Newsletter #16 – 17 May 2019 – Juniors

In assembly this week, our learners received a very inspirational message about a girl who was born without legs. However, this did not stop her from achieving her dreams. She is now a touring aerialist, acrobat and inspirational speaker.

We want our learners to also believe that they can do whatever they want through a positive attitude, hard work and perseverance. We hope that they are now all inspired to study hard and reach their full potential. [read more]

Newsletter #16 – 17 May 2019 – Seniors

I have been noticing lately how our accent defines us and makes us the unique individuals that we are.  Some accents are “harsh” or “scary” or “intimidating”, and then some accents are “romantic”, like the Italian or French accent.

Accents are not inherited, and you are not born with an accent. Children develop language from the people around them, such as their parents, teachers and from other stimuli they're exposed to, such as television. [read more]

Newsletter #15 – 10 May 2019 – Juniors

Examinations are around the corner and it has become important, now more than ever, to ensure that our children are starting to prepare thoroughly. It is equally as important to make sure that they are getting the right amount of rest, eating healthy, energising foods and getting a good amount of exercise. Now is the right time to assist your children with time management strategies and stress
management skills. [read more]

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