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Message from Secondary

It has been another great week at NAIS Pudong. We welcomed Mr Anu Ojha OBE, Director of the National Space Academy to the school once again and we were delighted that he was able to spend some more time with our Year 10-13 students. In his lecture and subsequent Q&A, he challenged the way our students think, encouraging them to engage their critical thinking skills to evaluate the wealth of information they are bombarded with in everyday life. You can read more about the visit with an account from Sammi Huang in Year 13 here. Mr Ojha was here to arrange the visit his team will make in November when they will be running Physics Masterclasses with students from local schools as well as our Year 13 and Primary students. We look forward to their return.

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This week we have also had the pleasure of announcing the full Student Leadership Team. A few weeks ago students were asked to apply for these roles and our Year 13 leaders have spent a significant amount of time considering these applications. We are pleased to announce that the following students have been successful and will represent their peers in the following areas:

 

Internationalism

House and Sport

Service

Arts and Culture

Y7

Mehar Parmar, Emma Lubrano and Garance Roule

Y9

Olivia Mills

Y11

Hagar Shimoni, Josephin Ebeling and Jenny Pang

Y12

Benedicte Vestrum and Eric Chen

Y7

Ciro Verni and Mia Darjani-Keenan

Y8

Ciara Wallace and Warren Gichana

Y9

Matthew Ward and Nehmat Parmar

Y11

Luca Ruisi and Sarah Thornton

Y12

Jule Scholten and Filippo Carnelli

 

Y7

Harry Lin, Mahaut Barral and Marlene Wiener

Y9

Susan Wang and Sarthak Bodhale

Y11

Amelia Murphy, Angela Ji and Kajsa Persson

Y12

Cindy Son, Ahra Jang and Giselle Gan

Y13

Kavya Venkat

 

Y7

Vaishnavi Ashok and Yoko Iida

Y8

Abe Zakhem and Amanda Yong

Y9

Michaela Jang and Hannah Tan

Y11

Lukas Van der Putten and Sylvia Wintersperger

Y12

Eunice Lee and Shreya Khot

 

Thank you to all students who applied, this was a challenging decision for the Year 13 students and we are lucky to have so many excellent applicants to choose from. There will be many other student leadership opportunities during the school year which we will communicate to you. Many congratulations to the students listed above.

The school year is now in full swing and you will receive the first report of the year next Friday. The Settling In Report is designed to give you a summary of how your child has started the year in terms of their engagement with learning. The first formal opportunity for you to discuss your child’s progress with their subject teachers is during the upcoming Academic Review Evenings being held during the weeks of the 10th and 17th October. Please see the website calendar or your Year Newsletters for specific dates and times.

We are looking forward to our annual International Week celebration next week. Students in Years 7-9 will undertake learning about the UN Global Goals during their lessons and all students will participate in the whole school events during the week. We know that everyone is excited about the Food Fair and Parade of Nations being held on Thursday and we also eagerly anticipate the lunch time concert celebrating world music and dance.

 

Therese Andrews and Carol Camargo

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