The Geography Class

Geography is interesting be it in its physical or regional scopes. Learners in the syllabus examine how natural landscapes and catastrophies are evovled. If not for the subject many will be ignorant of how natural formations are born. Glasiers are mostly found in temperate and cold lands where freezing degrees is the main cause. In…

Thankful

Truly we are thankful that despite so many challenges, project assignments were accomplished during the interim period of July to September when learners were allowed face to face learning in school premise. The teachers relentlessly occupied the students time by actively assigning them group work which demanded cooperation, scaffolding and team partnership. After all all…

The Coveted Dream

It has always been in the pipeline. A vision to start a school where affordable private education is offered to the community around her. The education group hopes to deliver a mission to build characters befitting of worthy citizens of the nation. How do we teach them to reflect upon actions, aftermaths, and consequences? Also,…

The Unsung Heroes

During such unprecedented times in world history, the digital realm has not been more real. Without this platform, formal learning could have come to a halt. But we are truly grateful that teachers are able to accomplish the syllabus in good pace and timing for this calendar year. However, we have to acknowledge the unsung…

Take A Break

The English teacher is keen that her protegee use persuasive words such asextraordinary, marvellous, dream holiday, eye-catching, loftiest, heavenly, famous, incredible, fascinating, authentic, have a blast in their presentation via online. Her students chose a place of their liking and specifically gave reasons why one should pay a visit to those destinations. The children were…

The Black Death

Joshua and Yi Kang of 7 Gentleness took much time to prepare a script via a video project on the causes and effects of the pandemic. We are happy to see the boys include skill and thrill in their presentation. They have read and interpreted in their views. There will be more for them to…

The Wall

Impressive project. The teacher gathered her year 6 students to etch images related to their syllabus so that others may benefit from the effort. The globe. Where are the continents? Which country has scenes created by them? The indigenous groups of South America. Who are they? From Peru? Bolivia? Farmers? Hunter gatherers? What about the…

The Reminders

In school we are taught to be aware of our surroundings, happenings and respond to present moments. The Art teacher took the opportunity to tap the potential of students and encouraged them to prepare reminders . The posters are constant reminders to the community of the school be it students, teachers and parents. Put on…

The Transportation Hub

Aren’t they created with so much imagination? The primary schoolers had to use recyclables to whip out buses, trains, cars, vans and planes as part of their year end learning assessment. Today, their ‘vehicles’ are parked in a storage place waiting to be marked, exhibited and admired. We are excited to see their participation and…

The Online Learners

After a couple of months in school for face to face classes, a third wave of the covid attack could only mean the learners having to face the screen again. But year 5 learners are enjoying the varied modes of technology learning. Learning idioms through sounds, music and visual expressions has indeed added much fun…