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2018/19 March Week 3 : Message from Jenny Yan

On the morning of Friday, 1 March, I met with some representatives of our parent community. I shared with them our education philosophy and the teaching characteristics of secondary and discussed some of the students' problems that parents are concerned about. This home-school meeting has allowed us to reach a common understanding of many educational concepts and approaches. The parent representatives also expressed their willingness to support our activities. I was inspired in the discussion and felt that parents are an important educational resource in our school.

When I was on bus duty this week, I was surprised to find that our parents and students walked on the sidewalk consciously, ensuring that the road was smooth and safe. I am delighted that parents and students can consciously abide by the school rules.


On March 1, our Grade 9 students held the first NACIS Business Day activity, which gave them the opportunity to apply the knowledge they have learned in practice and achieve the objectives of learners. And all the profits will become part of Tanzania's fund-raising. We can see from the photos that the students came up with a lot of creative ideas that day. I am proud of their efforts and hope it will be a valuable learning experience for them.

Last week, our Grade 8 and Grade 9 students participated in British Physics Challenge (GCSE & AS grade), hosted by the Committee for the British Physics Olympiad, in which the basic principles of physics were linked to life to expand students' horizontal thinking ability and stimulate their physical potential. Our school has become the testing center through the application.


In Chinese and art class, our students also had a lot of wonderful performances.

Under the guidance of the Chinese teacher, our Grade 6 students explored the extracurricular ancient poetry. They completed the ancient poem poster independently or cooperatively through searching online, accessing to relevant books, discussing with classmates and so on. During the process, they demonstrated their deep understanding with beautiful and accurate characters and reproduced the picture and artistic conception of ancient poems with brushes.

Grade 7 Elm and Grade 7 Oak completed their study of the Newgrange grave of Ireland in their art class. The students observed the giant stone art on display throughout the mausoleum and recreated their interpretation with salt. Please enjoy the video created by Dora from Grade 7 Elm by clicking the video below.