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Orienteering training in PE with 6C

Orienteering training in PE with 6C

6C practices their orienteering skills with Mr. Högkvist and Ms. Kay during their weekly physical education class.  During week 40, they will put these skills to good use during Sports Day at Hellasgården where they will be participating in many fun activities!

Sports Day is held twice a year (in the fall and spring terms) for all year levels.  This is a day filled with fun activities where the students get to work on their physical fitness and orienteering skills.


Student Work



In the Maths department, we have a wealth of material to cater for all students mathematical appetites! With heavy focus on real world applications and problem solving, students not only learn the basic concepts but are able to apply them in a number of ways, inside and outside the classroom.

We also offer students the chance to join in with a "Maths Competition Club", where students can enter nationwide competitions or the "iGCSE Cambridge Examination" - an internaitonally recognised qualification, were students learn advanced Mathematics and fully prepare themselves for Gymnasium! We also have online resources such as www.MyiMaths.com where students get individual work set or teach themselves with online lessons and homeworks (Material is suitable for all students).


You Will Be Found

"Even when the dark comes crashing through, when you need a friend to carry you and when you're broken on the ground...you will be found.*- Dear Evan Hansen 

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2017 Tony award winner, Rachel Bay Jones, sent the Project Connect students at IES Nacka a special message of love and inclusion.  Rachel Bay Jones portrays the mother, Heidi, in the popular Tony award musical Dear Evan Hansen.  


The musical is about a young boy who has social anxiety and his path to self acceptance.  Ms. Jones heard about IES Nacka's Project Connect group through her friend, Mr. Högkvist, and she wanted to reach out to the group to let them know how special they all are.  Unfortunately, the sound did not come through on the message....so the students did a great job of lip reading!