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Kung Hei Fat Choi. HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR FROM KENENDY SCHOOL STAFF AND TEACHERS. MAY 2017 BE A HAPPY, SAFE & A PROSPEROUS YEAR.

No. 20, 26 January 2017 Dear Parents and Caregivers, It has been a wonderful week of celebration with the children involved in many Chinese New Year activities including the fabulous phase assemblies and today’s Lion and Dragon dances. I would like to wish you all a happy Chinese New Year and I’m sure it will be a successful and prosperous one for all of our Kennedy families. Afterall, it is the year of the B.rooster! Kung Hei Fat Choi! JOHN BREWSTER, PRINCIPAL STAFF NEWS. Bo n v oya g e Mrs Emma Navin our VP in charge of Year 3 and Year 4 will be leaving Kennedy School at the end of this academic year. Emma has been at Kennedy School for 5 years and she will be greatly missed by us all. Emma will be moving to Dubai where she will take up a new and exciting post of Vice Principal, Head of Juniors at KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER the North London Collegiate School, Dubai. We will have many opportunities to farewell Emma in the next few months. I am currently advertising for a new Vice Principal for Kennedy School. JOHN BREWSTER PRINCIPAL 2

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KENNEDY CALENDAR AND UPCOMING EVENTS FEBRUARY 2017 CLASS ASSEMBLY (8:30 - 9:00AM) 6 FEBRUARY RETURN DATE TO SCHOOL 7 FEBRUARY YR 6 THEATRE TRIP - WHY THE WHALES CAME 8 FEBRUARY YR 1, YR 2, YR 3 & YR 4 SPORTS DAY 9 FEBRUARY YR 5 & YR 6 SPORTS DAY 9 FEBRUARY COMEDY NIGHT IN KENNEDY SCHOOL HALL 10 FEBRUARY YR 5 CHINESE ASSEMBLY 8:30AM - 9:00 AM 10 FEBRUARY PTA COFFEE MORNING 8:30AM - 9:30AM 13 15 FEBRUARY VISION SCREENING TEST – KENNEDY SCHOOL 22 FEBRUARY YR 1 DTAP-IPV IMMUNIZATIONS 23 FEBRUARY YR 5 BAKE SALE - 5A, 5D, 5K 1 MARCH YR 5 BAKE SALE - 5S, 5J 14 FEBRUARY YR 3 & YR 4 ASSEMBLY - 3O 15 FEBRUARY YR 1 & YR 2 ASSEMBLY - 2P 16 FEBRUARY YR 5 & YR 6 ASSEMBLY - 6P 28 FEBRUARY YR 3 & YR 4 ASSEMBLY - 3C 1 MARCH YR 1 & YR 2 ASSEMBLY - 1A 2 MARCH YR 5 & YR 6 ASSEMBLY - 6RO 7 MARCH YR 4 ASSEMBLY - 4C 8 MARCH YR 1 ASSEMBLY - 1M 9 MARCH YR 6 ASSEMBLY - 6M 14 MARCH YR 3 & YR 4 ASSEMBLY - 3T 15 MARCH YR 1 & YR 2 ASSEMBLY - 2J 16 MARCH YR 5 & YR 6 ASSEMBLY - 6R MESSAGE FROM THE LIBRARY PADDYFIELD BOOKCLUB ORDERS KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER Dear parents, a reminder that the deadline for Paddyfield orders is Monday 6th February. Unfortunately we can’t accept any orders after this date. Please take care to read all the instructions on the order form and be sure to write the cheque to PADDYFIELD.COM LTD. The completed order forms can be left at the office or with the class teacher. We would also like to emphasise that any orders you place will generate Paddyfield Book Club credits for our school to purchase new library books. Once we receive all the ordered books from Paddyfield, we’ll deliver them to your child’s classroom for them to take home. If you have any inquiries regarding this, please email us at library@kennedy.edu.hk. We’ll send out a further update with the expected delivery date once all the orders have been sent to Paddyfield. SUSAN MIFSUD AND NINA SEHGAL 4

Thank you to all those children who put in so much time, energy and creativity in submitting writing for this annual Hong Kong event. The standard this year was particularly high, and it was very difficult to select just 10 of our young Kennedy writers, out of all those who entered, to be submitted to the next round of the competition. Thank you once again to all Kennedy students who entered, and good luck to these ten children for the next round. JEFF MOORE ENGLISH COORDINATOR, KENNEDY SCHOOL HERE ARE THE SUCCESSFUL ENTRANTS: GREGORY KO 6P HILLARY SIT 5D MAYUKA HASHIMOTO 5S LILY MEI PECKHAM 4J CHARISSE LAI 3C ALICIA VON HAUSSWOLF 5A POPPY ROBERTS 4J KING HIN LAU 6S DIA BHARWANI 6S EVA GUNNING GARCIA 6M MESSAGE FROM THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT ESF 50TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT The children in the Senior Choir are working very hard in preparation for the ESF 50th Anniversary Concert on March 17th at the Queen Elizabeth stadium. Tickets for this event will be available from January 31st at all URBTIX outlets 280 and concession 220. Please purchase your tickets as soon as possible as this event is very popular and may sell out. [Performers do not need to buy a ticket]. Thank you very much for your continued support. MRS GG HEAD OF MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 5

MESSAGE FROM THE NURSE VISION SCREENING 13TH AND 15TH FEB 2017 Suzan Salnikow, an Optometrist, will be coming to Kennedy School on 13th & 15th of February to do vision screening for those children who sign up. If you want your child to have this service, please download this vision screening form and send it to the medical room with a cheque for HK 220 made payable to ‘Suzan Salnikow’. Please sign up by 6th of February. SALLY CONNELL AND HENRIETTE TEUCHLER KENNEDY SCHOOL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS The fee per child is 220, payable by cheque to Suzan Salnikow Please return to school by Monday 6th February 2017. MESSAGE FROM THE P.T.A. KENNEDY COMEDY NIGHT – THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY We are very pleased to introduce our first ever Comedy Night, featuring 5 comedians from TakeOut Comedy: Jami Gong, Pete Grella, Ryan Hynek, Ben Quinlan and Anthony Solimini. Ticket Price: HK 325 Includes: Entrance and Indian Snacks Date: Thursday 9th February Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm 6:30pm – 8:00pm – Bar open Indian Snacks served 8:00pm – 9:30pm – Comedy Night in the hall Don’t miss out on a fun night click here for more information and a booking form KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 6

FROM THE P.E. DEPARTMENT YR4 - YR6 GAMES ROTATIONS: Please ensure your child is wearing their P.E. Kit for Games as well as for P.E. lessons. Additionally, for children in Year 4 to 6, please ensure your child has the correct kit for their Unit: Hockey - in accordance with the HKHA regulations all children participating in hockey MUST wear shin pads and a mouth guard. Long socks to hold shin pads are also recommended. All of these items are available from the PTA Office. SPORTS DAY VOLUNTEERS The dates of the three Sports Day this year will be as follows: YEAR 1&2 SPORTS DAY: WED 8 FEB, 12:40 – 2:25PM YEAR 3&4 SPORTS DAY: WED 8TH FEB, 9:25AM - 11:30AM YEAR 5&6 SPORTS DAY: THURS 9 FEB 9:10AM – 12:20PM Rugby - although there is no mandate from the HKRFU we strongly recommend the use of mouth guards when playing rugby. Mouth guards and shin pads are available for purchase from the PTA Office. YEAR 4 DRAGONS LIONS Year 5 Sports Day Volunteers Year 6 Sports Day Volunteers Please contact your Class Teacher or Parent if you are available to help with the scoring at any of these events. Further information with regards to volunteering will be emailed to you via your class parent in due course. A summary of the activities for each Sports Day is below: Y1&2 Sports Day Parent Booklet Y3&4 Sports Day Parent Booklet Y5&6 Sports Day Parent Booklet KENNEDY SPORTS UPCYCLING Yesterday DHL came to Kennedy School to collect our latest donations to be transported to the Laos Rugby Federation. In all thirty boxes of donations, weighing in at nearly 400kgs, are making their way to Vientiane. It has been a real team effort. As a school we have donated over 225 pairs of boots donated by you along with over 100 team kits we no longer use. We also received over 100 kits from another local school. Escapade have donated an incredible 400 rugby balls. KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER PHEONIX UNICORNS NO GAMES DUE TO YR3 & YR4 SPORTS DAY YEAR 5 DRAGONS LIONS PHEONIX UNICORNS HOCKEY ATHLETICS NETBALL RUGBY DRAGONS LIONS PHEONIX UNICORNS HOCKEY ATHLETICS NETBALL RUGBY YEAR 6 Santa Fe Movers donated all the boxes and resources for packing the donations and DHL are generously transporting all of our donations to Laos free of charge. The Laos Rugby Federation forwarded me this video of our previous donation of boots in action at the grassroots level. Towards the end of THIS VIDEO you will see children playing barefoot and the difference our work will make to them. Before you throw out any old trainers or football boots please consider donating them to the Laos Rugby Federation courtesy of the school. Please place any unwanted trainers or boots into the blue bin inside the school office. We will also accept cricket bats, wickets and balls. 7

WALL OF FAME CLICK ON “ADD A NEW DISCUSSION TOPIC” TO START A NEW THREAD ABOUT YOUR EVENT/ SPORT. THEN ENTER DETAILS OF YOUR EVENT OR SPORTING ACHIEVEMENT ALONG WITH A PHOTO OF YOU IN ACTION, IF YOU HAVE ONE. PLEASE CELEBRATE THE SUCCESSES OF OTHER CHILDREN AT KENNEDY BY READING THEIR THREADS AND WRITING POSITIVE COMMENTS FOR THEM. KENNEDY WALL OF FAME PLEASE ENCOURAGE YOUR CHILD TO CELEBRATE THEIR SPORTING PASSIONS AND SUCCESSES WITH THE REST OF THE KENNEDY COMMUNITY THROUGH THIS FORMAT. THE KENNEDY SCHOOL SPORTS WALL OF FAME ON OUR VLE IS A FORUM WHERE CHILDREN CAN SHARE THEIR SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS. KENNEDY HOUSE POINTS LIONS PHOENIX DRAGONS UNICORNS 155 140 152 157 KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 8

GREEN NEWS RUN FOR CHANGE It’s the perfect running weather! Register now and run for change! Raised funds will go towards WWF-Hong Kong’s conservation and education works. DATE: 19 FEBRUARY 2017 (SUNDAY) TIME: 8:30 A.M. - 12:00 NOON VENUE: HONG KONG SCIENCE PARK RACE CATEGORY: Individual Race, Team Race (3-4 runners), Corporate Race (3-4 runners), Family Team (3 runners) DISTANCE: 3.5 km/10 km/1 km Family Run (3 runners run together) ENROLL NOW Event Details Public enquiries: 2526 1011 (press 4,7,0 after choosing language) Corporate enquiries@2161 9658 EMAIL: events@wwf.org.hk PLAYGROUND FUN! We are having lots of fun creating our own ‘recycled’ playground toys using ropes, sticks and tarpaulin. If you are out hiking during the holidays, please collect pine cones, bark, shells, pebbles and strong sticks to bring into school for our play and art activities. Our children are learning to problem solve, as well as developing their motor skills when manipulating natural items. LESLEY DAVIES CLASS TEACHER AND ESD COORDINATOR KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 9

ESF 50TH ANNIVERSARY LAUNCH CEREMONY Fifteen of our Year 6 students had the opportunity to be part of the ESF 50th Anniversary Launch Ceremony and a celebration for the Year of the Rooster at RCHK on Wednesday. Nine ESF schools took part and the performances included dance, drama, music and song. Kennedy students presented a Kung Fu and the Code of Conduct for children. They did an amazing job and the children should be proud of their achievements. It was evident from the celebration that there are many talented students across ESF. Thank you to all the students who took part and to the Chinese team for all their hard work and commitment to ensuring the Year of the Rooster gets off to a wonderful start. EMMA NAVIN - VICE PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES BY EXTERNAL AGENCIES 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 DIY WORKSHOPS BRAINCHILD MONDAY CHESS LESSONS HOYINPING CHESS MONDAY FABRIC FUN FABRIC ART VARIOUS FOUNDATION’S ORATOR, FILMAKER & NOVELIST FOUNDATION ACADEMY WEDNESDAY BRICKS 4 KIDZ ELITE BRICKS THURSDAY ART CLASSES BANANA ART FRIDAY CREATIVE WRITING AND PUBLISHING ELEPHANT COMMUNITY PRESS Disclaimer Notice: Kennedy School does not endorse or represent the accuracy, truthfulness or reliability of these advertisements placed by outside agencies. KENNEDY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 10

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kennedy school newsletter 8 wall of fame lions phoenix dragons unicorns 155 140 152 157 kennedy house points please encourage your child to celebrate their sporting passions and successes with the rest of the kennedy community through this format. the kennedy school sports wall of fame on our vle is a forum where children can share their

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