians
    • Artists
    • Scientists
    • Bee Keepers
    • Out-of-country visitors
    • Family friends

We would love to welcome you as a guest speaker! Please contact Ms. Sikes at jennifer.sikes@ilg-ks.org to arrange a visit. 

Library Project Kosova

We Are enthusiastic to be part of the Library Project Kosova together with our Albanian learning students aged 3 to 7 years old. This wonderful initiative brings modern captivating titles translated in Albanian to students around Kosovo. The project circulates titles across schools in Kosovo and provides training and guidance on reading comprehension and strategies for the teacher to use during her Albanian literature classes.

Ms. Maliqi and her students are looking forward to being part of the project and learning together while reading the first book, “Torta me petulla” by the famous Swedish author Sven Nordqvist.

Learn more about the project by following their website.

UNICEF FOR EVERY CHILD


Different ways of learning help people to learn to respond to their own learning needs and needs of others.

This morning Ms. Larissa Bunn – Deputy Head of Office -UNICEF, Kosovo visited ILG to speak with the Third Graders about UNICEF as a learning community. Third Graders asked questions about the interconneted of organizations such as UNICEF with the communities around the world. They also shared their views how they can learn to build an understanding of the world beyond the school and home walls. 

Ms. L Brunn also donated two books to ILG School. Students of Grade Three built a firm understanding that learning happens all the time, anywhere and that we learn from one another all the time. Learning never stops and evey place in the community is a learning spot.

Thank you.

Grade Three Learning Community

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