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Key Stage 2: Everybody’s feeling warm and bright

A full house was in attendance to see the Term 1 ECA Dance Concert...Students from Year 6 and 7 from STA were selected to participate in the Regional NAE STEAM Festival...Catch up on all the Christmas programmes and activities coming up right before we break for the holidays.

STA Dance ECAs Performances


On Friday, we welcomed a full-house audience to watch Term 1 ECA dance concert. Children from Reception to Year 6 enjoyed showcasing their talents as they performed a variety of dances for friends and family. 

The range of dance ECAs keeps developing and we were proud to witness: contemporary, jazz, ballet, hip hop, cheerleading, tap and even some of the teachers taking part!

Take a look at the ECA sign up list on moodle for dance opportunities in term 2.

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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. As part of the selection process, the children had to think about our world which is overrun with single-use plastics. They needed to take a powerful image to portray the message that could be used to change attitudes.

Here are some of their entries:
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Ella

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Nina

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Pun Pun

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Tan

Pupils from Nord Anglia schools in Asia and the Middle East attended the regional festival. It was a wonderful opportunity to come together and work on real projects. This year pupils listened to a key-note speaker from Ford who explained the design process and challenges whilst designing the Ford Ranger Raptor. Students then took part in various specialist STEAM workshops which included robotics, coding, 3D modelling, art techniques, photography and augmented reality, before focussing on an MIT inspired challenge.

This year’s challenge was called ‘extreme exposure’ which was based upon the research of MIT professor Allan Adams. Pupils were expected to research and present their findings of unfamiliar and difficult terrain and then create a device or develop a technology which would enable the exploration of that environment which humans could not otherwise reach. Our pupils had to research, present, discuss ideas, formulate plans, critique their work, rate their ideas, and then make and test prototypes, develop their initial ideas before presenting their final product. Examples of environments that were taken on by students included: Deep Sea Exploration, Black Holes, and Volcanoes. It was a wonderful opportunity to explore new ideas, collaborate with others (working with pupils and teachers from different schools).

It was an action-packed, fun-filled three days and all those who took part had a wonderful experience. Watch this space for more STEAM challenges coming soon…

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KS2 Christmas Concerts & Christmas Fair

Next Wednesday, 11th December, we will be celebrating the festive season with our KS2 Christmas Concerts (see poster below for timings and details).

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Christmas Writing Competition

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Christmas Gifts for the BRC

As always, we will be collecting presents to donate to the children at the Bangkok Refugee Centre (BRC). The children who the centre helps often leave behind everything to escape war, persecution or extreme poverty. A small gift can make a big difference when you have nothing, so we ask everyone in our community to prepare a gift box, which will be delivered to the BRC in time for Christmas. 

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KS2 families can leave their gifts under the Christmas Tree in the School Office. The boxes could include: small toys, toiletries, books, underwear, etc. When you have filled and wrapped your box, please make sure it is clearly labelled. The label must include who it’s for - boy or girl - and which age group the box is suitable for. Boxes can be left under the Christmas tree in the School Office from today.

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Tanzania Dress Up Day

Our High School students are very lucky to have the opportunity to go to Tanzania on a Nord Anglia Education Expedition. On this, they venture into the local community and to embark on a number of community service projects which support the local people. The children’s flights, accommodation, etc. are all paid for by them, but the money that goes towards supporting these projects is raised by them through a number of events and activities organised by them.

On Monday 9th December, children can choose to come to school wearing an outfit that is Tanzania themed. This could be simply wearing the colours of the Tanzanian flag or they could be more daring and could come dressed as an animal that you might find living in the wild in Tanzania.
 
This is a voluntary event. We ask that everyone who chooses to participate gives a suggested donation of 50 Baht. 
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Here’s some background as to what the colours of the Tanzanian flag represent.

Green: natural resources of the country.

Yellow: mineral deposits found in Tanzania.

Black: the Swahili natives of the country.

Blue: water bodies across the land.

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The Friday Night Game

Some of you might have heard of ‘The Friday Night Game’, a popular Basketball event that has been hosted at High School. We are pleased to announce another of these exciting evenings coming up at the end of November - and all for a good cause.

The Nord Anglia Expedition to Tanzania has in recent years become an important highlight on the calendar of some of our older students, as they travel to Africa to take part in community projects. One of the conditions of their place on the expedition is to do the majority of fundraising themselves. Check out the poster below for details on how you can contribute just coming to watch a little basketball, some amazing dance performances and more.

To take part in this non uniform day we ask the children to bring in a suggested donation of 50 baht.

 
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Upcoming events 

  • National Father’s Day (School Closed)- Thursday 5th December

  • NAE Games in Vietnam - Fri 6th - Mon 9th December

  • Constitution Day (School Closed) - Tuesday 10th December

  • Y3 & Y4 Christmas Concert - Wednesday 11th December @ 1 pm

  • Y6 Christmas fair - Wednesday 11th December @ 2.30 pm

  • Y5 & Y6 Christmas Concert - Wednesday 11th December @ 4 pm

  • Y4 Titanic Day - Thursday 12th December

  • End of term - School closes at 1 pm - Friday 13th December