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Downloading Arts / PE Content

I have uploaded instructions (on Seesaw) for how to archive your content from this school year and have tagged everyone in each class. If you’d like to save your work (especially your final performances!) or if your mum or dad would like to save some cool videos, then please do so quickly. I am using a free account for Seesaw and will be deleting classes in July, and repopulating in preparation for the upcoming school year. Please see your P.E. teacher about whether you should archive for that class as well. Also, please remember that the music / drama folders on studentlargestorage will disappear this week, so please download any sheet music, production videos, etc., that you’d like to keep. Thanks.

 

Change Rooms Notice

Due to the regular maintenance of the lockers of the Centre Change Rooms the fitness room will be closed from 26th June to 28th June and all equipment will be removed and put in lost property.

If you have shoes, clothing etc, stored in lockers or in these rooms, please come and collect it by Sunday, June 25th.

Thank you for your cooperation.

DP Music Showcase

Our DP Music students need to perform a minimum of 20 minutes of live music per semester for their performance portfolio. They’ve played in assemblies, charity events, and the big music evening, but now it’s time for them to pick up their last remaining minutes of the year. They’ve got to show you, the audience, that they can play a variety of different music genres, with good technical skills, in the correct style of music, while communication their feelings and emotions.

Please come to M251 (the music ensemble room) to watch a short concert featuring Charlie, Jack, and Daniel.

 

Changes to G6-10 Service next School Year

There will be some changes to G6-10 Service next year. The main changes are below with a little more detail in the attached document Service Next Year-1delcfu.

Further information will be given at the start on the new school year.

Grade 10: will need to do 3 Activities – 1 Creativity, 1 Action and 1 Service and achieve 3-6 Learning outcomes.

Grades 8 and 9: Will need to do 7 Service Activities over two years and achieve all 7 Service Learning outcomes over two years.

Grades 6 and 7 will do 1 or 2 Service Activities each year in X Block and / or outside X Block.

More details next year.

MS/US Final Awards Lists Posted

Hello MS/US Superstars,

Our final awards lists for S2 have been posted this morning at 8:00am. PLEASE have a look ASAP to make sure you are where you think you should be. Awards are being printed and signed as we speak. The cutoff is tomorrow (Tuesday) at 10:41am for any changes or additions. Speak/email now!

Also, if you have earned an award, PLEASE COMMUNICATE this to your PARENTS and start picking our some nice duds to wear on stage this WEDNESDAY!

Please see Mr. Bratton or Dr. Saavedra with any questions or concerns!

PS. No grade grubbing! You have earned what you have earned. Feel free to check in with your teachers to discuss how you can improve… NEXT SEMESTER! 

Police Visit Grades 7-9

Hello Grade 7-9 Students,

Our friends from the Nanjing Police Bureau will visit with you in the PAC on Thursday during Life 101 to discuss personal safety, rules and regulations in Xianlin, and how to avoid possible issues with law enforcement.

The style of presentation will be a Q&A and for this we need your questions! Could you please make a list of 10-12 questions as an Advisory today and/or tomorrow and ask you Advisor to send this list to Mr. Bratton by 8:30am on Wednesday? We’ll use some of these questions to guide our discussion with the police officers that are coming to visit.

Thanks!

Quiet Music Suite

The Language A internal assessments (IAs) will take place on Wednesday, May 31st and Thursday, June 1st in the music ensemble room (M251). This means that all classes will be doing quiet, paperwork instead of practical work – final evaluations, reflections, finishing research project, etc. Please ensure that you have your laptop with you for these two days. Thanks for your understanding.

The Importance of Being Earnest

After three immensely popular and hugely successful productions, Accidental Theatre is back! This year’s treat is the hilarious Oscar Wilde comedy The Importance of Being Earnest. Set over three acts, the tale follows two bachelors who create alter egos to escape their tiresome lives. The pair struggle to keep up with their own stories and become entangled in disguise, deception and misadventure!

This play is suitable for Grade 6 and above. Running time a little over 2 hours.

Tickets available from reception. Limited seating. Get them while you can!

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