Congratulations to Pear, Eva, Miu Miu, Kris and Rywin on their Outstanding Cambridge Learners Awards presented at a ceremony on Wednesday last week:
Pear achieved the highest mark in the world (100%) in IGCSE Maths while in Year 10, and Eva, Miu Miu, Kris and Rywin achieved the highest marks in Thailand in German, Economics, Computer Science and (also) Computer Science respectively.
Together with Yu Jin's Highest Mark in the World in Edexcel GCSE Art, Craft and Design, awarded in September, it's been a very good term for awards ceremonies.
Last week we had two Parent/Student/Teacher Meetings, for Years 9 and 7. I spoke to many parents both days, but, if I did not speak to you, I would be very happy to hear any more feedback about the format, especially from any parents with sons/daughters in both Year 9 and Year 10 who can compare Tuesday's Year 9 Parent/Student/Teacher Meetings with the Year 10 Parent/Student/Teacher Meetings in the Sports Hall the previous week.
While many parents, especially in Year 9, really preferred the calmness when speaking to teachers we know that it is much harder for parents to have an overview, and to quickly jump between queues to see teachers without a queue, in this format than it is in the Sports Hall.
NAE STEAM Festival
At the beginning of November, nine pupils from Year 6 and three from Year 7 were selected to attend the Nord Anglia Regional STEAM festival hosted at Regents Pattaya. You can read all about this event here.
It’s (almost) Christmas!