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HHIS Newsletter – January 20th 2020
Monday January 20th 2020
Early Years Sports Day
Many thanks to the parents who supported our Early Years Sports morning so enthusiastically. I do love these mornings. It is so good to see the children enjoying the activities and also recognising how their physical skills and confidence are growing. It was a lovely atmosphere. Thank you to our team of PE teachers, Mr Aaron, Mr Mike and Miss Pla.
Secondary Field Sports
This was another super morning of sports activities as the secondary students displayed their athletic skills in javelin, discus, shot put and basketball throwing skills as well as the fun event of tug of war. Everyone took part and it was brilliant to see their support and encouragement as they celebrated each individual effort. It was a great combination of sporting prowess within a competitive but fun atmosphere. Thank you to parents for your support and to our PE team for making the event so enjoyable for all.
Track events will take part after the Primary Sports Day on Thursday January 30th at 10:30am.
Primary Sports Morning
Unfortunately, we had to postpone the Primary Sports as a result of a drop in air quality. This was disappointing for us all but it has now been rescheduled for Thursday January 30th at 8:45am.
Chinese New Year Celebrations
Chinese new year celebrations have become a highlight of our school calendar and this year promises to be no exception. The performances by our students and also the Chinese Costume Fashion show, will take place on Friday January 24th, starting at 8:35am. This will be followed by a fair to raise funds for the Camillian Orphanage, which is an orphanage for children with special needs (www.camillianhomelatkrabang.org).
Please do join us if you can.
Sixth Form Workshop on January 23rd at 3.45pm in IGCSE Classroom
Parents are invited to attend a workshop regarding our Sixth Form opening in August 2020. This workshop will be on Thursday 23rd January starting at 3.45pm in IGCSE Classroom (opposite to Y6) and will give more details regarding the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Students are welcome to come along too.