GIS says goodbye to its oldest students


Garden International School (GIS) said farewell to its oldest students as they prepare for their final IB examinations.

There was a special whole school assembly to say goodbye to the Year 13 students, who are in their final year of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

Our IB students entered the main hall to a fanfare and guard of honour from the IB1 students. Random teachers and students then stood up to offer some memories of each IB student, and wish them well for the future. IB students then performed their own IB-inspired song to send off their friends. IB is the world’s leading pre-university course; for more information, visit

Even some of GIS’s youngest students stood up to praise the IB students.

IB students listened to light-hearted stories about themselves!

IB2 students were given a guard of honour as they entered the hall for a special assembly.

A Year 10 student stands to talk about one of her IB friends.