AISB G10 Health Podcasts

Regarding the Health Exam, it was a project-based exam, similar to last year. Students were required to create a podcast comprising five episodes to teach and discuss health. They have already recorded the first two episodes, and the first episode is now streaming on Spotify and Apple podcasts.

Enjoy a recording of the the first episode on youtube – “School Wellness 101

Podcast – “Injury Prevention and Safety” (made by Headliner).

AISB Students Perform with Malian Singer Rokia Traoré

As part of its 2022 Africa Day Show, Kindergarten and 1st grade students of AISB performed with talented Malian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Rokia Traoré. Rokia Traoré, who was appointed UNHCR Regional Goodwill Ambassador for West and Central Africa in 2016, also happens to be an AISB parent. 

Enjoy a recording of the students’ performance on Youtube.

 AISB Alumna Makes the Ranks of African Shapers 2021

In March 2021, 10-year-old Congolese writer Rebecca Malkia Bashi, a 6th grade student of the American International School of Bamako, published her first novel from Mali. Entitled “Witmorth Academy: The Magic Bracelets”, the book tells the story of a girl who had to fetch her sister in the forest. The plot is based on a story where a character has to go and get magic bracelets to help her friends.

Rebecca was among 45 distinguished persons of Congolese origin in 2021 named by the African Shapers media firm. African Shapers is an online new and media house providing unpublished news from actors in a changing Africa.

 We celebrate Ms. Bashi’s achievement. Copies of her book, “Witmorth Academy” can be purchased on Amazon.