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Great achievements in Art!

  • Assembly on 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016
  • Assembly - 22 January 2016

Congratulations to our Primary Stars of the Week in Art who are: 

Year 1: Jerry Feng, Annabelle Mitchell, Shiloh Wong, Serge Leung, Jules Prin

Year 2: Tristan Wong, Elsie Mackness, Claire Chan, Kristin Knowles, Kaavya Karnavat

Year 3: Naomi Khaira, Hyeonseo Oh, Jessie Dong, Bair Batomunkuev, Yvette Engle

Year 4: Felix Zhang, Luca Brown, Ceren Sener, Ananya Gracias, Cool Zhang

Year 5: Frida Bratsberg, Cedric Lau, Jasmin Coan, Steven Gu

Year 6: Kia Letcher, Jasmine Law, Brendan Wang

Today in Primary assembly, Caernarfon took all the awards in last week's Inter House Football competition for both Key Stage 1 and 2 - well done!

Head of PE, Mr. Martin Pate launched the Global Games Asia 2016, where we will be the host for this 3-day event taking place in Hong Kong. He announced the names of the pupils who will be competing for NAIS Knights.  What started as the ‘Nord Anglia Asia Games’ has already grown into the ‘Global Games’ as similar sporting events are now being held among our schools in North America and Europe. 

A special thanks to Mary in Class 4E who only just joined NAIS - she played beautifully on the piano this morning!


In Secondary, High Commendations in Art go to: 

Year 7: Gigi Liu, Kate Wong

Year 8: Sebastian Mak, Kevin Du

It was a full Secondary assembly with presentations from a number of our specialist teachers.

Head of Pastoral, Mr. David Boyd began by reminding the students about road safety outside our school and how important it is to use the proper road crossings. Head of Science, Mr. McKinnon spoke to our Years 7 and 8 about personal hygiene, reinforcing how important it is as our young students move through puberty.

Head of English and History, Mr. David  Robinson introduced a very important visitor coming to our school, Mr. Dov Landau, a Holocaust survivor who is coming into the school on 2 February. He was keen to invite any Year 7 students interested in learning more about this pivotal period in recent history.

Finally, Mr. Deri Reid introduced the upcoming Global Games Asia similar to the Primary assembly.