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During the past month in Physical Education (PE) class, 6C has been learning basic camping and survival skills with Ms. Kay and Mr. Högkvist. The students have been learning how to erect a tent, set up a fire safely and also learn about the importance of environmental responsibility. The students did a great job and demonstrated fantastic team work!
*Regarding admissions for August 2019 Year 4:
We are continuing through the next batch of applications in the queue to fill our last few places, we have currently reached those that have applied before the beginning of September 2013. We will wait for these to get back to us and then continue down the queue in order of application date until we have filled our 150 places.
During the application process we will update our website regularly on how far we have come in the queue (according to application date)
- please note that we cannot give the actual queue place (number).
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Please note that we can’t give any information about any other schools, please contact them directly or via our central website www.engelska.se
*Angående antagning för HT 2019: Vi har börjat att se över nästa del ansökningar för de som står i kö till åk 4 HT 2019 och vi har kommit fram till de som ansökt före början av september 2013. Vi väntar nu på svar från dessa och kommer sedan fortsätta vidare i köordning tills vi fyllt alla 150 platser.
Under antagningsprocessen kommer vi att uppdatera vår hemsida regelbundet om hur långt i vår elevkö vi kommit (enligt ansökningsdatum) - notera att vi kan ej ge information om köplats.
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On Wednesday 6th March, 2019, students represented IES Nacka in the Språkolympiaden 2019 competition at Kungsholmen Gymnasium.
The contest began with French. Anna Lundgren and Lara Pallarés and Maria Clara Talaba Fernandes represented our school and at the end of 21 questions there were four schools tied on 12 points. There were five tie-break questions and Anna & Lara got 4 out of 5 questions right, taking 3rd place and were awarded a trophy!
1. The French School, Stockholm
2. Vasa International
3. IES Nacka
The next competition was Spanish. IES Nacka were represented by Lisa Prahl, Lydia Brorsson and Jaya Kask. This was such a close competition and at the end of 21 questions there was a tie-break for second and third place. The questions were tricky but Lisa & Lydia put up a great performance but were just pipped at the post by IES Älvsjö. So close! We finished 4th.
1. IES Gävle
2. Viktor Rydberg Skolan
3. IES Älvsjö
4. IES Nacka
Straight after Spanish came the English contest and our hopes rested with August Kjellsson, Camilla Uggla Pino and Esther Wikström. They put up a great performance tackling some very difficult questions. Our team were beaten in a tie-break against IES Täby and came 4th. A very close-run contest indeed.
1. Kunskap Skolan
3. IES Täby
4. IES Nacka
And finally, the Swedish competition began with IES Nacka’s team of Edvard Eriksson and Iheb Daboussi. They fought really hard and answered some tricky questions on a range of Swedish topics. At the end there was a battle for 3rd place in which the organisers had to think up several more tie-break questions on the spot as they had run out of questions to separate IES Huddinge and ourselves. In the end, the last question on August Strindberg caught out our team and IES Huddinge took third place and in a very close contest.
1. Vasa International
2. Kunskap Skolan
3. IES Huddinge
4. IES Nacka
We returned to school with one shiny trophy and our heads held high as our students did their best and most of all, they enjoyed participating in this exciting competition for the whole of the Stockholm region. If you visit our reception, you will see the trophy for French in out glass cabinet in reception. Great work!
Ms Davies and team!
One of the many fun activities students do during Junior Club is clay art and some students also learned how to make claymation videos.
Below is a claymation video, "An Ordinary Walk with the Dog", made by Victoria in 4D.
It has been an eventful autumn term and we are all looking forward to the holidays. Everyone has been dedicating themselves to academic and social development. We have been incredibly busy both in different subjects and Year Level activities.
IES Nacka students continue their quest for excellence in Math and English iGCSE exams. The Year Level 8 students are going on excursions to practice Spanish by practicing directions, going to restaurants and filming so it can be shown to the teachers. Our Year Level 4 students have made the transition to IESN and are learning English at a frenetic pace. We are all so very proud of their tenacity and growth mindset. The library has been in full swing with celebrating European Day of Languages, reading initiatives, as well as the “Bookmark competition”. The creative talents of our students is amazing.
This autumn our Year Levels, with the support of our parents, have been the busiest in the school’s history. From Year Level 4 to Year Level 9 events have been non-stop at the school. Halloween parties, Fun Friday, disco parties, ping-pong tournaments, fika parties, to career day (15 parents and alumni spent the day with Year Level 9) are just some of the things that have been going on this term. We are really looking forward to the talent show that is taking place in January. Please look out for the information and come and support our future stars. Last but not least I want to mention the excellent work of our student council. We have been getting great ideas for lunch, playground equipment, café games and so much more. They are truly dedicated to informing the school leadership about the social and practical needs of the student body.
We at IES Nacka wish you all a joyous and peaceful holiday season. Please remember our first day back to school will be January 8th, 2019.
Principal IES Nacka
”We dance for laughter, we dance for tears, we dance for madness, we dance for fears, we dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.” - Albert Einstein
6C created there own dance routines in Wednesday’s PE class with Mr. Högkvist and Ms. Kay. Stay tuned for next weeks PE class where they will be creating a larger group dance!
6C is "flipping out" over their PE Class with Ms. Kay and Mr. Högkvist this week!
Although the weather is getting colder and darker, the students in Junior Club are having a sunny outlook with many fun activities!
Plus Plus Christmas reindeers made by Valentin and Oliver in 4D!
Having fun playing with dominos!
When you can’t go to the beach, you can always play with sand at Junior Club!
Or relax with friends and watch a good movie!