Appeal for Ukraine

Thank you to the families and staff who contributed to the donation drive of specified items for Ukraine families now living in Sweden. Another big thank you to the parents who organised this drive.


A big congratulations to our Year 9 students Eshika, Emily and Palle who took part in the maths competition Pythagoras Quest and made it to the finals in the Gothenburg region.

More Language Success

A big congratulations to our Year 8 student Sara and Year 9 student Sebastian who took part in the International Language competition and came first in the regional finals and got a bronze medal in the national finals.

Active Safety

Our student safety representative have completed the annual inspection of the school’s sound, light and temperature levels. The students’ findings were discussed with the landlord to better improve the school environment. A big thank you to our student representatives for assisting in keeping the school a safe environment for everyone.

Elite Sport

Our Year 9 student Isabelle was accepted to the prestigious Riksidrottsgymnasium. Out of 215 applicants Isabelle and 7 other candidates were selected. We wish her good luck on her new venture and can’t wait to follow her future with interest.

Playgrounds of the future

Our Year 5 students entered a competition with Chalmers to create plans, drawings and models of a future playground. Six groups had their prototype submitted the models were displayed in selected culture houses around Gothenburg.

Thinking of others

The PTA charity drive was a great success. We collected a total of 120 gifts that we donated to Stadsmission Christmas charity. Stadsmission also received many Swish contributions from families at our school. Thank you to the ESG community for great generosity!

Gymnastics Success

Three of our Year 7 students Aleah, Laura and Siri took part in a troupe gymnastics competition in Varberg on a recent weekend and their team won silver. Congratulations!

Literacy Learning

Year 1 had a literacy day recently where they looked at reasons to read and the importance of reading. They even wrote their own books.

Active Students

Our Year 2 and 3 classes have been out walking or running in the forest on Monday afternoons and on Friday 24th September our Reception to Year 3 classes completed skoljoggen.