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Ms Sue Hill Weekly Update: 15th May

15 May 2015

Last Friday evening, I was lucky to join five of our Tu Xuong Primary pupils from Year 6 as they explained to a special audience about how they had raised awareness of the plight of the rhino. Ms Hong Nhung, a famous Vietnamese singer joined the group,  comprising of primary and secondary BIS students. She feels passionate about stopping the killing of the rhinos for their horns. I was very proud of Tony, Anh Vu, Hannah, Minh and Phong; they expressed their opinions well and shared their knowledge confidently.

Another weekend event was the swimming gala hosted by ISHCMC. Sixteen of our TX swimmers competed from Year 3 to Year 5. After spending some time on Saturday with the swimmers, I would like to congratulate them on their effort and achievements.

I hope you have all received information about our annual swimming galas which are taking place at TX next week. MP1 will be competing in the house competition on Thursday from 12:30pm and MP2 on Friday from 12 pm. All parents are welcome.

Next week, we will also be holding a variety of events to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake appeal. Please see Ms Heather’s report in the newsletter for ways in which you can support the TX appeal.

 Ms Sue Hill, Head Teacher