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Global Classroom Update

27 February 2015

It was great to hear from Mr David Robinson today that NAIS is still number 1 in the world for views on the Global Classroom. In Primary Debating, our Hong Kong Warriors won against Charlotte and so NAIS is currently joint 2nd place in Round 2. In Secondary Debating, NAIS is holding strong in 3rd place. Well done to Janice Ooi, Satva Upadhay and Beatrice Villaflor (Primary) and Daniel Cheng, Valeria Kulik, Lucia Bowers Martinez and Andrew Chim (Secondary). The next debate is in April, so if your child is interested please ask them to contact Mr David Robinson.  

Don't forget there is a Creative Writing Competition. The theme is "Somewhere Unforgettable". Entries must be submitted by Monday. Also, there's a Illustration Competition too - the closing date is 16 April. If you have any questions, do get in touch with Mr Robinson.