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We Move, We Adapt, We Contribute
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Monday, 02 March 2015 10:57

On Friday 13th February 2015, Grade 3 students were excited to welcome their parents to their parent presentation. With the tagline “We Move, We Adapt, We Contribute”, they presented their learning through drama. Students showed what they have learnt in the unit of inquiry under the transdisciplinary theme “Where We Are In Place and Time” with the central idea “Human migration involves challenges and opportunities”.

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Our Visit to TK Al Fatimiyah
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Thursday, 26 February 2015 11:19

It was a sunny morning when Grade 4 students walked a little way down the street to visit their school neighbour, TK Al Fatimiyah. The school is located not far from our school. We went there as part of our learning in the unit of inquiry with the central idea "Children face a variety of challenges, risks, and opportunities." We learned, shared and played together with the kindergarten students there. From our visit we learned that children are all the same, but they face different challenges, risks and opportunities.

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We Traced, We Measured!
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Sunday, 15 February 2015 15:49

In Maths, Grade 1 students have just learned about measuring their height. They worked in pairs to trace their friend’s body. The teachers helped them prepare some shapes: triangles, circles, squares and rectangles which could be used to measure the height. The students were free to choose one shape.  Then, they drew a straight line from head to toe to mark the height and placed the shapes to measure their own height. They learned that when measuring with informal units, we cannot leave gaps or overlap. We must measure carefully to be accurate. Well done, Grade 1!

"How Does It Feel To Be A Migrant?": Grade 3 Exploring A Unit on Human Migration
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Sunday, 15 February 2015 15:41

Under the transdisciplinary unit of “Where We Are in Place and Time”, Grade 3 students have learnt about the reasons people migrate as well as the opportunities and challenges faced by migrants. During our exploration, we were lucky to have two great and fun guest speakers, namely Ibu Deasy Lontoh and Kak Yasminn Tambosi. Both of them shared their experiences as migrants when they migrated to other countries. Their stories were very interesting! We asked them lots of questions and we practised our listening skills too. Thank you very much for sharing with us, Ibu Deasy and Kak Yasminn!

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