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IES Länna hosts visitors from Japan

IES Länna hosts visitors from Japan

Four educators from four different schools in Japan visited IES Länna on Monday, November 5. The group, who is touring schools in Sweden and Finland, arrived in Länna for Swedish fika, a tour given by two student council members, a staff meeting and a conversation with Mrs. Kelly. Saori Tojo, Shinichi Takahara, Yoshinari (Charlie) Inukai, and Kentaro Takai make up a group studying Nordic Education and project-based learning. These group members are not funded by any organization but instead have funded the trip themselves in order to research new and innovative systems.

IES Länna is very excited to have connections with schools in Japan, and we hope to continue our collaboration in the future!

First PTA Meeting

First PTA Meeting

IES Länna's PTA (Parent-Teacher Association)

Help us BUILD an amazing collaboration between home and school!

First meeting on Monday, November 19 at 18.00.

All parents and guardians welcome! Confirm attendance by November 18 to info.lanna@engelska.se.

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Student Work

Charity Clothing Collection Project

Charity Clothing Collection Project

We in the IES Länna Year 7 Choice Class have been collecting clothes for children who need them more than we do.

Our project is called Charity Clothing Collection Project and we have been collecting clothes from October 15, 2018 to October 26, 2018.

All the collected clothes are given to the Red Cross (Röda Korset) in Trångsund. These donations give children that do not have the same chance as us to buy new clothes. Every piece of clothing is important and could change other people’s lives. Just to wear a warm jacket when it is cold outside makes a difference for a child and we are very thankful for everyone who has helped us to collect clothes for people who need it more than we do.

You can always donate clothes to the Red Cross and keep having a positive impact on other people’s lives.

Thanks to all of you who have been a part of our Charity Clothing Collection Project.

-Alice 7A

Halloween Dress-Up Day

Halloween Dress-Up Day

Dress up in a goofy, spooky, beautiful or funny costume on Friday, October 26!

Prizes for “best costume”  and “most dressed up class” will be awarded.

Please, no masks, disrespectful articles of clothing, or weapons. Please also be careful with costumes or makeup that looks too scary (excessive blood, gore, etc.).

All school rules apply on dress-up days, with the exception of hats. You may wear a hat if it is part of your costume. Face paint is also acceptable.

With other questions, please seen Mrs. Kelly, Mr. Ljung or Mr. Pruden.

Have a great Halloween celebration!

From the Principal

Take time to CELEBRATE!

Take time to CELEBRATE!

During this time of year, when it becomes darker and colder, it's tempting to lose the energy and the positive vibes from the start of the term. At IES Länna, however, we try to find small ways to celebrate and keep our spirits up.

Today we celebrated my birthday with over 500 pieces of kladdkaka prepared in our very own kitchen. We are so thankful for our wonderful chefs from Klein's Kitchen for this special treat!

I feel so blessed to spend my special day with over 400 wonderful students. What a perfect birthday!

 

Big hugs, 

Mrs. Kelly

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