2019 March-May

   

ORPHANAGE VISITATION

This community service activity reflects the core teachings of Tzu Chi Foundation, namely gratitude and empathy, which we aim to ingrain within our students on a daily basis.

During the visitations, students were not only able to tour the orphanage, but also able to bond with the orphans through games, Shou-Yu performances and lunch.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD: FUN DAYS AT TAMAN MINI
At the beginning of term 4, our lovely students, teachers and Daai Mamas went to Taman Mini Indonesia Indah for a Field Trip. Taman Mini’s Bird Park is known as the biggest bird sanctuary in Indonesia. Around 176 kinds of birds live there. They listened carefully to the guide’s explanation during the activity. They also went to the Adventure of Dinosaurs and learned about these giant creatures that went extinct millions of years ago.
PRIMARY SCHOOL: STUDENT-INVOLVED CONFERENCE (SINC)
As the name suggests, Student-Involved Conference (SINC) includes the learner in the conversation about his/her learning and its progress. Unlike traditional conferences, SINC opens the doors for students to repurpose their projects into something more than a score component.
SECONDARY SCHOOL: APPLYING LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS
The Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme language classes aim to develop students who are able to use language appropriately in a variety of contexts. Two of the specific objectives of IB language classes include encouraging students to engage in unrehearsed exchanges on a wide range of topics of personal and global significance, and secondly, enabling students to express a wide range of ideas, opinions and feelings, and communicate information in a wide range of social and academic contexts.