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Be informed, stay protected.

Published on September 23rd, 2016 | by Science Editor

G10 biology students explored the potential consequences of unprotected sexual activity. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be spread very quickly if engaging in irresponsible or unprotected sexual intercourse. However, students learned that through a variety of... Read More


Mathematics

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DEAL OR NO DEAL – The Monty Hall Show

Published on September 23rd, 2016 | by Marketing Department

“The game is played like this: The game show set has three doors. A prize such as a car or vacation is behind one door, and the other two doors hide a valueless prize called a... Read More


Mathematics

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Applied Trigonometry

Published on September 23rd, 2016 | by Marketing Department

Grade 10 Mathematics students will soon be doing some “fieldwork” to find the height of structures that are difficult or impossible to measure directly. By using a hand-made clinometer and some applied trigonometry, students will be... Read More


Newsletter

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Message from the Principal, Term 1, Week 5

Published on September 23rd, 2016 | by Marketing Department

Dear Parents and Caregivers, Last week I joined the Grade 7 & 8 students on their camp to ‘Cowboy Town’. Three days of activities provided students time to bond as a group, exercise leadership and learn... Read More


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Convalent Structures 

Published on September 23rd, 2016 | by Science Editor

​​Students of grade 10 used molecular models to illustrate covent bonding and simple molecular structures of oxygen , methane and carbon dioxide . The students were able to use the models to explain why they have... Read More


Humanities

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Renewable Energy

Published on September 23rd, 2016 | by Humanities Editor

This week in grade 10 IGCSE geography students have launched an investigation into the way our planet finds, refines, and consumes energy. From the dangers of Big Oil to the new and exciting forays being made... Read More


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In or out? Osmosis!

Published on September 22nd, 2016 | by Science Editor

Cell transport has been the focus of our study this week. Organisms rely on transportation of substances in and out of the cells to ensure their survival. Osmosis in particular is a special type of diffusion... Read More


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The  Covalent Bonding

Published on September 20th, 2016 | by Science Editor

Students of grade 10 used molecular models to illustrate covent bonding and simple molecular structures of oxygen , methane and carbon dioxide . The student where able to simulate why they have low boiling and melting... Read More


Humanities

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Nature vs. Nurture Debate?

Published on September 20th, 2016 | by Humanities Editor

In IB Psychology we are currently discussing whether or not “Nature vs. Nurture” has to be a debate.  We have decided that humans should be looked at with a more holistic approach.  Nature and Nurture work... Read More


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