Would you like to have some more cardboard in that soup? How and why our exploitation of the ocean must stop!
Want to find out what High Schoolers really wear to school in Geneva?
Advice from students who have completed the dreaded coursework!
Tanzania Team: Sponsored Swim across Lac Leman
David Johnson, an English footballer who played for the English National Team talks Liverpool’s chances, being a role model and representing England.
23 Questions with Mr. Fyfe – Get to know his favourite year group to teach, his worst chemistry-related injury and many more!
Odysseus is a Greek tragedy discussing the main character, Odysseus, and how he makes it back to his home, Ithaca, after the war of Troy.
There has been a recent discussion as to whether our PE lessons demonstrate sexism. This brings into question how small incidences can resonate with students over time and how it affects their own views.
GREEN WEEK IS HERE! And if you don’t like it then leaf.
Although we are now one quarter of the way into 2018, and time is moving pretty fast, that doesn’t mean there aren’t loads of sequels ready to come out and help us enjoy the rest of the year.
Vote for Amanda Anastassov and her partner, Max Wallenberg, who have been nominated for the “Most Promising Swiss Sports Persons’ Prize of 2017”!
Celebrating the movement encouraging people to come together and enable change for a better world.
The annual La Chat fashion show just happened and it was amazing! Here are some photos showing the best bits.
This film is more than just a superhero movie, it’s a game changer!
Space travel – a multimillion dollar industry, but why is it worth our money?
Rob Greenfield is an American adventurer, environmental activist, and entrepreneur. He realised that what he was doing was destructive and he had to do something about it. He changed his lifestyle and now inspires people to follow.
It is down to us to lead the change our planet needs to fight single-use plastic pollution.
Why getting outside of your comfort zone is a good thing.
How important is the maths we learn in school? Do we really need it in our futures?
Could fluctuations in brightness surrounding a star be the key to one of science’s most frequently asked questions?
“We will feel the consequences of past generation’s mistakes, and it is up to us to find solutions and be motivated to change our planet.”
Renewable Energy: is there a solution to the issue of pollution? Here are the facts.
It’s been a year since President Trump was inaugurated as the 45th US President. In case you missed some of it, here is a recap of his first year in office.
Can anything in the universe travel faster than light?
Shafiur Rahman is a documentary Filmmaker who has made documentaries in a wide variety of contexts and countries. He has made several films about the plight of the Rohingya.
Trying to get through the first year of IB like…
An insight into the incredible work of JP and his family.
The film “Girl Rising” features nine inspirational girls from around the world, and shows their fight for education. Learn more about the film and its screen time!
Read about a few easy ways to learn how to better self-care. Remember that’s a priority!
Click here and read about the heroic organisations “protecting wild plant and animal species… to ensure nature will be around for future generations”
We aren’t reading enough. The proportion of children who read for pleasure drops hugely as they grow into adults.
Find out what will be happening to commemorate reading week and how you can get involved.
“The List” is a YA novel by Siobhan Vivian about a high school and the notorious list, which is published every year, one week before Homecoming…
Book lovers, I would like to start something new this year. A book club–where students can meet once […]
On January 25th Rackam Café is hosting an evening to celebrate the love of letters, both writing and receiving. Don’t miss out!
“Raccoons are in fact very smart, before consuming freshly found food, they will wash it. “
Beliefs vary from person to person- shaped by education, culture, and experiences. What are La Chât’s beliefs?
Chris Bonnington has been on 19 expeditions to the Himalayas, 4 of which were to Everest
Nick Robinson who is a world-renowned journalist at the BBC recently spoke to the Update.
Discover hidden gems taking you on a taste voyage around the world.
The subject that occupies millions of people’s lives, yet everyone is afraid to talk about. Porn, and its effect on us as a people.
Justin Webb is a renowned British journalist who works for the BBC
The death penalty has created ethical debates worldwide. Is there a definitive right or wrong?
5 kinds of technology that have the potential to drastically impact our day-to-day lives.
Euthanasia continues to polarise the general public and lawmakers worldwide. Is there a ‘right way’ to settle the disputes it causes?
Ever imagined yourself driving you kids to school one day? With the ever-evolving world of transportation, it may look far more different than you would think.
Science is Sexist is a piece on feminism and the cry for equality in the science work place.
A short fact sheet on the Whale Shark, a truly majestic animal.
Orlando Figes is a world-renowned Historian who has written numerous books on the Russian Revolution
Gary Gibbon, the political editor at Channel 4 news recently spoke to the Update