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Year 9 News - 26th May 2017

Find out what's been happening in Year 9

A word from the Year Leader.

Summer is here! What beautiful weather we are having right now and I always think when the sun shines our school looks particularly attractive.

Last week we welcomed over 200 students from across Asia. Schools arrived from Kuala Lumpar, Bangkok, Taipei, Beijing and Ho Cho Minh City to participate in Fobisia games. It was a fantastic friendly games with everybody displaying excellent sportsmanship.

Many of our older students volunteered their time to support the tournament by marshalling events, being ball boy/girls and generally supporting out Tigers. It was definitely a ‘Proud to be a Tiger’ week.

We also enjoyed performances at ‘Stage and Screen’. This was a fantastic evening packed with talent. The singing was fabulous and I always enjoy watching our students in a different light. Well done to all involved.

Exams still continue for Year 9 after we return from the long weekend. I hope everyone takes the opportunity to fit in some extra study. I have been very impressed with the mature manner in which the students have approached their exams.

Year 9 Assessment Cycle 3 | 22nd May to 9th June


Period 1

Period 2

Period 3

Period 4

Period 5

Period 6


22 May








9A History


9C History


23 May








24th May








25th May


9B Music

Maths P2

Maths P2




26th May

9A Geography

9B History

9C Geography


9A Drama

9B Geography





Wednesday 31 May




9B Drama






Thursday 1 June

9C Drama



9A – C101

9B – D101

9C – C108


9A – C101

9B – D101

9C – C108





Friday 2 June







Monday 5 June








9A – C101

9B – D102

9C – D101


9A – C101

9B – D102

9C – D101

Tuesday 6 June







Wednesday 7 June







Thursday 8 June




9C Music



Advice from our Exams officer.

General stationery (for example, black / blue pens, pencils, eraser, sharpener, geometry instruments, ruler), in clear plastic bag;

Other materials, as required for individual examinations: (for example, an electronic calculator).  If required by the invigilators, any item brought into an examination must be available for inspection. This includes electronic calculators;

A bottle of water is allowed into the examination room but it must be in a transparent plastic bottle (no glass bottles or cans) and the label must be removed.

The following is not permitted:

  • Correction fluid / “White-out”
  • Food
  • Soft drinks
  • Mascots or luck charms
  • Mobile Phones
  • MP3 players
  • Watches
  • Wearable technology
  • Pencil cases
  • Wallets

The following rules apply to the use of electronic calculators.

Students must not use or store data, programs or applications in their calculators that may assist them in an examination by removing the need to recall facts or formulae that are not provided in the examination materials.

Examination questions must not be stored or recorded in the memory of a calculator.

During an examination, no attempt must be made to conceal information or programs stored in a calculator.

If required by the coordinator/invigilator after an examination, a candidate must provide a list of information and programs stored on the calculator.

Keep up to date!

Keep up to date with everything that is happening at school via Class Dojo and our school facebook page. … https://www.facebook.com/NAISPudong/

Message from Parent Committee:

Summer Fun Day – Saturday 10th June, 11am-4pm

This year, there will be a small fee per child (100RMB) to attend the Summer Fair.

Many of our students will be asked to volunteer their time to help out at the event. More details to follow next week.

Important things to remember:


A request for donations for the Tombola has recently gone out to secondary school students.. Items such as fancy foodstuffs, boxes of chocolates, toiletries or unwanted gifts of any value would be greatly appreciated. All proceeds are donated to our allocated charities. Your help is gratefully received.

Please send in to Therese Andrews, Deputy Head of Secondary, Room C204.

Used books collection – any used books, in reasonable condition, which you wish to donate to be sold, should be sent in with your children to drop off at Main Reception as soon as possible.

We would be very grateful if you could help us with volunteering on the day. Even an hour of your time is appreciated. Please email Sarah on sarahjmagee@gmail.com.

Upcoming dates are:

Monday 29th May and Tuesday 30th May - School closed

Wednesday 7th June – Coffee Morning with Head of Primary and Head of Secondary; Aspretto; 11.00am

Friday 9th June – CCAs finish today

Saturday 10th June - Summer Fun Day

Friday 23rd June – Last day of School Year; students finish at 12pm

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