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My role as a DAIS member was to monitor the committee, so I would make sure that the delegates stayed focused and weren’t going off-topic, called on the delegates who wanted to speak, and kept track of the time.
Over the last few years our ISP Model United Nations (MUN) programme has grown from strength to strength engaging more students across ISP schools in the world whose voices are helping to shape the future for the better.
Why did you want to take part in the ISP Virtual MUN?
The main reason why I wanted to take part in the ISP Virtual MUN was because I had previously attended MUN in Halcyon School, UK. After having such a great time back then, I wanted to give it another go, but I thought I wouldn’t be able to after coming back to Spain. The moment I heard that one was being held and that my school was participating, I immediately asked to attend.
In 2020, we launched the ISP Maths Challenge, an annual free online competition for ISP students with a range of exciting team and individual prizes available to students. Our students go head-to-head with students from other ISP schools, testing their logical reasoning, and practising their analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.
To launch this year’s ISP Virtual Buddy Exchange Programme (VBEP) whilst also celebrating the last VBEP, we asked a student and their VBEP Coordinator to talk about their amazing virtual round-the-world journey and how it benefited them – Valeria a student, and Cristina, a Virtual Buddy Exchange Coordinator (VBEC) at Liceo Panamericano, Samborondón in Ecuador.
The importance of promoting and maintaining wellbeing has rightly been a subject of increasing focus over the past year. Driven by the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic and how we will transition out of it, wellbeing is something that will continue to require…
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