As we come to the mid-point of the second quarter it again amazes me how much the students and staff have achieved. Each day is a busy mix of work and activity/play, but all experiences where learning takes place.
Last week we had two amazing sports days involving almost our entire school population. Our students were amazing, putting in 110% to all their events. I would like to single out Mr Ratsakatika for all his efforts during these two days – he made everything look so effortless, when of course we all know it took a great deal of planning and preparation by a whole team of people. Well done.
This week M4 have been away in West-Kilimanjaro, with the science and mathematics departments, on their interdisciplinary unit (IDU) trip with Moshi campus. A great time was had by all, along with lots of learning taking place.
P3 & P4-5 visited Braeburn on Thursday to watch the dress rehearsal of Cinderella Rockerfella. An amazing performance and really enjoyed by all the students. P5-6 also travelled Wednesday to Friday, going into Tarangire national Park with students from Plaster House; this is an annual event run by Mr and Mrs Bowen – again enjoyed and appreciated by all.
I will be away next week on a CIS/NEASC school accreditation visit in southern Africa. As a result I will miss the excitement of the annual Moshi Sports Weekend. I wish all our students well (almost all the secondary school will be travelling to Moshi campus) and hope for many sporting successes.
Have a great weekend,