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Primary and Secondary Awards

  • Star of week - 4 March
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  • Assembly - 4 March 2016
  • Assembly - 4 March 2016

Congratulations to all of our pupils for this week's Star of the Week awards chosen by their teachers for being ambitious in their learning. 


Year 1: Andrey Batomunkuev, Jontae Law, Max Colton, Dimitris Vallas, Mia Brandt

Year 2: Osher Ma, Julius She, Henry Zarin, Bill Zhao, Nikita Tan

Year 3: Stella Todd, Vanishka Samad, Oskar Boekhorst, Hans Chiu, Evelyn Bowen

Year 4: Yoshiaki Okaguchi, Maxime Dulondel-Grande, Hong Lin Gu, Bob Sheng Wang, Elise Brandt

Year 5: Michelle Lo, Karen Finch, Cheney Sang, Leon Helmersson

Year 6: Boris Ho, Eva Zhang, Jenna Evans


Many thanks to Kristen (Year 1), Rainie (Year 3), Natalie (Year 3) and Morris (Year 3) for playing on the piano at the beginning of assembly. 

 

For Secondary, the following students were awarded High Commendations for their work in Science:  

Year 7: Amaya Berrisford, Jack Wirawan

Year 8: Mazy Law, Kevin Du

A huge congratulations! 

In Secondary assembly, Head of Science Mr. Scott MacKinnon talked about "Practice makes perfect". Practice is when you take the time and effort, and perform something repeatedly. He used science evidence to prove that repetition (ie. in pop songs!) helps you remember things. Mr. MacKinnon suggested that after their Vietnam residential trip, they should start planning to study everyday using the timetable worksheet even when they don't have homework. Mr. David Robinson, Miss Charlotte Bovingdon and Mr. Alex Lopes also shared their inspiring and motivating stories of practice which makes competence, which in turn makes confidence. 

Lastly, Mrs. Simone Reid reminded them all to start thinking tonight about packing for their journey to Vietnam using their packing list. If they have any questions, they should contact Mrs. Reid tonight or latest tomorrow morning.