Years 5 to 10 celebrated St. Martin’s Day for the first time together with a Formal Dinner in the gaily decorated dining hall.
A Round Square Big Build Project: Students helped to build a community centre in a small village in Ecuador.
The IB classes performed hands-on experiments in the lab of Novartis, a pharmaceutical company in Basel, Switzerland.
Teaching staff engage in creative exchanges of ideas while taking stock of changes in practice and awareness.
At seven Information Evenings in different cities Schule Schloss Salem will introduce itself to interested families.
Another milestone achieved: Once a storage area for antlers and surplus chairs, these rooms have been extensively modernized to become girls' dormitories.
At the start of the school year new students faced off against each other in competitions and got to know each other better in a sporting way.
Years 5 and 6 devoted their outdoor week to climbing, canoeing and archery.
Six students recently travelled to Canada to attend this year’s Round Square International Conference (RSIC). They found their encounters inspiring and the natural surroundings breathtaking.
One of the participants of the final excursion in the outdoor part of the “Duke of Edinburgh's Award“ shares her own personal insights.