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Global Classroom Update!

05 December 2014

Mr. David Robinson gave an update on The Global Classroom to our Year 4s to 7. He awarded a House Point to Sunny Li (5C) for his contribution to the Mind Games section of The Global Classroom. He’s also the first student at NAIS to get a stamp in his passport! Well done!

Chloe Yuen (6B) was recognised for writing posts about books. She had responses from Beijing, Chicago and Charlotte too. House Points also go to Beatrice Villaflor, Ian Liu, Chloe Skovgaard, Harsh Anand, Nicole Chan and Sophia Forzani.

There’s a lot of great suggestions for the holidays too: Primary Book Club (with recommended books to read); you can take the Bug Challenge; learn about and discuss the Rosetta Mission and if you’re going on holiday, you can write and share about your travels!

A huge opportunity for our students is a chance for 2 primary and 2 secondary pupils to represent NAIS on The Global Classroom as Student Voice Leaders. They will take part in webinars, lead Global Classroom projects and help promote Global Classroom to the school community. If your child is interested, please ask them to contact Mr. Robinson before next Monday 8 December.