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Message from the Principal’s office but written by a student!

World Children’s day is celebrated on the 20th of November each year to promote international togetherness and awareness among children and their rights worldwide.

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On this day at our school the secondary student leadership team have taken over different roles of different members of staff, shadowing their tasks throughout the entire morning. I have had the pleasure to be shadowing our Principal Mr. Yorath for the first three periods on Tuesday.

We toured the school together inspecting different classrooms observing the learning of students even from the youngest age. It gave me a good vibe about our school. Of course, I wasn’t allowed to sit in any confidential meetings, but I had the opportunity to help Mr. Yorath’s PA, Elizabeth Lipsett with some administration tasks.

I also sat in a meeting with a school inspector, Mrs. Jennifer Bray from COBIS (Council of British International Schools). She explained that she was here for three days inspecting our school. She was meeting the primary school leadership team and asked them to explain their roles in the primary school.

Mr.Yorath has told me that he will be writing to all the parents with news of the inspection in the next couple of weeks.

Watch this space!

 

Max B.

Year 10 student and member of the Secondary Student Leadership Team