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Year 5 students are investigating the boiling point of water during the #science #lesson.Read More
Friendly football match between GISU and Light Academy.Read More
Hey parents, alumni, students and well-wishers of Galaxy International School of Uganda, we are ecstatic to inform you that we are wholly ready to host and entertain you this Saturday 18th November, 2017 as we celebrate ‘Unity in Diversity‘ in the IFLC Celebration. Come and bask in the joy and unity of our community. in    Read More
In an effort to create a global child, GISU will include various competitions in the IFLC celebrations. The competitions will also run on the theme ‘Unity in Diversity‘. These competitions are already on-going in school and the grand winners will be awarded on the grand finale at the IFLC celebrations. Students are making their own short movies. Here are some behind the scenes photos.   Please visit GISU’s Youtube Channel to see our young filmmaker’sRead More
IFLC Competitions / Short Movie In an effort to create a global child, GISU will include various competitions in the IFLC celebrations. The competitions will also run on the theme ‘Unity in Diversity‘. These competitions are already on-going in school and the grand winners will be awarded on the grand finale at the IFLC celebrations. A spectrum of Diversity Short film by year 12 students. “Today there is perpetual discord between man and man, communityRead More
Galaxy International School Uganda’s second Bronze expedition was a huge success! Our GISU Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Leaders took a team of 29 energetic students to Fort Portal in Western Uganda for their Adventurous Journey as a requirement for attaining the DofE Bronze Award. The expedition which started on 16th October and ended on 19th October was a true test of our students’ endurance in the 24 kilometers’ hike in the Rwenzori mountain ranges,Read More
  Mangala is a game is played by two people and it has 3 rules. Today, Tuesday 31st October 2017, Year 6B students have played it and are expected to acquire thinking and strategic skills on how to play Mangala. Most of the students followed the rules of the game and a few who were finding it hard to follow the instructions were given more explanation until they were able to play the game well.Read More

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