Tejasvi (Year 6) has done us proud by winning the Bronze medal in the Milo Monthly Tennis Championship (under 14 Girls category). Well done, Tejasvi!
Well done to our Cyberjaya Primary students who had perfect attendance in Term 1!
Chew Wen Min (Year 10) participated in Taekwondo Championship Kukkiwon Cup Malaysia from 14-15 December 2018, a national event officially sanctioned by KUKKIWON World Headquarters, Seoul, Korea and Ministry of Education Malaysia in Stadium MPSJ.
She won two gold medals in Kyukpa Backthrust and Knife Hand in the Age 13-15 Female Category. These two gold medals were the first for Wen Min in the national level. She has been training in this sport since she was 6 years old and is currently a 2nd Degree (Dan) Black Belt holder.
Yesterday evening the U11 Boys & Girls Football teams from Cyberjaya and Sungai Buloh battled it out in a friendly match with the SB Boys A team (5-2) and B team (4-1) winning, while the girls had a 2-2 draw. Well done to all the young players who worked hard on the field!
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We are very proud to announce that the following students of elc had participated in the 4th COBRA Mini 10s Rugby Carnival last Saturday and all of them played very well.
Under 7s (Cup Champions)
Ashven (CJ), Luqa (SB)
Under 8s (Cup Champions)
Under 9s (6th Place)
Gold team: Aidan (CJ), Ethan (SB), Kiwon (SB), Tanush (CJ), William (CJ)
Under 9s (2nd Place)
Black team: Dylan (CJ), Kayley (CJ), Ricky (CJ)
Girls Team Under 13 (Cup Champions)
Divya (CJ), Renee (CJ), Rivkah (SB)
Last week staff from both our campuses involved in the Duke of Edinburgh Award(DofE) and eJASS programs met Mr Ravi in Cyberjaya. It was a opportunity to take stock of the success both programs have had across our school in recent years and plan for the future. Staff also held a sharing session on risk assessment to aid future planning for outdoor activities.
If you would like more information on the DofE or eJASS programs please contact Ms Britannia.
Yesterday, the Year 10s and 11s had a short talk by some University of New South Wales representatives. It was an informative session with students learning about the different options available to them after they complete their IGCSEs.
We would like to wish the elc community a Happy Deepavali 2018.
With World Harmony Day done and dusted, elc International School Cyberjaya was able to give back to society. Using the proceeds from the day, we were able to furnish a small Somali refugee school in Selangor with some much needed equipment and supplies.
Our eJASS and Duke of Edinburgh Awards Programmes have kicked off to a great start for this academic year! Registrations and an official session with Mr. Ravi sealed it for all. This was followed by an introductory information night with their parents which took place last week on Wednesday evening.
It was a useful session where parents and students alike were able to ask questions and increase their understanding of the programmes and how we can all work together to ensure success for our new participants.
We at elc Cyberjaya are proud to welcome our newest recruits to the Prefectorial Board:
Wardens: Timothy, Brian, Ali, Hishwar, Zahra, Angel, Dylan & Dadyo
Probational Prefects: Issac, Jyong Jyeh & Jack
Prefects: Gayathri, Jiin Hom, Srina, Benecia, Bennett, Zi Ting, Wen Min, Loka, Jia Hui & Riong
We wish them all the best with their new chapter at elc as student leaders who will strive to make the school a better place.
Last Friday we had a fruitful session of sharing and connecting with new parents at the Cyberjaya campus at the Tea with New Parents. Parents were able to meet and speak with their children's teachers, and get updated on their children's progress with their first weeks at school.
All new parents are invited to the Tea with New Parents event taking place tomorrow afternoon. This will be followed by a one hour session (3.00pm – 4.00pm) for those with children in the Primary division.
Here are our Week 4 Lower Primary Stars of the Week.
For their Social Science Day field trip, the Secondary students visited Royal Selangor and Bank Museum. It was educational to see the Malaysian banking system's progression through the years and also to appreciate the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into designing pewter.
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The Upper Primary students found new grounds to explore yesterday as they visited the Royal Malaysian Museum and Islamic Arts Museum during their Social Science Day trip. They discovered all sorts of artefacts with historical and cultural significance including intricate jewellery, police uniforms and cannons!
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Here are our stars of week 3 for Upper Primary.
We held a Malaysia Day themed assembly today.
Here are our stars of week 2 for Lower Primary.
Today's Secondary assembly by Ms Shoaib touched on our frequent usage of personal pronouns in our daily conversations. Students attempted a short quiz to gauge how well they could identity the people whose conversations are most dominated by these pronouns. The assembly served as a fitting reminder of how people unknowingly reveal their self-centred tendencies in their frequent usage of these words. Perhaps we could all say 'me' a little less and 'you' a little more.
Well done to our Primary students who had perfect attendance in Term 3! Let's hope that there will be even more students on stage next term!
Congratulations to our top performers in this years IGCSE exams.
Excellence shines forth in various forms, if given the chance. We at elc Cyberjaya are proud to acknowledge the students under our care who have exhibited excellence in different ways in their time with us this past academic year at the Annual Award Ceremony that took place earlier this morning. Well done, all!
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