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HHIS Newsletter – March 18th 2019
Monday March 18th 2019
Sports days are always a highlight of the year and this year was no exception. Smiles were in abundance as students gave their best efforts through the four sports days. It was so good to see the competitiveness and desire to do well, balanced with team spirit and support for each other on each of the days. The cheering and good natured encouragement by parents created a lovely atmosphere.
It was the year of the ‘Greens’; they won all three trophies. Congratulations Green Teams!
Thank you to the secondary students who supported the Primary sports days and special thanks to Mr Aaron and Ms Pla.
Another first for HHIS
This year HHIS celebrated its first ever Pi Day on March 14 (3.14)
On Monday, in assembly, the Pi reciting competition was introduced. Keith Year 6, remembered 70 digits of Pi in only four days of practising. Great effort!
Students engaged in enriching pi and circle themed activities across the school. Activities included creating a Pi skyline, dressing up with a circle theme, creating Pi themed cards with Thai messages, Pi-ku poems, decorating quarter circles for a Pi-Art display in building 3, investigating circles around the school to find the relationship between the circumference and diameter…
….and of course, MAKING AND EATING PIES!!
International Schools Golf Tournament
A very big well done to Christophe for his successful participation in a three day golf tournament at Black Mountain.
Cha am Running
The sporting buzz continued over the weekend, with Kristina in Year 6 winning another trophy in the Cha am 10k event. She was supported by her parents who also ran brilliantly. Other HHIS parents also achieved great results with Claire Cordiner and Jenny Ayling completing the 21k and Caroline Skeger won a trophy in the 10k! If other families would like to get involved in running, please email Mr Lewis – firstname.lastname@example.org
May 6th has been declared a public holiday to celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Rama X. Our school will now be closed for this day.