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HHIS Newsletter – November 18th 2019
Monday November 18th 2019
We are all looking forward to the end of term festive activities. Rehearsals are now underway for all the performances.
Fashion Show led by Year 9 students
On Friday November 29th at 2:30pm Year 9 students will be taking to the catwalk to showcase the costumes that they have been designing and making from paper only. The choice of materials highlights our ongoing collective responsibility towards sustainability and recycling within the school.. Please be ready to be amazed by their ingenuity and creative flair.
The Modern Dance ECA group will open up this celebration of Arts. There will also be musical entertainment from students in KS3.
The students have chosen to make a collection for the Charity ‘Trash Heroes’ at the beginning and end of the show. Thank you in advance for your support.
‘The Greatest Snowman’ Performed by EY and KS1
On Tuesday December 3rd at 9:15am Early Years and Key Stage one children will perform ‘The Greatest Snowman’ This will take place in the canteen.
The KS2 Christmas Extravaganza!
On Tuesday December 3rd at 6:00pm children in Key Stage two will entertain us with a ‘Christmas Extravaganza’. This will take place in the Canteen. Children will be performing a dazzling array of songs, poems, dances, plays and other entertainment on a Christmas theme.
Ms Claire F has asked for help with Victorian costumes or white sheets that can be cut up. This help would be most appreciated.
Tickets will be on sale from Monday November 25th either at the gate in the mornings or from the Accountants office. Tickets cost 50 Baht per person; entry includes a welcome snack and drink.
On Wednesday December 4th at 8:40am the Ballet ECA children will be performing a festive dance from the ‘Nutcracker Suite’. This will take place in the Meeting Room.
Fibonnaci Sequence Assembly led by Year 8
Year 8 inspired us all to understand the magic of the Fibonnaci Sequence and how it can be wondrously seen in nature. Students through the school will be exploring this sequence through the week, leading up to Fibonacci Day on Saturday.
U11 Boys’ Football Match
On Wednesday, the U11 Boys football team hosted Halio School for a hard fought match. Both sides played with fantastic spirit showing some great individual performances and excellent team play. A brace from Nick and a hat-trick from Alex topped off a great team display form HHIS. These matches have always been closely contested and this time it was HHIS who came out the winners. Thank you to the support from parents from both schools. We look forward to hosting Halio again in the new year. Mr Mike
U15 Girls’ Football Tournament
The U15 girls football team performed very well on Saturday as they took part in the Harrow Youth Cup. They worked exceptionally well as a team and grew throughout the competition. They reached the semi finals and ended up winning the third place play-off in dramatic fashion. Well done to Mr Fabian for his coaching and to all the players for all their great effort. Mr Aaron