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HHIS Newsletter – November 25th 2019
Monday November 25th 2019
As Christmas songs reverberate around the school it was super to see such a fantastic response to the request for donations of clothes for Jungle Aid. They will be highly appreciated. Thank you.
And the same spirit is being echoed in the many shoeboxes packed with gifts that are beginning to arrive at school. The children are very excited that their gifts will be opened by children who are really in need. Thank you for your support with this appeal.
Festivities begin this week. Here is a summary of events for the end of term.
We wish our cricketers the very best of luck as they venture up to Bangkok for a competition on Wednesday. This has been a very enthusiastically attended ECA so it is great that they now have an opportunity to compete with other schools.
Please be reminded that this week is the final week of ECAs. The school bus will leave school at 3:30pm for the three days of school next week (December 2nd, 3rd, 4th).
The final Girls’ Basketball matches were held on Friday and after a massive push by all teams the red team emerged as the overall winner. All the participants struck a really good balance between competitive and sporting attitudes as they put all their energies into the games. There was also a large turnout of supporters cheering their teams on. Mr Aaron
Visit by Dusit Thani College
Students, parents and teachers enjoyed a very inspiring University Talk led by the Dusit Thani College. Our Sixth Form will open in August 2020 and after graduating from HHIS, our students can look forward to very exciting futures studying at University or by entering the world of work. The Dusit Thani College shared very interesting details about Bachelor and Master degrees in Hotel and Restaurant Management, as well as their vocational courses in the Culinary Arts.
We were delighted that parents were able to join us for this talk and there will be many more organised in 2020. Our students have big aspirations and as a result of the academic rigour of their IGCSE and Diploma studies during Years 10 to 13, scholarships and credit transfers for these courses are a very real possibility. It was also reaffirming to hear extra curricular and community service experiences being given as important requisites for admission. Mr Lewis
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