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Assemblies and Awards

  • Assembly - 8 April 2016
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Primary Assembly

Congratulations to our industrious Year 3s who were crowed champions, this morning, of our all-school Rube Goldberg Challenge. We have some fabulous photos of the whole school getting involved in designing, building and putting into action their own best inventions. Click here for photos and check out the videos too on Firefly! 
 

Our first Stars of the Week for the Summer Term were given to students who demonstrated ambitious learning efforts and achievement in History. Congratulations to:

Year 1: Gaia Poltronieri , Gisele Sze, Sebastian Knowles, Aarush Baghla, Rebecca Deasy

Year 2: Lawrence Lee, Callum Burns, Leo Shum, Sheryl Wan, Cloris Zhao

Year 3: Chloe Cheung, Oscar Smeets, Brian De Lalinde, Darren Gao, Tavleen Kaur Sahi

Year 4: Delon Chan, Catherine Zhu, Wing Wing Cheng, Sophie Abrahams, Rein Liang

Year 5: Tala Kamhawi, Alishia Beigi, Zoe Yu, Elijah Herron

Year 6: Ava Ring, Kitty Zhu, Dodo Zhao

Our musicians for the morning were pianists Cedric Lau (Y5), Adrian Lau (Y2) and, on the violin, Roselyn Siu (Y1). 


For Secondary, high commendations in History were awarded to:  

Year 7: Simone Skovgaard, Nina Finch

Year 8: Sophia Gong, Marcus Wong

 

Secondary Assembly

This morning’s discussion, led by Assistant Principal, Mr. Bishop, focused on equality and perspective. Years 7 and 8 were shown an interesting video that compressed the world’s population into 100 people – and then showed what they would have. They looked at how many – and how few - people have shelter, water, education, and even, internet.

It was an opportunity for our students to reflect on how fortunate we are, and to look at what we can do to help. Click here for this interesting video.