Monday 22 September
Update: the Stern Hall
Today's Activities/Locations - Check hub or office to see what activity you are registered for:
MONDAY Lunchtime 1235-1320
1. Student Council with Ms Fritz - Lab
2. Violin with Laura Virtanen (private tuition) - F01
3. Drama Club with Mrs Watson - F03
MONDAY After-School 1545-1630
1. Choir Club & Private Singing Lessons - F04
2. String Quartet - F01
3. Private Violin Lessons - F01
Lunchtime Park Schedule
The following Grade/s will be going to the park today:
Monday - Grade 6
Students not in Grade 6 who wish to visit the park may do so by signing up for any vacant places on a list at morning break (maximum 20 places) at reception.
Park group leaves at:
**All students going to the park will need to meet in the Hub for a prompt departure.
Remember to bring your sports and outdoor shoes for the Park!
Tuesday - Grade 7 & 8
Wednesday - Grade 6
Thursday - Grade 7 & 8
Friday - Grade 9 & 10
Grade 6 & 7 Science Study: Zoo Trip - Wednesday 24 September
Wednesday, Sep. 24th, 9:30am-3:30pm
London Zoo, London, United Kingdom
Grade 6 students will focus on animal adaptations and ecosystems while Grade 7 will be studying classification as they visit the zoo and take part in educational sessions taught by zoo experts.
Students will need to bring:
their Oyster card
comfortable walking shoes
a water proof
and their charged ipad.
Students are also encouraged to bring a mobile phone if they have one. It is recommended that students bring a small backpack to carry their belongings as we will be doing a lot of walking. A packed lunch will be provided by the school but students may want to bring a small amount of money for a hot drink or ice cream.
Grade 10: Tate Britain Trip - Wednesday 24 September
Wednesday, Sep. 24th, 12:30-3:30pm
Grade 10 will be visiting the Tate Britain to research sculptors like Henry Moore as well as the 19th century figure painters, which is part of their unit "Figure It Out". Students will be using their iPads to take photographs and will annotate these on their bamboo app.
Students will need:
their topped up Oyster cards
their art book
money to buy a postcard or a snack.
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Halcyon Guest Speakers - Susan Pollack
Tuesday, Sep. 30th, 3:45pm
33 Seymour Pl
Halcyon Guest Speakers: Javier Sanchez
Friday, Oct. 3rd, 12:30pm
We are delighted that as part of the Halcyon Guest Speakers programme, Javier Sanchez, father of Celia and Andres will be addressing students on the subject of marketing and advertising. Javier speaks from his experience in working for Coca Cola. This talk is open to all students.
Vegetable Risotto (Gluten Free)
Spinach & Onion Quiche with garnish
Egg mayonnaise roll
Salads & Sides:
Couscous Salad Coleslaw (Gluten Free/Dairy Free)
Tomato & Cucumber Salad (Gluten Free/Dairy Free)
Mixed Salad (Gluten Free/Dairy Free)
Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Custard
Please come back for a second helping if you are hungry!
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