Angklung is a musical instrument made out of two bamboo tubes attached to a bamboo frame. The tubes are carved so that they have a resonant pitch when struck
HIGHLIGHT on Education: A great way to share student learning from Term 2. we will be sharing your child’s learning with you through an educational software programme called Educa. Each class will have their own page where school happenings will be posted. This is similar to a Blog.
Each class also has individual profiles for each student, accessible only to invited parents & family. You will only see your child’s profile. Inside the profile will be learning stories (for Early Years), learning goals, shared learning activities, photos, videos and more.
These will all be linked to the Te Whariki Learning Outcomes or New Zealand Curriculum Achievement Objectives. The teachers will have Educa displayed on their screens during the Parent-teacher interviews and will ask you to please accept an email request to join the class page. We are excited about this becoming an ongoing interactive way of sharing your child’s learning. Educa can be viewed on PCs, iPads and phones making it a great portable programme.
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards November 2015
We are proud to inform you with great pleasure that two of our students are awarded Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award from Cambridge International Examinations Board for examinations held in December 2015.
This is one of the prestigious award students can gain from their Cambridge Examinations. There are more than one million students from 10,000 schools around the world attended Cambridge examinations in 2015.
There are three awards announced in two categories to our school students.
NZIS team is extremely happy to extend our hearty congratulations to both the outstanding achievement award winners. Details of the winning students and the awards achieved by our students are given in the table below.
To explain the award categories more, top in Indonesia refers to the award given to the learner who has achieved the highest standard mark in Indonesia in an individual subject.High Achievement award is given to the learner who has achieved the highest standard mark in Indonesia in a less widely taken subject.
These outstanding achievements are recognised at an awards ceremony on Tuesday 23rd February 2016, at Sheraton, Gandaria City Hotel, Jakarta. Our students are heading to this ceremony with their invited guests on this day at around 3:30pm. We wish them both successful future career! Keep up your standards Aishah and Danielle!