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Secondary Weekly Update 15/03/2019 from Mr. Nick Lee

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  • Operation Smile Club

This week, our Smile Club, part of our commitment to community service, had two trips to the Operation Smile medical mission at the National Hospital of Odonto-Stomatology. We were invited to their bi-annual visit to Hanoi, through our ongoing support of this terrific charity, and it gave our students a hands on experience of seeing the charity at work.

The hospital was packed with over 100 patients on the first day. Students helped with weighing and registering patients, delivering medical files and guiding patients to the examining room. They were dividing milk packages and personal care items into individual bags and calling families who had appointments, over the phone.

 

On the second day, students paid visits to patients and their family in the hospital rooms, giving out Smile bags that the students prepared themselves. They also played with many of the children and had conversations with their families to learn more about the causes, conditions and challenges of cleft lips/palates.

Having spoken with the students about these trips, all of them said how much they enjoyed being a part of it, and how much they would like to go again next term.

My thanks to Thao Le and Duong Dang for running the Smile Club in school and for taking the students on this trip.

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  • PiDay     

Thursday March the 14th was World Pi Day and the Mathematics Department had a number of activities throughout the day.
 

At lunchtime, students were challenged to recall as many digits of Pi as they could with Thao Nguyen in Year 7 taking 1st prize for recalling 156 digits of Pi! In Year 8 Lam Anh was able to write out 125 digits.

 
In the afternoon, all of Year 8 and Year 9 were put into groups in their houses to compete in an international Trade Challenge. This had students acting as different countries trading with each other for resources and manufacturing paper shapes, the most valuable of which was the circle. This challenge had links to Economics, Geography and Business Studies with students having to work well as a team and make smart trades with other teams. My thanks to Mr Richards and the Maths team for making Pi come to life in the school - it was such a good afternoon.

 

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  • Universities visiting   

This week, we had 30 universities that visited us  - universities from all over the world. The library was packed with students visiting the stalls and it was a really worthwhile experience for our Year 11 and 12 students to find out what courses are available  - particularly in their early days of looking at what they might want to do when they leave school.

My thanks to Mr Widemann, our University Guidance Counsellor, for organising this as part of our ongoing careers and university provision.

 

I hope you all have a great week ahead