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kennedy school newsletter No. 18, 29 June 2018 MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL Dear Parents, Well, we finally got there! It has been another exciting, busy and successful year at Kennedy School, and it seems a very long time ago that our Year One students started their journey last August. From camps to our sporting achievements. From our assemblies to our amazing shows. From Halloween to our Christmas carols. From our exhibition to our Year Six graduation on Wednesday night. The year has been one of great achievements. We leave the old Kennedy office area behind and return in the new year to our amazing new Year One classrooms, school library, school office and two new lifts! (We hope!) Farewell to our departing families, staff, students and of course all of our fabulous Year Six students. Good luck at WIS or wherever you may be heading to. Enjoy the summer break. JOHN BREWSTER PRINCIPAL DEVELOPMENT WORK IN THE SUMMER Due to the ongoing development work throughout the school during the summer break, the school’s phone lines, fax and email will be intermittently unavailable from July 5 to July 27. We are expecting all services to be back to normal by July 28. For any urgent issues, the school will still be open between the hours of 9am – 3pm. The office has temporarily been relocated to the staff room on the second floor of the North Wing. Thank you for your understanding. KENNEDY 2018/19 TERM 1 - DATES FOR THE DIARY 13 AUGUST 2018 14 AUGUST 2018 23 AUGUST 2018 23 AUGUST 2018 FIRST DAY OF TERM SWIMMING STARTS PTA WELCOME DRINKS FOR NEW PARENTS MEET THE TEACHER EVENING REMINDER: END-OF-YEAR REPORTS For Year 6 students and families leaving Kennedy School, your Gateway account will be closed very soon. Please download your child’s reports from the Gateway as soon as possible to ensure you have access to and a record of them. Best wishes to wherever you go next! 2017/18 IN PHOTOS Diwali Mid-Autumn Festival Art Auction KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER Christmas Choir Chinese New Year Green Week Sports Day Year 6 Show 2
Congratulations! To this year’s House Champions. D R AG O N S ! WITH 1848 POINTS 2ND - 1697 KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 3RD - 1649 4TH - 1592 3
VISITORS AT KENNEDY THIS WEEK Year 4 & Shakespeare4All The Year 4s greatly enjoyed watching ‘Shakespeare4All’ theatre production of ‘Are you asleep yet?’ this past Tuesday. We look forward to Shakespeare4All’s future performances! KIND REGARDS, MR MOORE Year 5, Year 6 & Super Cycling Man The Year 5 & 6s were paid a visit by Super Cycling Man, William Hodson, who talked about his adventures, cycling 100,000 kilometres across all 7 continents in a superhero costume to raise money for Parkinson’s charities. An entertaining and inspiring talk for the students! KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 4
Challenge Results Date: Monday 18th June - Sunday 24th June 2018 TOP 3 CLASSES AT KENNEDY PLACE 1ST 5K CLASS 148,778 POINTS 2ND 3RD 5W 4D 146,861 POINTS 145,472 POINTS KENNEDY YEAR GROUP CHALLENGE YEAR 1ST PLACE CLASS 2ND PLACE CLASS 3RD PLACE CLASS TOTAL YEAR GROUP RANK YEAR 1 1M 106,094 1T 85,943 1B 54,464 265,521 4TH YEAR 2 2T 104,408 2J 64,809 2C 49,677 291,731 3RD YEAR 3 3C 63,792 3S 60,543 3R 43,005 249,470 5TH YEAR 4 4D 145,472 4C 92,638 4R 60,256 367,166 2ND YEAR 5 5K 148,778 5W 146,861 5I 112,484 590,929 1ST YEAR 6* 6M 26,683 6RO 23,825 6P 21,630 89,760 6TH * YEAR 6 WERE BUSY WITH YEAR 6 SHOW TOP 3 CHILDREN IN EACH YEAR GROUP YEAR 1ST PLACE CLASS 2ND PLACE CLASS 3RD PLACE CLASS YEAR 1 1M CHARLOTTE FU 27,757 1N ZEYU CHEN 15,093 1M ADITI BHATTACHARYA 10,500 YEAR 2 2T NIRAV NANDWANI 57,158 2T OSCAR DAILLY 9,341 2C AMAIRA GUPTA 6,970 YEAR 3 3C SOFIA LIAO 14,941 3S LINDSAY GUAN 12,102 3S DANIEL CHEUNG 8,197 YEAR 4 4D LIRON COJOCARU 31,957 4D CHARISSE LAI 27,690 4D LUCAS BEESON 18,579 YEAR 5 5W THANNEERMALAI KANNAPPAN 81,058 5I VINAMR GUPTA 38,320 5K NATHAN NG 32,813 YEAR 6 6RO RYAN LAI 12,430 6P SCARLETT LAU 5,859 6M JOANNA BI 5,830 KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 5
TOP 10 CHILDREN IN KENNEDY SCHOOL PLACE NAME CLASS 1ST THANNEERMALAI KANNAPPAN 5W 2ND NIRAV NANDWANI 2T 57,158 3RD VINAMR GUPTA 5I 38,320 4TH NATHAN NG 5K 32,813 5TH LIRON COJOCARU 4D 31,957 6TH CHARLOTTE FU 1M 27,757 7TH CHARISSE LAI 4D 27,690 8TH LUCAS BEESON 4D 18,579 9TH ADVAITH EYUNNI 5D 15,624 10TH ZEYU CHEN 1D 15,093 KENNEDY MATHLETICS 2018 WRAP UP Last week, Kennedy School held the second annual Mathletics Challenge where classes battled against each other to be the highest scoring mathletes around. First out of the blocks were Year 5. Students across the year band were taking the competition very seriously and one member of 5K, Nathan Ng, even sent out emails to both congratulate and rally his teammates. The competitive spirit throughout the school was felt each day. The Mathletics Hall of Fame saw Kennedy classes creep up the Asian and World leaderboard. Within individual cohorts, classes were jostling for position in an attempt to be crowned the ‘best’ in the year and the school. Battles between 1M and 1T, 4D and 4C, and ultimately 5K and 5W proved very intriguing as the days passed. The eventual winners, and retaining champions - 5K, managed to get themselves out into the lead on Thursday and retained that position (by only a few thousand points) until the competition ended on Sunday. In each class, there were some notable performances by some outstanding mathematicians. As the hours racked up, so to did the points totals, and some children scored more than many combined class scores. Nirav Nandwani in 2T was second out of 900 students and the highest scoring child from the lower phase, with a massive 57,158 points. However, the unmistakable mathematical athlete this year was Thanneermalai Kannappan, 5W, who recorded a score of 81,058, double the highest individual total from 12 months ago. When the last key was punched and the final calculation crunched, Kennedy had amassed a mighty total of over 1.8 million points, more than 2,000 hours of competing and almost 6,000 logins to the website. Congratulations to everyone who scored points for their class team, and a very big well done those went for the highest individual score. Until next year carry on computing and developing your mathematical fluency skills. KIND REGARDS, POINTS 81,058 TOTAL KENNEDY SIGN-INS 5,997 TOTAL KENNEDY TIME ONLINE 2024HRS 41MINS TOTAL KENNEDY POINTS 1,861,345 MR. SWEET KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 6
MESSAGE FROM THE P.E. DEPARTMENT A huge thank you to those parents whose support has contributed to the success of the Kennedy School Sports Programme this term. We have had a great number of parents supporting the Year 1 and Year 2 Fundamental Movement Skills sessions as well as parents volunteering their help at various Extra Curricular Activities including Running and Aquathon. Both Mrs. Khemlyani and I greatly appreciate your time and look forw ard to working with you again next year. TIM LUCK HEAD OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 7
Thank you for a great green year! Thanks for all your support this year! if you are interested in taking party in a family community garden project next year please contact Tim Tremmel for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org TIM TREMMEL YEAR 2 TEACHER / ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 8
ACTIVITES BY EXTERNAL AGENCIES & ADVERTISING Click on the following links to view advertisements for after school activities provided by external agencies and ESF Educational Services. DAY ACTIVITY PROVIDER VARIOUS FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, TENNIS, GYMNASTICS, KUNG FU, NETBALL, SCIENCE, WRITING CLASS, JAPANESE CLASS, DANCE, SPANISH ESF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES VARIOUS SCIENCE ADVENTURES, STORMY CHEFS, MISSION RUNWAY ACTIVE KIDS MONDAY DRAMA, SPEECH & COMMUNICATION CLASSES STARLIT VOICE MONDAY CHESS LESSONS HOYINPING CHESS MONDAY FABRIC FUN FABRIC ART VARIOUS FOUNDATION’S ORATOR, FILMAKER & NOVELIST FOUNDATION ACADEMY TUESDAY HINDI ACTIVITY CLASSES DO-DESI - KHEL KAHANI THURSDAY ART CLASSES BANANA ART FRIDAY MARTIAL ARTS WORLD ALL STYLES MARTIAL ARTS Disclaimer Notice: Kennedy School does not endorse or represent the accuracy, truthfulness or reliability of these advertisements placed by outside agencies. 9 KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER
ESF Summer Sports Camps & Clinics 3 JUL 2018 - 10 AUG 2018 Multi Sports Camps Full Day Camps Swimming Clinics Gymnastics Clinics Tennis Clinics Football Clinics Open to ESF & Non ESF Students ENROL ONLINE 2711 1280 www.esf.org.hk email@example.com KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 10
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KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 6 PLACE NAME CLASS POINTS 1ST THANNEERMALAI KANNAPPAN 5W 81,058 2ND NIRAV NANDWANI 2T 57,158 3RD VINAMR GUPTA 5I 38,320 4TH NATHAN NG 5K 32,813 5TH LIRON COJOCARU 4D 31,957 6TH CHARLOTTE FU 1M 27,757 7TH CHARISSE LAI 4D 27,690 8TH LUCAS BEESON 4D 18,579 9TH ADVAITH EYUNNI 5D 15,624 10TH ZEYU CHEN 1D 15,093 TOP 10 CHILDREN IN KENNEDY SCHOOL Last week, Kennedy School .
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