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Visit to Bright Hill Evergreen Home

Our Grade 5 and 6 students went to visit Bright Hill Evergreen Home with Mr Max, Ms Lakshmi and Ms Natasha this week. The students brought food and cakes and celebrated the December birthdays of the elderly who live at the Home. The students also performed songs and conducted a bingo session, and enjoyed bonding time with the elderly.

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Grade 10 at Chatsworth Personal Project Exhibition

Grade 10 and HWA teachers were invited to Chatsworth International School to have a look at the MYP Personal Project Exhibition. Our students had the opportunity to talk to other students about their projects which looked at sustainable housing, producing music, coding, building robots, cake making, cultural expressions of identity, etc.

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NEA visit the Green Club to raise awareness

The Green Club was in for a treat when the National Environment Agency came to the school to raise awareness about Dengue. The students learned that only the Aedes mosquito spreads Dengue, that only the females feed on blood and that they only do so when they are carrying eggs. We were all surprised to hear that the Aedes mosquito mostly bites during the day.

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SingYouth Heart Challenge

The Science Diploma students took part in the SingYouth Heart Challenge organised by the National Heart Centre of Singapore this week, where they also attended a series of lectures conducted by NHC cardiologists. To participate in the challenge, students researched cardiovascular health and produced abstracts and posters on their findings.

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Grade 5 Hosts Community Development time

Grade 5 hosted the PYP Community Development session this week, starting with morning exercises and a talk on positive thoughts. They also interviewed our school counsellor Ms. Andrea. In addition, K2, Grade 2, Grade 5 and 6 used the opportunity to present their projects linked to their units of inquiry, including topics on transport and ancient Chinese civilisations.

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Camp Sleepover

Last Friday, the Primary School hosted its first ever campus sleepover involving students, the Scouts and teachers. The kids enjoyed a scrumptious dinner, fun games, bonding group activities, and a campfire hosted by the Scouts. The evening ended with popcorn and a bilingual movie screening of Zootopia. The following morning students reflected on the many activities they enjoyed.

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Green Club visit to SEA Aquarium

The Green Club has been looking at the Sustainable Development Goals over the last few weeks. In connection with Sustainable Development Goal nr. 14 – Life Below Water, the Green Club visited the SEA Aquarium. All the kids enjoyed the spectacular colours, sizes and shapes of the creatures that live below the water. We spent some extra time looking at all the life that is dependent on corals.

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