IGS makes its mark in a global city

IGS thanks the City of Sydney Council for including our School in their Sustainable Sydney 2050 planning event.

Deputy Principal Mary Duma attended the event which brought together leaders, influencers from business, government, peak bodies, educational institutions and advocacy groups.

Education ‘important’

She said it was important to be a part of the conversation, and used her voice to highlight the importance of education in the City of Sydney.

“The Council wants to create a global city,” Mary said.

“I reminded them that our unique, multilingual School is educating our children to be globally minded.

“We are part of the educational footprint of this area and we are very excited to be apart of this consultation process,” she said.

“It was a really inspiring gathering of people.”

Speakers at the event included Founding Partner and CEO of Gehl Helle Soholt, The Australia Institute Chief Economist Richard Denniss, The Gaimaragal Group Director Susan Moylan-Coombs and more.

Sustainable Sydney 2050 explores the community’s vision and the City of Sydney’s commitment to the sustainable development of the city to 2050 and beyond.