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Our Year 6 students have been learning about Mary Seacole in their online English lessons recently. This was part of Black History Month, Mary Seacole, became well known for helping to treat wounded soldiers during the Crimea War in the 19th Century. Devika put together this lovely video to illustrate a day in the life...
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Increasingly we hear arguments that exams do not matter, do not measure ability accurately, or that they place undue pressure on students. However, it is our view, that society has not changed significantly to embrace a reduction of exams, let alone its removal or replacement. As Mrs. Chong, Head of Secondary at elc International School...
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Well, life under Movement Control Order (MCO) has been extremely challenging for all of us. There is a saying that we never appreciate the value of water until the pipe runs dry. That is true with a lot of other things too. We always take people, things and freedom for granted, especially if we have...
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No doubt, grades are tremendously important. They are a tried-and-tested method of judging a student’s ability and performance. The grades students receive on assessments inform a teacher’s teaching and are the basis on which teachers adjust their teaching and learning methodology. They help teachers evaluate which sections of the syllabus need further reinforcement and which...
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Last year we challenged our Upper Primary Prefects to think about who they are and their goals for the future. After each Prefect wrote all this down we buried it deep in the depths of the elc grounds. Recently it was finally time to dig up this lost treasure. We can now share with you,...
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Congratulations, to all our students who recently completed the eJASS program. They have worked hard in unique circumstances to complete the program. They were presented with their medals & certificates in school this week, well done everyone!
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We have a selection of fantastic art on display from our Secondary students in school currently. Here is a sample of what went on during the online learning art lessons last term. We have some surrealist style portrait photography projects created by budding photographers and editors in Year 9. We can also see minimalist single...
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This morning our Parents Association (PA) held their first coffee morning of the academic year. It was a fantastic opportunity for a limited number of elc parents to have a nice breakfast and socialise at Ra-ft Cafe. Ms Evie also ran a wonderful workshop on how to create mooncake! Everyone had the opportunity to create...
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Our Sungai Buloh Parents’ Association (PA) 2020 committee are having their first coffee morning of this academic year on Thursday 24th September and would be delighted if elc parents could join them for a ‘cuppa’ and a light breakfast. As we all know the “Mooncake Festival” is around the corner, therefore they are running a...
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