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Year 8 News - 4 March

New to the newsletter this week is the introduction of our Student Reporters. In our newsletters to date, teachers have been updating what has been happening in lessons and the topic focus for the week. Students have now been given the opportunity to volunteer themselves as a student reporter and give a student’s perspective on what they have been learning in class, as well as their highlights of the week. Check out the picture of 8A’s reporters; Seransh, Dae Hee, Sartak, Mikkel and Alex. Many thanks for their reports this week.

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Year 7-9 Academic Review Evening

Many thanks to all parents and students who attended the ARE evening on Monday night. It was great to see such a high attendance from Year 8 parents. ARE evenings are an extremely important and worthwhile opportunity to talk to teachers regarding your son/daughter’s progress. If you were unable to attend for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact your son/daughter's subject teachers to find out how they are doing!

The Global Challenge –  Rube Goldberg

The 2016 Global Challenge focuses on STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. This year, the Global Challenge involves our whole school collaborating and working together to create the biggest, most exciting and inventive Rube Goldberg machine that Nord Anglia Education has ever seen! Students across the school have been collaborating to design their own Rube Goldberg machines and final designs are in. The results of who has won will be out soon so continue to check Global Campus online!  

Upcoming Events & Dates

8 – 11 March – Beauty and the Beast performances each evening

10 March – Careers Fair

14 – 18 March – Book Week

15 – 19 March – U13 FOBISIA Games – Hong Kong

17/18 March – UK National Space Academy visit

21 – 25 March – International Week

24 March – International Music Evening

25 March – Term 2 reports distributed

25 March – end of Term 2 (re-opens Tuesday 5 April)

Lesson Updates & General

Spanish

Year 8 with Mr Tsui started learning how to describe their holidays – an introduction to past tense.

German

The Year 8 German class have been talking about household tasks in the past  - how they  helped their parents out this weekend!

Mandarin

In Mandarin Students are finishing their final video about the introduction of our school.

English

Now that all Year 8 have come to the end of their unit on film studies, they will be looking closely at short stories this half term.

Science

Year 8 have been looking at the ways we classify different organisms and have observed pond water to identify different microscopic plants and animals.

Student reporters

Saransh Mehta 8A for History

In History we are studying the abolition of slavery and we are to present a project on iMovie about the abolition of slavery. Slavery was not good as human beings were not being humane and treating other humans like animals; I think that it is good that slavery was abolished but it is bad that it still exists in some parts of the world.

Mikkel Raan 8A for Art

In Art we are working on shading  different objects such as skulls, vegetation, and other natural objects. Our teacher during this topic has said, "God doesn't work in straight lines." This leads us to try to increase our accuracy by making our work include less straight lines. We are about to start a new topic, Sculptures!

Dae Hee Han 8A for English

In English we have been looking at film reviews to be able to complete our assessment which is writing our own film reviews, by looking at different types of trailer films to identify the type of genre and their generic conventions such as comedy, action, fantasy etc.

We have been making posters to gain more knowledge of analysis of different films. It helped us understand more about films.

Sodexo Lunch Card

As you know, in order for the students to purchase food in the Hub they must use a lunch card. It is essential that students use the correct system for purchasing food. Cash top-ups to the card can be made at the payment counter in the Hub. Students then hand their card to the Sodexo staff at the till to buy their food. They should hand in their card not state their card number. Please could you support the school system by ensuring that every student has their own card available for use.

Mr C Northedge

Year 8 Leader

 

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