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elc Maths Week
Last term we held Math’s Week. There were a variety of online activities to challenge our students, here are some highlights.
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elc Lawyer of the year
Congratulations to our former student Cassandra for this excellent achievement!
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Y9 Aspire
Last term, as part of their studies for English our Year 9 students compiled these excellent editions of Aspire magazine.
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elc Fine Arts showcase
This fantastic video was produced by our students and the school’s Fine Arts department. It showcases highlights from school-based drama performances over the last few years. The dance and art clips are from our recent term during lockdown, as were the musical accompaniment, dance and singing recordings including the harmonies. The video was submitted for...
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elcInternationalSchool-Olympics
Fantastic achievement by our former student Aniqah Gaffoor. She represented Sri Lanka in the Women’s 100m butterfly event at the Olympic Games in Tokyo on Saturday. Here she is in action. We are sure we will be seeing more of her exploits in the pool in the coming years!
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Our Year 5 students were learning all about the human body last term. To illustrate what they learnt they created these fantastic models, one even made out of cake!
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Y6 characters
Our Year 6 students had some very creative and interesting outfits for their Storybook Characters in lessons at the end of term. Good job everyone!
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ejASS online camp
Recently we held an online virtual camp for our eJASS students. For this e-Adventurous Journey they took part in a variety of activities and even made their sandwiches. Well done to everyone who took part!
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elc student success
Congratulations to elc student Anitej Palur! He has been awarded the Choo Han Peng Music Scholarship 2021 from the Bentley Music Academy in Kuala Lumpur. He will pursue his Licentiate Royal Schools of Music (LRSM) in Music Performance (Piano).
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Y11 Cooks
This week in Ms Geet’s Coping Strategies lesson for the Post IGCSE Programme, Year 11 students discussed a number of essential skills and decided to try their hands at becoming chefs for a day. This idea was taken with a pinch of salt – all were a little nervous as well as excited and ready...
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