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Head of Primary Message Week 29

A mighty announcement about a magnificent mighty writer. Our very own Anggun from Year 6 has been awarded Runner Up in the prestigious Mighty Write international competition. Selected from entries across the world, Anguun’s writing was selected as one of just three runners up by the panel of expert judges who commended her creative, beautiful and brilliantly written poem. Congratulations indeed.

This has been a week full of successes, beginning with our youngest children in Early Years; sliding, climbing, exploring, spraying, kneading, collaborating, designing, watering, collecting, counting, cutting, balancing and solving problems. Want to see more? Check out this gallery recently shared on the Primary Newsfeed.

Not to be outdone, Year 1 and Year 2 have been in the Eco Garden; writing, creating, designing, sharing, exploring, magnifying and collaborating: all shared to this gallery on the Primary Newsfeed.

It is perhaps our youngest students who have benefitted the most from the return to campus. With their insatiable appetite for knowledge and their willingness to dive into every element of our wonderful provision (and quite literally into the pool), we are extremely proud of them all.

Year 3 have been classifying this week and have also been working with clay. Students have also been thinking scientifically whilst measuring and experimenting. It was amazing to see how many balloons can be squished beneath an upturned table, supporting the weight of an entire class. Year 4 have taken over the entire corridor with a super timeline of inventors going all the way back to the 18th century. Year 5 have continued to be incredibly creative with Aboriginal inspired art and Year 6 are taking a deep dive into Brunei history and culture.

Thank you for the continued support with the daily collections, particularly each Friday. The flow of traffic was much improved this week and this is thanks to the collective efficacy of the entire community. We are delighted to announce that our ECA programme will return for 4 weeks directly after the mid term break and with the start of Ugama after Hari Raya, the traffic flow will continue to improve further.

Seesaw continues to be the single, central app for all communication in Primary. If you have not yet connected as a family member, please let us know.

Wishing the whole community a restful weekend in the lead up to Eid celebrations next week.

Mr Michael Everett | Head of Primary

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