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Info about Laurie Halse Anderson

She was born on October 23rd in New York, America, now she is 56 years old. Her father’s name was Rev. Frank A. Halse Jr. and her mother’s name was Joyce Holcomb Halse. Her sisters name was Lisa Halse. She … Continue reading

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Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson

By 8 grade students; Lia and Cassie are best friends, Wintergirls frozen in fragile bodies, competitors in a deadly contest got see who can be the thinnest. But then Cassie suffers the ultimate loss-her life- and Lia is left behind, … Continue reading

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Book recommendation by grade 6F. The Stonekeeper by Kazu Kibuishi

I really liked this book because it was very fun and had cool pictures. It was quite entertaining and I would recommend it to young people with a lot of freedom and imagination. Emily , her mom and brother Navin … Continue reading

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Drawing workshops and vernissage / art exhibition

Today ISGR has been visited by the Romanian artist Daniela Ruxandra Stoian, who has held two drawing workshops in the library, with students from grade 6. This is a part of the school’s Creative School project, funded by the National … Continue reading

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We are looking forward to meet Daniela

On Tuesday, ISGR will be visit by the artist Daniela Ruxandra Stoian who will do a couple drawing workshops with students from grade 6. At 15.30-16 there will also be a vernissage. This is a part of the school’s Creative … Continue reading

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Workshops med DJ Booma

Today, ISGR has been visited DJ Booma, from England and lives in Copenhagen. This is a part of the Creative School project, underpinned by the National Arts Council. DJ Booma had an ambitious program planned for the day. It all … Continue reading

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Drama workshops on the theme of leadership

On Friday, ISGR Campus Götaberg was visited by Karin and James from Gothenburg English Studio Theater (GEST). This was within the project Creative School, supported by the National Arts Council. Karin and James held two drama workshops with students from … Continue reading

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