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ACG International School Jakarta News

ACG International School Jakarta News


Year 1 Students Celebrated Independence Day

Monday, 25 August 2014 12:15

Year 1s independence day celebration1
Catch the flag race

We did a variety of games on that day. Such as… Kerupuk eating race (lomba makan kerupuk), flag hunting race (lomba mengumpulkan bendera),sack race (lomba balap karung) and marble and spoon race (lomba kelereng).

Jakarta Schools Football League

Wednesday, 04 June 2014 09:33

 

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ACG International School Jakarta U10B Team were presented with the Under 10F Division Cup at a Gala Presentation Event held at the British International School on Saturday 31st May.  Representatives of the team enjoyed the entertainment and opportunity to meet representatives from local club Team Persib, currently ranked number 2 in Indonesia as well as Fox Sport Asia’s Football host PJ Roberts.  Congratulations to the whole team, who finished the season having won all their games, scoring a whopping 67 goals and conceding only 3!  A terrific effort!

ELS Barrier Game developing listening and speaking skills

Monday, 26 May 2014 11:14

The ELS team received a teaching resource made by Miss Julie, (Miss Melinda’s sister).

This ‘Barrier Game’ develops listening and speaking skills.

You place a barrier between 2 students. Each student has a doll shape, an identical set of hats, shirts and trousers for their ‘person’.  One student selects a hat, shirt and trousers for their person and then describes the outfit to the other student.  The listener has to choose the outfit based on the description. Students then compare the outfits to see if they have been successful in speaking and listening.

 

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The first ELS group to play this game came from Year 3.  It was a valuable learning experience that allowed even the shyest speaker to talk in a non-threatening context.  All of the students were enthusiastic.  They developed more specific vocabulary incorporating mathematical language.

Students comments included “ The bestest ( best) game I have ever played.”  “ I like this game.”  “I had fun.”  

 

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Book Week

Thursday, 22 May 2014 10:26

ACG International School Jakarta celebrated Book Week on May 12th to 16th 2014. The theme for this year’s Book Week was Doorways into Worlds. The whole school were challenged to decorate their classroom doors using this theme. There were a great range of activities during Book Week, students were involved in buddy reading with other classes, book reviews, daily DEAR (Drop Everything and Read), library fun games to name but a few. For the secondary students, there was a story writing competition in Bahasa Indonesia and in English. There were three book stalls in the lobby selling books which were very popular with students and parents. The Parent Support Group (PSG) helped decorate a new reading corner in the library, it provides a comfortable spot for reading.  

 

Best decorated doors

Best decorated door lower primary category Best decorated door lower secondary category Best decorated door Upper Primary Category Best decorated door upper secondary

Lower Primary                    Lower Secondary              Upper Primary                    Upper Secondary

International Day

Tuesday, 01 April 2014 00:00

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ACG International School of Jakarta's International Day Celebrations took place on Friday 7th March to coincide with World Mother Language Day. To recognise ACG’s New Zealand heritage, the assembly was formally opened with a welcome in Maori by Mr Rhys James who then led our New Zealand staff and students in a traditional Maori Haka.

 

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This was followed by several performances and a welcome on stage to students and staff of each of the 39 Nationalities represented at ACG International School of Jakarta by the flag and National Anthem from each country. Students were able to navigate the various country tables set up around the gym on their special passports and sample wonderful drinks, food and other cultural delights.

 

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Our sincere thanks to Ms Sophia, Mr Chris and Ms Anna for their coordination of this event and to the PSG organizing committee and all the parents for helping to make this such a wonderful event. Your support is greatly appreciated, the opportunity to celebrate together is so important in building a community of mutual respect and understanding.

 

 

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