T2W2 – 9 Dec 2022
Winter Holiday is fast approaching; we have lined up several events to celebrate the festive season.
Friday, December 9 – Dress Down Day
To celebrate Gratitude Week, students can dress in blue to show gratitude and pink to show kindness.
Wednesday to Friday, December 14 to 16 – Santa’s Workshop organized by the PSG
Students take turns visiting Santa’s Workshop at lunch recess. They will be served popcorn and hot chocolate. They can also bring a small amount of cash for the sale of gently used toys, books and stationery. (For more details, please read SSIS WeCom message sent yesterday.)
Santa’s Workshop Schedule
|Wed, Dec. 14||Grade 1||Grade 4|
|Thu, Dec. 15||Grade 2||Grade 5|
|Fri, Dec. 16||Grade 3||Grade 6|
Friday, December 16 – Christmas Attire Day
Students can dress in Christmas attire (green or red outfit) or house shirts.
Tuesday, December 20 – Winter Concert
Students will enjoy performances at the PAC from 2:15 to 3:15 pm. Parents of the performing students will be invited to attend the show.
Wednesday, December 21 – Class Party
The timetable will be suspended in Periods 6 and 7. Students can dress in Christmas attire (Santa’s hat, jumper, socks, woolly scarves). They can also share snacks, play games and bond with their teachers and friends at the party.
We wish all SSIS families a fantastic winter holiday and a happy new year!
Class Roles – Students’ Sharing
CHAN Jui-Jung (G4A)
“This year, we have been introduced to class leaders. Everybody can volunteer to be a class leader. A class leader assists the teacher and helps the class to improve. In my class, there are 7 class leaders each term. Their names, roles and job descriptions are displayed at the back of the classroom. In term one, I was the English Resource Manager. I was in charge of checking if everyone handed in their homework on time. I also helped my English teacher, Ms. Nie, hand out and collect resources. I am very proud to be a class leader in Term One. I feel contented to have contributed in helping my teacher and my classmates.”
G1A Kazuyori OKADA 岗田和顺
G3M YU An Qi 余安琪
G5O SHEN Rita Ashley 沈希璠
Multimedia Training in ICT
Students in Grades 2 through 6 have started a range of lessons centered around multimedia. This includes developing an understanding of the principles behind disciplines like video, audio stories, and digital books and using productivity tools to develop online newspapers and articles. Some of the skills they develop are photography, basic sound engineering, script writing and storyboard writing as well as how to structure an interview. This is a wonderful opportunity or our primary learners to showcase their creativity.
See photos of G5 students practicing the lighting techniques they learned about:
Ms Ramida Din (Primary School Principal)
Mr Tony Rampton (Primary School Assistant Principal)