Productivity has been the word of the week this week. As we approach the end of the quarter the students reach the end of thier units and draw together their learning.
I would like to thank everyone who helped with the ‘Diversity’ hand painting on Monday, which kicked on our Peace Day theme.
M5 have been putting leadership into action on their grade-level trip this week, linking together elements of Language A and I&S. They braved the rain and survived the many challenges thrown at them.
P4-5 led our share-time on Friday and shared their learning on ‘Rights & Responsibilities”, linking in with our Peace Day theme this week (see photo).
P2 have been sharing their learning about being healthy with not only each other, but those in need in our community: Mr Phil was rehabilitated and brought back to normal with an interactive lesson led by P2 (see photo).
We have also been looking to the future with a visit from Harvard and MIT, focusing on application to US universities. This is an example of the excellent opportunities available to our students to connect with top universities: 15 from the UK last week and the Ivy League this week. Look out for the University of British Columbia, Canada, next Wednesday.
In the Primary school we are also looking forward to welcoming back Ms Diana into P1, after the October break. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ms Ann-Joyce for the excellent work she has done with P1 since August: Diana adopts a class which has been in very safe hands.
Have a great weekend,