During Family Week in the Early Childhood Department, we had a great time focusing on doing activities with and about our families. Our Early Childhood learners really enjoyed Family Week and capped the week off with Grandparents Day! We hope grandparents near and far know they are loved and celebrated.
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NEWSLETTER August 2020 MESSAGE FROM HEAD OF SCHOOL A new academic year, new chapters, new circumstances. There are many uncertainties, but what I can say with certainty is that we are starting a new academic year on August 24, 2020. In keeping with government directives, our campus will remain closed, but we will continue to execute our online programme – new and improved. The pandemic is closer to our reality than before, and today, more than ever, we need to prove our mettle, and uphold the resilience we have displayed, as individuals and as a [...]
NEWSLETTER July 2020 MESSAGE FROM HEAD OF SCHOOL ‘Teamwork makes a dream work’, I am a believer of this adage, now more than ever! In March 2020, we were faced with a situation that affected us globally, regionally, and as a school community, just in different amplitudes. Today, as I have ridden the wave, I know the only thing that kept us sailing successfully was our community spirit, the trust every AIS parent instilled in us, the love of every student for their school, the Directors’ conviction and faith, my hardworking teaching and nonteaching staff, [...]
NEWSLETTER May 2020 MESSAGE FROM HEAD OF SCHOOL Dear AIS Family, Hope you are all safe and healthy. We receive an overload of solicited (and unsolicited) information regarding the pandemic, so I will save us all the trouble and stick with AIS News (and there is plenty, on that front!) This newsletter will focus only on AIS, our students, parents and staff. To begin with: A big thank you to AIS Teachers and Staff for being positive, listeners, accomodative, taking criticism in your stride, hardworking, lifelong learners and inspiring. I am grateful to [...]
Our Year 3 students have been learning about personal and possessive pronouns. For one of their activities, they had a lot of fun making "Pronoun Flowers!" They were very eager to explain what they made and share their great work!