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Stars of the Week

  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016
  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016
  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016
  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016
  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016
  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016
  • Assembly - 29 Jan 2016

Our Stars of the Week were chosen by our teachers for their ambition in their learning such as using ambitious vocabulary, enthusiasm in a certain area or their positive attitude and manners. Congratulations goes to: 

Year 1: Florence Berry, Xanti Selleck, Max Bradshaw, Olly Perrin, Brandon Wong

Year 2: Hugo Cardonnel, Jerry Tang, King Tong Ngai, Elaine Shiao, Marco Murphy

Year 3: Shiho Ninomiya, Gary Law, Richard Woods, Sophia Xu, Lawrence Qiu

Year 4: Stephanie Kwan, Nicole Hao, Hayden Chan, Charis Chor, Luke Morrison

Year 5: Kingsley Lui, Ryan So, Alice Stevenson, Ihsan Mithani

Year 6: Jordan Holsheimer, Jessica Wong, Ronan Brown, Georgia Berry


Mr. Bishop reminded our Secondary School students this morning that “good manners don’t cost you anything, and will take you a long way”. Our students were reminded about simple things such as saying “good morning”, making good eye contact and being respectful of each other. Mr. Bishop spoke about the value of showing sympathy when we see people hurt or upset. These may seem like simple things, but we believe these are values that should be engrained in all our children and that our older students should lead by example.

Announcing the Secondary High Commendations in English, Mr. Robinson shared with the students extracts from the writing by the chosen students. We feel it is important to encourage our students to share, recognise and appreciate the good work of their peers.

In Secondary, High Commendations in achievement in English goes to: 

Year 7: Georgia Berry, Janice Ooi

Year 8: Vivian Wu, Annie Bai