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Friday Games!

Come have fun and play a variety of games every Friday during lunch time in C136 across from IT! We will provide games and you can also bring your own to share. UNO, Spoons, Jenga and many other games will be played. Everyone is welcome for lots of laughter and fun!

MYP/DP Swim Gala Feedback

Please help us to improve the MYP/DP Swim Gala by giving feedback on this year’s event by completing the Survey Monkey at the link below. We want everyone to feedback whether you were a participant or a spectator. It should only take a few minutes to complete. Swim Gala Survey Monkey

Track & Field Starts today

For all Grade 5 – 12 students who have signed up or would like to sign up for Track & Field, the first session is today (Monday) at 4.20pm. Meet at the Track. Other sessions this week will be on Wednesday at 4.20pm and Thursday at 3.15pm. See you there. Sign up on Veracross if […]

Language Acquisition

Each week the Language Acquisition Post will look at different language related topics. The theme for this week is Common Misconceptions Misconception 1: Children are better second language learners than adults. Children ARE better at learning pronunciation (pronunciation is not an indicator of fluency). Children ARE better at interacting in social situations.  Children USE simpler […]

Post INSET thank you

Thank you to everyone for your enthusiasm and deep thinking over the course of INSET week – including the limericks and doodles 🙂 A special thanks to Arek and his amazing facilities team for preparation of venues throughout the week, and for the Friday celebration. Thank you to Chartwells for the delicious spread on Friday. […]

Displaced people

Dear Colleagues,  This year the ‘shanty town experience’ is being replaced with a ‘displaced people experience’. For this to be successful we need a large collection of materials for Grade 8 to use to build shelters. As this will be in March / April this year they will need to keep warm and dry. We […]

Ukulele Workshop

Fellow Ukulelists, Thank you for attending one of the ukulele sessions this week. I hope that you found it informative and fun, and that you aren’t too scared of Gs and G7s! Many thanks to Bonnie, who taught me to play the ukulele in the first place, and who was a great help today (even […]

Update from Jakarta Intercultural School

A number of colleagues have asked what is happening with Neil Bantleman and Ferdi Tjeong. They are still in gaol with about 4 weeks left before the judges make a ruling. Currently they are presenting their evidence. Laurie will be going to JIS in March for accreditation and he will take a couple of cards. […]

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