This past week has been a challenging week, with the decision to close both campuses for students on Monday and Tuesday leading into Malaysia Day on Wednesday. With an improvement in the air quality at the moment, it has been great to have the children back on both campuses for the last two days of this week. It was even more pleasing to see the children playing and enjoying their break and lunch times outside today.
We appreciate that there are mixed opinions and views on the actions that the school did take and should take when the air quality becomes unhealthy and concerning for everyone. The decision to close for our students earlier this week is not taken lightly. We know how much our children love coming to school everyday and being with their friends and teachers.
Today was Jeans for Genes day, a cause our school has supported for many years across both campuses. Next week, our ECA programme commences for Term 1 so the level of activity on both campuses will increase significantly. Inter-school sports competitions are beginning to get underway and the ISAC Cross-Country is approaching in early October.
Our Council of Governors are working with Marc Frankel from Triangle Associates to review strategy and discuss strategic areas of our school’s development. Marc has worked with our governors in recent years to help guide and our strategic direction and priorities.
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A reminder that next Thursday, 24th September, is a public holiday for Hari Raya Haji and the school is closed on that day.
Have a safe weekend.
Head of School
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