Earlier this week, members of East Campus staff gathered to discuss UWCSEA’s ‘Values in Action’ initiative and to seek new ways to contribute towards the UWC mission. Thank you to everyone for their inspirational contributions!
Our ropes course challenges students physically while nurturing skills of encouragement, support, communication and planning. Students also learn about safety equipment, tying knots and care of rope. Great job all!
Anticipation is running high for this year’s High School production, The Heart of Robin Hood by David Farr at East Campus. With a fabulous soundtrack, beautiful design and a cast of sixty Grade 9-11 students, the show runs all this week to small audiences. Break a leg everyone!
Some lucky Junior School students had the delightful opportunity to have a fancy breakfast this morning with Brian O Maoileoin, our Junior School Principal at Dover. What a great way to start the day! Thank you Brian and Sodexo for organising - we hope everyone enjoyed themselves!
Festive Brass on Saturday March 14th was presented by the combined Dover Phoenix Brass Band and the Monday Brass Band. A celebration of Christmas and the G12 brass musicians graduating this year, having started playing in the band in G3! Photography: Lisa Hill
Last Friday, we celebrated Fiesta Latina, a Latin-themed party hosted by the Spanish speaking "A Key for Guatemala" GC, where we smashed piñatas, busted moves at the dance competition and enjoyed a feast of traditional food. Thank you to all who participated and contributed to house-building efforts, education and healthcare for families in Guatemala who are living on under $1 a day.
Uniting Nations Day 2019 celebrations are underway in the Primary School. Students, staff and parents are coming together wearing their national colours and costumes to celebrate our unity in diversity. Congratulations to all our wonderful Primary performers and fantastic staff who have worked so hard behind the scenes for the last few weeks to bring these beautiful performances to the stage! Big thanks to the parents who shared their cultural traditions and delicacies at the Food Festival.
The Hour of Code is a worldwide effort designed to demystify "code" and to show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. Over 30 Middle School students participated in the coding activities!
This week was Human Rights Day, and UWCSEA Dover is commemorating it with Write for Rights this entire week. Students will pick up their pens, and put their hearts into letters that appeal to governments and authorities all over the world to put a stop to human rights violations in their countries. UWCSEA students stand in solidarity with millions of people around the world are writing about the same causes this entire week. Thank to you everyone for participating!