Ms Sue Hill Weekly Update: 26th June 26 June 2015 On the Tu Xuong BIS Hub this week: - Tu Xuong F1 Visit to The Three Brooms of Somewhere Land - Year 5 Community Service Project E.A.S.T. Pygmy Loris Project - Parents’ Corner – June 26th 2015 Dear Parents, As I come to the end of my six years at the TX campus, I would like to thank all of the staff I have had the pleasure to work alongside. To the Vietnamese staff, thank you for helping me to learn about the rich culture and customs here in Vietnam and for being patient when I have misunderstood! In addition, thank you to the teachers who are amongst the most talented, enthusiastic and energetic staff that I have ever encountered. Thank you also to the parents who have made my final week so memorable. The pot luck meal for teachers and parents on Wednesday was a perfect end to a busy year and for the leavers a lovely way to finish our time at TX. I must also say a big thank you for all the amazing presents and cards which will be treasured. I would like to say a final thank you to all the TX children who surprised me in assembly this morning. The best dressed teddies were such a lovely touch and the song was beautiful; I can’t believe you all kept a secret for so long! I will certainly take with me so many happy memories of TX. Sue Hill Head of TX Campus Categories Tu Xuong Primary Discover more Service learning: English advertising community partner competition 17 January 2019 Last week Year 8 took part in the final of the annual English advertising competition, which this year was given a new community ... The role of STEAM in Early Years education 17 January 2019 How STEAM plays an invaluable part in helping your child develop the three Characteristics of Effective Learning. Developing writing skills using ‘Talk for Writing’ 16 January 2019 Talk for Writing was developed by Pie Corbett and Julia Strong and is an exceptionally effective strategy for teaching writing. Community Service Hummingbird Award Winners 14 January 2019 One way we celebrate success in community service across the primary school is via the Hummingbird Award.