Can you believe it has been 2 months since our last MYP/DP Assembly? It’s sure going to be a cracker this week! We have music, videos, speeches…so much to fit in! If you are presenting an item please, PLEASE, PLEASE keep to your allotted time. Attached is the new seating plan – sit in your advisories! New […]
Come and sample the delights of a student C&S / CAS initiative: The inaugural Ting Ting Deaf school bake sale. Proceeds will go to buying hearing aids for the Ting ting students. It is happening on Friday in the foyer during break and lunch. Tin Ting poster-bake sale
It’s the big one. Bigger than advisory snakes and ladders. Bigger than staff vs student Cludo. Bigger even than PYP vs DP Hungry Hippos. Yes, inter-house chess is back! All players and spectators should make their way to D219 (G9-12) & D220 (G6-8) at the start of lunch. Players – please make sure you have downloaded […]
Where should I be during Life 101 today? 10A – Ms Hutton’s room 10B – Mrs Clarke’s room (D220) 10C – Mr Battye’s room (D219) Grade 11 – Choice Unit starts today. Check what you signed up for and where it is in Veracross.
Greetings MYP/DP Students, Please find the location of today’s Life 101 Lesson for Grades 7-12 Grade 7: In the Blue Gym with Mr. T (No candy allowed!) Grade 8: In the Band Room with Mrs. Keus (Put your Thinking Hats on!) Grade 9: Report to Ms. Creme’s room to start with (Humanties is a Life […]
Try to avoid questions that assume a cultural knowledge that the ELL/English B students are unlikely to have. A mathematics question about the batting average of a baseball player may cause unnecessary difficulties to a student who has never seen the game played and knows nothing about its rules.
The PYP/MYP green team will be having our first garden sale of the year. It is a small one but a good one! We will have packages of fresh organic veggies grown by our PYP and MYP students for sale in the Center Foyer at 4:00 PM on Wednesday. Don’t miss it!
Hi Everyone! I’m Sonja and I am collecting water bottles for my DP art project in which I’m going to build a lamp. If you have empty water bottles and you don’t know what to do with them, you would help me a lot if you could bring them to the Design Centre and leave […]
Finally, a class on how to rock it. Isn’t it a bit odd that we went from Science to Math to History but somehow missed the class on how to live? For some wacky reason “Optimal Living 101” didn’t make the schedule… But imagine if that class did exist—and the teachers included everyone from the […]
Below is the updated list of November – January EARCOS weekend workshops. If you are interested, please check the website, and you can apply through the PD committee. Thanks! (http://earcos.org/ww_approved_1516.php) NOVEMBER Date: Nov 6-7 (REGISTRATION CLOSED) School: Taipei American School Title: Tech-Integrated Libraries: Building the Future One Service at a Time Consultant: Dr. Candace Aiani […]