This morning we awarded our latest batch of stars of the week to students at assembly. Hopefully they can all keep up the good work!
Well done to our latest batch of stars the week awarded today.
Here is the official FOBISIA Primary Games video
Our students returned yesterday from the FOBISIA Primary Games in Phuket Thailand. They have managed to win a fair few medals at the games well done for a fantastic effort. We will no doubt hear more about the exploits next week when they return to school after a well earned rest!
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Yesterday at assembly we awarded our latest batch of stars of the week awards. Well done to these hard working students.
This morning Mr Roux took our assembly. He discussed some of the obstacles students around the world face in trying to gain their education.
Best of luck to our FOBISIA Primary games team who are jetting off to compete in Phuket Thailand this Saturday.
We are finally back to our normal routine this week. This morning Ms Lin took assembly to highlight the importance of wearing shoes in some parts of the world.
We are all gearing up for tomorrow's annual International Understanding(IU) Day. The theme this year is Wonders of the World! We have chosen India with the Taj Mahal, Egypt with the Pyramids of Giza, Italy with the Colosseum, and Peru with Machu Picchu. As always there will be for sale a wide variety of food and drinks to discover, souvenirs to collect and exciting games to play. This year, all proceeds will be donated to:
1. Independent Living and Training Centre Malaysia (ILTC)
2. Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary KL
3. Spina Bifida Association Malaysia (SIBIAM)
Parent's and students are of course welcome we hope to see you here!
Our book fair in conjunction MPH kicked off today in school. Some our students were fortunate to have a special reading with, Mr. Eugene Mahalingam, author of Parallel Tales: Fairy Tales and Fables Reimagined. Alongside this there were plenty of books for sale too. The book fair will be on till Thursday 8th March. Parents are welcome to attend.
Last weekend 2 of our students, Denny O'Hara & Logan Kaloo, took part in the Bangkok International Rugby 10's as members of the Under 10s KL Tigers team. Whilst the tournament itself featured teams from all over Asia, the Under 10s had to contend with teams from Singapore, Macau, Bangkok and Malaysia. Denny & Logan's team were undefeated throughout the whole tournament and after a hard fought final game the team was crowned champions. What a fantastic effort from our boys!
Please click on the image above to access the google form to register your child to Elite Sports Training.
Please do note that:
1. Elite Swimming is open to only those who meet the qualifying times (listed in the google form);
2. Tuesday Football with Coach Arber is a paid ASA and open to all; and
3. Thursday & Friday Football is only open to Year 5 & 6 students.
Training begins from the first day back – Monday 8th January 2018.
Any questions please feel to contact our Head of PE Mr Eduardo.
Some of students took part in Jumping Jellybeans production of Bon Voyage as part of the KL Arts Festival. Today they received these posters as a token of appreciation for their efforts.
Congratulations to our stars for week 12. Only 1 week left this term for students to achieve a star of the week award.
On Friday it was Ms Banerjee's turn to give her assembly. See if you can guess at the beginning what her assembly is about.
We have some stars of the week posts to catch up on. Well done to all our students who received awards
This morning, Ms Priscila gave a very informative and important assembly on internet safety and how to be careful when using social media.
This morning Ms Kavitha gave an assembly on something we all love Malaysian food.
Watch the video to find out about what Upper Primaries favourite Malaysian food is!
These students have earned the most house points in their year since the start of the term. Keep up the good work!
Dear Upper Primary & Secondary Parents
We are delighted to announce we will be hosting a cricket session with Mike Gatting OBE, the former England cricket Captain, at elc International School on Tuesday. He will be here to give some coaching and cricket tips to cricket enthusiasts as well as create awareness of the sport.
Mr Gatting will be at elc on Tuesday, 24th October 2017 and the session will be from 8.00 am to 9.30 am.
This is an opportunity not to be missed. Please sign up via Google docs by clicking the image above. You are requested to bring along your own equipment.
Has your child lost a bag? A books? A lunchbox? Their pencil case, football boots or swimming kits? This is but a sample of what is currently in our school's Lost and Found
Ms. Fiona gave a short assembly reminding all students of the importance of labelling their belongings. If a lost item has a name on it, it will be returned to the child's homeroom. Please help label your child's belongings….it's the best way to be sure it gets returned quickly. The missing items found in Upper Primary were displayed on stage and they included included lunchboxes, water bottles, football shoes and swimming kits etc. The students were reminded that should they ever lose any items they should alert their homeroom teacher, ask the duty teachers, ask the cleaners, in addition to checking the lost property area. At the end of the assembly all students were asked to walk past the items and collect anything that belonged to them. Lost and Found items are removed and/or donated at the end of each term.
This morning we awarded stars of the week to this hard working bunch of students. Good job everyone!
We have a short video to share with you from Ms Yvonne's assembly this morning.
This morning Ms Sabrina gave an inspiring assembly on the benefit of setting goals and working to achieve them.
This week Ms Price presented our students with their stars of the week awards. Great job everyone.
Welcome back to school we hope it was a pleasant break. For our first assembly today we recognised our students who had perfect attendance in term 3 2016-17. Great job everyone hopefully you all be able to repeat it this term.
Congratulations to all our Upper Primary students who received awards today. Also many thanks to all parents who took the time to attend today's event.
Click the buttons below to view photos of the event. If anyone would like a copy of photos from today's awards please email Mr Gavin at email@example.com