For those of you whose missed it our very first Alumni Newsletter, entitled Present Perfect, it can be accessed by clicking the image above. It features great stories of past students experiences at elc and successes after leaving school. Special thanks must go to Mrs Chong for her efforts on this project.
Keep your eyes peeled for our next edition of Alumni News will be coming out later this year.
The Secondary mid-year exams timetables are ready and your child will be given a copy of them shortly. The written exam days have three sessions: morning, mid-day and afternoon.
Please note the following exam protocol:
1. The school day begins as normal at 8.10 am. All students are expected to be present throughout the day till school ends at 3.30 pm.
2. Students must be in their school uniform, not the PE kit during the exams. This includes the school shoes (not trainers) and the school cardigan, if it is required.
3. All writing materials used must be kept in a clear plastic bag. Do ensure that calculators and other equipment required are with your child for specific exams.
4. Exam procedures and protocols will be explained to all students by their homeroom teacher after the Chinese New Year break.
If your child is absent for an exam a 'make-up' paper is not given. Instead your child will be given the exam paper to write on an unofficial basis. Feedback given at a later date. Your child's report will denote 'Abs' for the said exam.
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This term some of our Secondary students had the opportunity to take part in the Young International Traders Programme. The course aimed to give students business skills and ideas to become successful future entrepreneurs. Today our students received recognition for their efforts in taking part in this programme.
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We are very proud to congratulate our students who received awards at the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards Ceremony recently for IGCSE exam results.
Victor Lim Top in Malaysia for Accounting.
Kirsten See Best Across 8 Subjects and Top in Malaysia for First Language English.
Kaleshver Sangar & Kloe Xavier both Top in Malaysia for Foreign Language Malay.
Xynn Yen Chia Top in the World for Foreign Language Mandarin Chinese.
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 Mr Kumar.
Our U15 FOBISIA Games team are currently competing in Phuket Thailand. Today the track and field events were taking place. We are pleased to say our students have won medals for a variety of events including 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, Relay, Discus, Javelin, Triple Jump & Long Jump.
There are more events taking place over the coming days. So hopefully we will have more successes to share with you all.
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Today, our latest batch of students began the Duke of Edinburgh(DofE) International Award program. This time we have 20 students undertaking the Bronze Award, 3 students for the Silver Award, lastly we have the first ever elc students taking the Gold Award. We wish them all good luck with the program.
If you would like more information on the DofE program in school please contact our Director of Student Welfare, Mr Kumar, at this email address: email@example.com
Earlier this week, Year 9 student Thamini presented a special assembly to her fellow students to commemorate Remembrance Day for World War 1. We have a short clip to share of her presentation.
We were very fortunate today to have a talk to our Secondary students from YouTube star Jin Lim, better known as Jinnyboy. Many thanks to our Parents Association for helping to arrange this.
This year's FOBISIA Math Competition was unique and different from others. An online competition was introduced that consisted of 2 components – the Individual and a group Video challenge.
The individual challenge consisted of 4 stages, each with 5 questions to complete – Starter, Bronze, Silver and Gold. The starter challenge was to prepare a participant for the following challenges. Each participant had 3 attempts to successfully complete each level. Throughout the competition, we learned so much from the interesting word problems and complex ideas. We truly enjoyed this online challenge and if opportunity were to arise again, we will definitely take part.
By Anitej Palur & Kaushal Agarwal.
Congratulations to our latest batch of students to complete their Duke of Edinburgh International Award(DofE). On this occasion, we had a mix of students who achieved Bronze and Silver awards. Hopefully, they will continue with the award and perhaps we will see the first ever elc Gold award achieved!
Yesterday we welcomed a delegation of Korean Duke of Edinburgh(DofE) award leaders to the school. They are currently on a study tour of Malaysia and came to visit elc. Our students performed and explained what they have gain from DofE. Alongside this, Mr Kumar gave a presentation on how DofE operates in our school and the success it has gained.
Last week some of our budding artists attended the Art Expo Malaysia. Celebrating its 12th edition in 2018 it is the longest-running international art fair in Southeast Asia. This year's art fair was held at the MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre (MECC). It featured 65 reputable art galleries from 22 countries, exhibiting some 1,500 pieces of artworks under one roof.
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Following Ms Jessie's assembly yesterday, several secondary students took up the challenge of presenting 'clean plates' after their meal at break and lunch times. The photos say it all! Click on the image above to view more.
In addition, we also had two Year 11 students, Cassandra Lee and Hans Menon, giving a speech to raise awareness of World Food Day. They spoke during lunch in the canteen in front of a small crowd of supporters. Their message was heard loud and clear in the midst of the usual hustle and bustle of the school lunch crowd.
Today we celebrated World Food Day in school. Ms Jessie gave an interesting assembly to remind our students to be grateful for how fortunate they are. Alongside this, she challenged our students to try and make a difference. Here are some highlights of her assembly.
Last Friday, Ms Geetanjali held her latest workshop for Secondary students. This time the theme was decision making. Students appeared to enjoy the hands on activities in the workshop.
Our next workshop will take place on 9th November. It will be open to students from Year 7 to Year 9. Places are limited those who wish to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coming up next week our latest workshop run by Ms Geetanjali will take place. This is open to Year 10 & 11 students. To register for the workshop, please send her an email at email@example.com. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Maximum intake is 20 students.
For more details click on the image above.
Our google calendar has now been updated with all term 1 school events. Alongside this, all sports fixtures for this academic year are also listed. To view the calendar click the image above. Those with Gmail accounts can follow the calendar by clicking the plus sign. This will allow you to receive alerts on forthcoming school events.
Last Saturday our some of our students took part in the ISAC U13 cross country running event. They all pushed themselves hard, but special mention goes to Haruka who finished 9th overall.
Our Parents Association(PA) held their first coffee morning social of the year. It is a great opportunity for elc parents to meet up. Today we were fortunate to welcome Global Doctors for a special CPR session.
The British Council's Study UK Malaysia Exhibition will be coming soon on 20 and 21 October the event is open to students and parents to attend at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
This year, there are 50 exhibitors presenting. There will be a series of seminars and activities suitable for anyone from any levels of study. These informative seminars are delivered by UK institutions and our partners such as IELTS and TalentCorp Malaysia. Furthermore there are a variety of scholarships worth up to MYR1 million on offer. If you wish to find out more, visit www.bit.ly/StudyUKExpo
This afternoon Ms Geetanjali held the first of our free workshops this year for Secondary students. Today's theme was Believe In Yourself. It involved a variety of fun activities to help gain a better understanding and positive outlook on life. To view more photos click on the image above.
For more information on our forthcoming workshops this term please check this page here
Today we held a Mufti Day for our students. Those who were willing to make a donation to charity were allowed to dress up. The theme was Disney, which some of our students really embraced.
Our Houses have been busy with their first challenge of the year. They were tasked with creating a motto for their House. This motto had to be imaginatively displayed on their notice boards along with info on the key House members. All Houses have done a brilliant job of decorating their boards. However, special mention must go to the winners Yellow Eagles, well done Eagles!
To view photos of all our boards click on the image above.
The Parents' Association, we would like to cordially invite all parents to join us for our next Coffee Morning. The details are as follows:
Date: 25th September 2018
Time: 8.30am till 11.00am
Venue: Valencia Clubhouse (upstairs function room)
We are excited to have the Global Doctors team from Mont Kiara, to come in to conduct a CPR session.
As places are limited we would appreciate if you could RSVP here
Should you require further details or have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kimberley van Luit
Earlier this week our Year 10 & 11 students had their first talk of this academic year. We were pleased to welcome to school, Maureen Fitzgerald, the IB programme coordinator from St Joseph's school. This hopefully gave our students fresh perspective on their options for the future.
Our Head of Secondary, Mrs Chong, held our first assembly of the new academic year. Here are some highlights of the assembly. She shared with our students the tragic story of the plastic whale. It reinforced why recycling is important and encouraged our students to try and make a difference themselves.
Congratulations to our top performers in this years IGCSE exams.
This morning we held our first Upper Primary assembly of the new academic year. We recognised the fantastic efforts of our students who were present for every school day last term. Well done to all the students who achieved this feat.