WRITTEN BY
Miriam Foster
11 December, 2020

Why the Student Council (STUCO) is so important for our Primary students at Northbridge

Why the Student Council (STUCO) is so important for our Primary students at Northbridge The Northbridge International School Cambodia Student Council began this year with each class deciding who would represent them. The students had to complete an application, and in some classes, there was even an election!

The Northbridge International School Cambodia Student Council began this year with each class deciding who would represent them. The students had to complete an application, and in some classes, there was even an election!

When asked what their role is the representatives agreed the following;

·       Improving the school

·       Representing your class and school

·       Collecting your classmates ideas

·       Developing and being a better leader

This semester, the representatives organised Spirit Week and STUCO Day which was held virtually.

When deciding who will be a representative for special events, a name was drawn randomly from a hat. For International day, Sophie’s was selected. “I was scared that I will forget my lines, but I decided to take a risk and tried all my best efforts to say whatever I remembered in a smooth, loud, and confident voice, and my hard work did payoff!” reflected Sophie.

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DJ O’Connell and Khendy Kao attended the Remembrance Ceremony with Mr Richard and Mr Clarke.

Currently, the STUCO team are designing a t-shirt so they’ll be more recognizable around school. Make sure you say “Hi!” to them, share your ideas and watch out for next semester’s events!