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2B Assembly and Awards

  • Class 2B assembly
  • Class 2B assembly
  • Class 2B assembly
  • Class 2B assembly
  • Class 2B assembly

PRIMARY ASSEMBLY – Star of the Week (Music) & 2B Assembly

It was a busy Assembly this morning, which started with Bobby Li playing the piano as all the children came in. Up next were 22 mini Cats in the Hats from Class 2B (Mr. Davidson’s class) who shared with us their interpretation of Dr Seuss’ Cat in the Hat. 

Finally, we celebrated achievement and effort in Music today. Please congratulate our Stars of the Week:

Year 1:  Declan Chew, Jontae Law, Terry Ye, Aryan Lokesh, Jack Hignett
Year 2:  Asel Alibekova, Lawrence Doe, Mila Nazer, Lydia Forster, Kaavya Karnavat
Year 3:  Abraham Lai, Seowon Byun, Antje Singson, Natalie Kung, Kaitlyn Chak
Year 4:  Felix Zhang, Calvin Te, George Su, Angel Ju
Year 5:  Vita Tang, Gareth Kwong, Yuzu Murase, Sonia Cheung
Year 6:  Caresse Yang, Sunny Li, Zane Freeman


Mr Bishop led a though-provoking Assembly this morning which began with a short film about Remembrance Day, a memorial day observed to remember member of the armed forces who have died in conflicts around the world. Remembrance Day is observed on 11 November to recall the end of fighting in World War I in 1918. Mr Bishop asked the students about why we continue to commemorate this day, and spoke about the significance of the poppy that many of us wear at this time of the year. 

The following students also received their high commendation for effort and achievement in music:
Year 7:  Gigi Liu, Nina Finch
Year 8:  Rebecca Chen, Anni Hangasjarvi