Our school has seen numerous activities over the past week. First, we were happy to host our flagship event, U2NESCO. The event has been held safely and successfully, with most schools participating on-site and one more online. Special commendations to Mr Benard Opanga, and students Jack and Rosie for the organisation.
Another special event took place last Monday where representatives of the UEF Board as well as UISZ parents, students, and employees, attended the Capping ceremony of the new school. It was again a successful event which transported us to envision UISZ’s bright future. A video of the event will be broadcasted soon.
This week the Chair of UEF Board Mrs Dorothy Wong came to the new UISZ campus from Hong Kong - after quarantining - to host the capping ceremony. A limited selection of parents, teachers and staff were invited to attend this wonderful celebration.
本周，誉德莱基金会主席 Dorothy Wong 女士在隔离后从香港来到 UISZ 新校区主持封顶仪式。部分家长、教师和工作人员受邀参加了这个精彩的庆祝活动。
Message from Ms. Jennifer
Year 2 and Year 3 students were able to participate in another exciting sports opportunity on Tuesday this week. Students had a chance to "compete" in 100m sprint, long jump, javelin throw, and a relay race! Everyone had a great time learning and cheering each other on as a team!
The Year 4 learners successfully delivered a Market Day for their end of unit assessment for “How we organize ourselves”. They were tasked to independently provide a good or service for their local primary community. After overcoming various challenges they demonstrated good resilience, alongside their balanced approach in delivering their products.
Y6 Science students start the new semester by developing ideas relating to the switch back and forth between the macroscopic and microscopic worlds. Macroscopic refers to objects and substances that can be touched, seen, and measured directly. Microscopic refers to the tiny particles that make up all matter. Through a series of hands-on experiments students prove that carbon dioxide gas is matter, which has mass and takes up space. Skills developed during this time included measuring precisely in standard units and constructing a variety of tables to record measurements.