Primary School students and parents are connecting through this week's Learning Share sessions at UWCSEA East, looking at daily activities through their child's perspective and gaining valuable insights in their child's learning.
This morning we had a beautiful, colourful Deepavali celebration, in anticipation of the festival of lights, at the Tent Plaza - hosted by the Indian community and Sodexo. The community enjoyed a sumptuous Indian buffet, live dance performances from different parts of India, henna painting, craft activities and a dress-up and photo booth. Happy Deepavali to all!
Last weekend was the seventh annual Model UN (MUN) hosted at East Campus, where students roleplayed delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. Participants tackled provocative topics such as human rights abuses and protection of human rights for migrant children and adolescents. Whether this was your first or last conference, well done to all participants for an engaging and informed debate!
Photo credit: Clarice, Flora, Ian, Jamie, and Kirsty
At the Grade 1 Living Museum each student chose a job and conducted some research into how it contributes to a community, and the special skills and tools needed for that profession. A job well done to all our students!
Immerse yourselves in a series of dramatic, comedic and powerful short plays by the Drama Department. Short Form, a High School production of 10-minute plays written, directed and performed by students.
Universities from around the world were represented at the International Universities Fair this morning! Representatives shared with our High School students the global opportunities for higher education open to them – organised by the University Advising Centre.