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Beyond the Classroom: Week Ending 05/25/16

  • Rayya Babar, Year 3, Outstanding Orangutans
  • ABRSM Students
Rayya Babar

Year 3, Outstanding Orangutans

Rayya recently decided to have her very long hair cut and donated to Locks of Love. Locks of Love is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that provides hair pieces to financially disadvantaged children suffering from long term medical hair-loss. Most of these kids suffer from a condition known as Alopecia areata, an autoimmune skin disease that has no known cause or cure. She felt this was a small way she could be of help to someone.

Submitted by Rabia Ibtasar


ABRSM Students

Well done to our Year 6 ABRSM students who worked so hard to achieve 100% pass rate on their music exams this year! Congrats!

Submitted by Charmian Lyons

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