School Bulletin 33 – 29th October 2021

School Bulletin


Learning Schedule for the week of the 1st to 5th of November:

Monday 1st to Friday 5th of November Early Years, Primary, Year 6, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11NB (Mon, Tues, Weds), Year 12 Year 7, Year 11NB (Thurs / Fri_, Year 11 IB


WEEK IN REVIEW: Week 33 saw our Year 12 IB students start their final IB examinations.  After an emotional and enjoyable final day of ‘classes’ last Friday, which saw our students come dressed as a favourite character, share a collective breakfast and have fun with a comparsa, our students will now be focused for the next two and a half weeks on demonstrating all that they have learnt in the last two years.  We wish each of them the very best of luck.

This week has also seen our Year 5 students start the transition process of moving into Secondary.  This has included meeting a range of Secondary staff members and experiencing several classes in our Secondary classrooms.

HEALTH AND SAFETY: We would like to remind all members of our community of the importance of adhering to our health and safety requirements while entering and exiting campus.  Specifically, mask use and maintaining a social distance of 1.8 metres is a mandatory requirement for all members of our community as soon as they enter campus.

For next year 2022, we will carry out some remodeling of our infra-structure during the holidays and reorganize the groups at certain levels to be able to offer in-school, “presencial” classes at all levels.

GOLF RANKINGS: We would like to congratulate Paulina Montero and Felipe Montero on their placement in the National Golf ranking for the 2021 season.  Paulina (Year 12) was ranked as the national champion in the Female Youth – 15 to 18 category and Felipe (Year 10) was ranked as the sub-national champion in the Male Youth – 15 to 18 category as well as sub-national champion in the Net Championship category.  Many congratulations to both golfers!.

ELECTRICITY CUT: We would like to thank both teachers and students for their patience and flexibility during Tuesday’s extended power cut.  Being without electricity on certain parts of our campus for approximately 5 hours was certainly challenging but we are pleased to report that it only caused minor disruptions to the student’s learning on that day.


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