BRADBURY NEWSLETTER – 01 JUNE 2018
Dear Bradbury School Community
Greetings to you all. What a great two weeks it has been since our last newsletter! Our Year 3 students amazed us all with their business acumen in their Market Day. Thanks to all parents for your support of this.
Thank you also to our Year 5/6 parents for supporting your child’s Student Led Conferences. These are a meaningful way for you to gain an in depth understanding of the work your child is able to talk about and explain to you. I look forward to our Y1/2 and Y3/4 ones shortly.
Congratulations to all of our participants and winners in the 4th International Zhou Youguang Cup Chinese Talent Show. This was a wonderful event and an excellent showcase for the high level of Chinese competence amongst our students.
Please talk to your child about the importance of staying hydrated and of wearing a hat in this very hot weather. We will support you in this by reminding our students to wear their hat and drink lots of water, but we rely on you to provide the water bottles and hats!
We need you!
We have a few vacancies on our fabulous PTA for next year. This is a great way to become involved in our school! We meet as a committee on a regular basis – approximately every 6 weeks for about 1.5 hours. It is social, engaging, and rewarding. Please let me know if you would be interested in joining.
Don’t miss the Principal’s Blog:
Preparing for learning over Summer
|05 June 2018 (Tuesday)||2T/2R Science Museum||9:30 a.m.|
|06 June 2018 (Tuesday)||2F/2G Science Museum||9:30 a.m.|
|06 June 2018 (Wednesday)||Y3/Y4 Student Led Conference||8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.|
|08 June 2018 (Friday)||Deadline of the Disco Forms||3:00 p.m.|
|08 June 2018 (Friday)||Last day for borrowing of books||—–|
|14 June 2018 (Thursday)||The School Production||7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.|
|14 June 2018 (Thursday)||Y1/Y2 Student Led Conference|
|18 June 2018 (Monday)||Dragon Boat Festival – No Classes||—–|
|19 June 2018 (Tuesday)||All library books are to be returned||—–|
|19 June 2018 (Tuesday)||Year 3 & Year 4 Disco||3:00 – 4:00 p.m.|
|20 June 2018 (Wednesday)||Year 5 & Year 6 Disco||3:00 – 4:00 p.m.|
|21 June 2018 (Thursday)||Year 1 & Year 2 Disco||12:00 – 1:00 p.m.|
|22 June 2018 (Friday)||Year 6 Celebration of Achievement Assembly (please note this is the new date)||9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.|
|25 June 2018 (Monday)||Reports Open on Gateway|
|28 June 2018 (Thursday)||STEAM Assembly||9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.|
|29 June 2018 (Friday)||Last Day of Term 3 (School ends at 12 noon)||12:00 noon|
Gateway Emergency Contacts
By John Ainsworth, Vice Principal
In the interest of student welfare and in order to keep our database current, please login to Gateway to check and update if necessary the Emergency Contact information for your child.
The Emergency Contacts on Gateway should NOT be the parents of the student. We already have contact details of parents on Gateway and therefore the Emergency Contacts should be additional to the parents.
Zero Plastic Lunch on World Oceans Day – #ZeroPlasticLunch
By Amanda Bremner, PYP Coordinator
Bradbury School is super excited to support CNN’s Zero Plastic Lunch on World Oceans Day June 8th.
On June 8, CNN will be live blogging World Oceans Day on CNN.com around the clock. They will feature the best Zero Plastic Lunch efforts on their live blog, which will be on the CNN homepage all day.
What our students will be doing?
- Ditch single-use plastics on June 8!
- Sharing pictures of their normal lunch in the days/weeks beforehand and then take pictures of their Zero Plastic lunch on June 8 to see the difference with no packaging.
Teachers will let parents and families know more details closer to the time.
SEEKING ALL GREEN THUMBS
By Lorinda Thomas, Year 4 Teacher
Bradbury School is very proud of the achievements we have made in greening and creating attractive spaces for members of our learning community. To continue to sustain our current practice we are seeking help from the Parent Community .
We are currently looking for a Part-time Gardener to maintain our spaces. The role will include:
– caring for the lush green wall we have around the school;
– watering potted plants along the corridors;
– replacing plants on a needs basis;
– pruning and maintaining the Lower Playground Garden.
This is a paid position and the necessary applicant would need to be available for 10 hours per week. If you are interested in this position, please contact Alan Tang, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The students at Bradbury School are becoming very keen gardeners. To help support the development of sustainable gardening practices across the school we are looking for parents who would be available across lunchtime periods to work with small groups of students. Students may be involved in activities such as weeding, watering, pruning and propagating new plants. This is a voluntary position and the interested person/s would need to be available for one hour per week. Please contact Amanda Bremner for further information, email@example.com.
Student Led Conferences 2017-18
By Sandra Webster, Principal
As part of our annual assessment and reporting process, we will be organising Student Led Conferences once again this term. The purpose of Student Led Conferences is very different from that of Parent/Teacher Consultations in that it includes your child in the process and challenges them to take ownership of assessment of their work. The students will lead the conference, and will also take responsibility for their learning by sharing the process with you. The conference will involve your child discussing and reflecting on their work and identifying strengths and areas for improvement. It enables you to gain a clear insight into the kind of work your child is doing and offers an opportunity for you to discuss their work in the school context.
In order to facilitate this valuable learning opportunity for our students, on the day of their conference they will attend school only at the time of their conference. We will be sending you the time of your child’s conference soon. In the meantime please note the dates of the Student Led Conferences this term:
Wednesday 06th June 2018: Years 3 & 4
Thursday 14th June 2018: Years 1 & 2
We shall look forward to sharing this valuable learning experience with you.
Dental Care Notice 2017-18
By Lauren Lau, Health Professional
Please note that the Student health service /School Dental Care Service appointment slips has been sent out to the students. Please remind your child to bring their own toothbrush, and own SCDS hand book.
Please note, for Year 1 students, they will not have the School Dental Care Service Student Handbook, however they will be issued one, when they visit the dental clinic. Please keep this book, as they will need it for every visit to the dental clinic.
If you are unable to attend the time which is allocated for your child, please change your appointment time through the website ( http://www.schooldental.gov.hk) (for dental services) https://www.studenthealth.gov.hk/eindex.html (for student health services).
If you have any problems please do not hesitate to contact me.
Year 3 Market Day
By Toby Daniel, Y3 Leader
On Wednesday the 16th of May, the Year 3 students held their Market Day as a part of their How We Organise Ourselves UOI. This unit saw students looking into how and why businesses are created as well as how businesses persuade customers to need and want their products. Students developed products based on market research they conducted by questioning their target market. These products were marketed and then sold at the market day to the wider school community.
Once their “business loans” were paid back to the Bank Manager, John Ainsworth’s twin brother, Benjamin, students donated their profits to the charity of the year groups choice, which this year was the Changing Young Lives Foundation. I am pleased to announce, that after all the hard work and dedication from the Year 3 students and the Year 3 teaching team, this year, the students raised $23,133.80 profit! We are now working with the management the Changing Young Lives Foundation to purchase training kits and play equipment that can be lent out to parents of kids with special needs.
Thank you to the Bradbury community for the support you showed our students for their Market Day!
By Ally Maclay, Head of PE
This is probably the most physically and mentally demanding of all the sports and activities Bradbury School competes. 250m swim followed by a 1000m run. Our wonderful team of Y4, Y5 and Y6 students started training 8 weeks ago. The initial thoughts were quite dark and some of the kids pushed themselves to places they’d never been. And this was the foundation to their progress throughout the recent trainings and competitions.
We took 2 teams to Kellett to compete against most of the International primary schools in Hong Kong. For most it was there first time competing and they did this admirably. Our top team came fifth overall and our second team came a solid eleventh. Individually, Ashley Grantham produced a fantastic performance finishing as the 2nd fastest girl only 3 seconds behind the winner.
A lovely surprise was our reserve Sophie Hufton (Year 4) was given a chance to compete in a mixed team within the B competition, along side three DBIS boys and two Harrow girls. She performed extremely well and they came first overall in the B Grade Competition.
ESF Only Aquathon
This biathlon is a chance to race at KGV before the big competition, HK Primary Aquathon, on the 9th June. We timed the races ourselves and it gave our team a chance to improve on the first competition. Our students clearly gained confidence and learned a lot from the reflection at Kellett. Their time improvements were exceptional. Even on a longer course, I was really impressed that some were over 30 seconds faster, which is testament to their great attitude.
I’m really excited to see the team perform in the final race of the year. I hope their hard work and effort pays off. On a final note, there are some children who have trained for the weeks and never been picked. I have a huge amount of respect for them as they have been resilient, and have continued to keep training and getting better despite probably wanting to give up. Something we try to nurture throughout the school.
A special mention to Justin Grantham (parent) for helping throughout all these competitions. And to all the parents for encouraging their children to keep training and working hard.
Our cricket team competed in 2 competitions. Both in extreme temperatures especially for their pale skinned Scottish teacher. The first was against the International Primary Schools on Hong Kong Island. We came 4th overall against 8 schools, a great improvement from performances in recent years.
This led us to be seeded in the Cup competition at the recent HK Primary Schools Cricket Finals. We won our first 2 games against Discovery College and Clearwater Bay School. Both games were very competitive and the boys displayed great composure to overcome their opposition. Our final group game, against GSIS, was a bit hit and miss with some moments of brilliance and some lapses in concentration. But the boys realised this and wanted to learn from the experience and come back stronger.
The team progressed into the Cup Knock-out competition. The first opposition was Kennedy school, coached by the great, John Brewster. Kennedy opened the bat with an excellent innings. With 146 to chase it was going to be a tough ask against a well drilled side. With a few wickets in the opening couple of overs for Bradbury, things weren’t too promising but the team held it together and rallied in the last couple of overs with three sixes and two fours to pull up short at 143. Despite the result the boys were buoyant to finish the tournament on a high.
Kowloon Junior were the final opponents of the day and they knocked them off to celebrate a fantastic third place.
I’m really impressed with the team and the players who came to extra training sessions at lunchtimes. It shows that hard work and dedication with a drop of passion and fun, really pays off. There was no one who stood out in any one performance but I must mention Morris Daniel, as he led the boys with maturity and calmness throughout the tournaments.
Thanks to Steve Bemet and Matt Cook for their support with the cricket programme. And a big thank you to all the parents for their wonderful support throughout the cricket season.
“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to unite in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand.”
— Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa
Click here to read a great article to show how Physical Activity nurtures life skills.
By Jane Thompson, Librarian Teacher & Connie Leung, Library Assistant
LAST BORROWING & RETURNING OF BOOKS
Last day of borrowing: Friday 8th June
All books returned by: Tuesday 19th June
If you are departing early for the holidays or your child is not returning to Bradbury for the next academic year, then please ensure all of your children’s books have been returned before your child’s final day.
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS 2018-2019
HK Battle of the Books is a live school-on-school battle to find the book trivia champion school.
The competition is open to international primary and international secondary schools, as well as local primary and secondary schools through a special modified section.
The Battle of the Books programme was introduced to Hong Kong international schools in 1999. Since this time, it has grown significantly. Battle of the Books is designed to introduce Year 5 & 6 students to a variety of reading material, build teamwork skills, and ensure that reading is fun.
Last year boasted the largest field yet, with a total of 104 teams registered for the 2016-17 competition.
Battle of the Books HK has now released the list of 20 books for the primary section for next academic year and we have copies in the library or visit their website. The books are always carefully chosen and make a great collection of recommended books for children to read. There will be a lunchtime Battle of the Books Club commencing in Term 1 2018.
OTHER RECOMMENDED READING
Find below a website that deals with reading from tots to teens. It has great book recommendations as well as discussing parental concerns around reading . A great resource.
Supporting Fair Trade at Bradbury
By Amanda Bremner, PYP Coordinator
This year, the Y6 action agents have worked hard to introduce fair trade products into Bradbury School. As part of the Eco Schools programme we are currently working towards addressing the following questions:
Do the teachers have fair trade tea and coffee in the staffroom?
Are there any other fair trade products used in school? (fruit juice, footballs, bananas)
The Action Agents have learned how to budget, sampled and sourced fair-trade products as well as, surveying potential consumers to work out potential costs and profit margins. The students have then put together a fair trade basket in the staff room providing regular snacks for the staff.
Any money raised by the Year 6 Action Agents will go towards providing educational opportunities for children in Cambodia through a partner programme run by United World schools. The students will receive a Bronze level certificate for their actions and can go on to complete the Silver and Gold level requirements at Secondary School. As well as planning for and taking action there is a requirement for the students to share their learning with the school community.
Over the next few weeks the students will have a stall during Student Led Conferences for our community to purchase fair-trade ginger or chocolate biscuits ($20 per pack) and/or chocolate bars ($15 each).
Please support this great cause and our school Action Agents.
New Journeys to the West
Hong Kong Young Writer’s Awards entry by Charlize Cheung, Y4
The Monkey King’s fur is brown,
he has a golden crown.
He likes to play and fight all day,
and chase the fierce demons away.
The monk’s hat is red,
he has a horse called Ted.
He longed to find the spiritual fulfilment,
without thinking of the dangerous excitement.
The talking pig’s coat is blue,
his words are not always true.
He loves to sleep and eat in secret,
then ask for more food so he can eat it.
The friar’s gold band is bright,
his strikes are not always right.
He likes to help the good fight evils,
but sometimes gets caught by devils.
The journey was a thrilling adventure,
till they found the precious spiritual treasure.
They enjoyed the journey very much,
and they will always keep in touch.
4th International Zhou Youguang Cup Chinese Talent Show
By Lynette Pang, Head of Chinese Department
I would like to take this opportunity to thank many of you for your great support in The 4th International Zhou Youguang Cup Chinese Talent Show.
There were 93 students from Bradbury School participating in the event. They were from both near native and mainstream classes. All the participants worked extremely hard practising for the competition. They have featured prominently in the awards . We had 35 winners and 52 awards were won by Bradbury students. Amelia Chow (6C) won a Chinese Culture Ambassador award for this year.
Bradbury School won an award as one of the three Excellent Participating Schools from the 34 participating schools. Ms. Angela Gou, Ms. Cassily Lu, Ms. Jenny Chen and Ms. Tracy Au Yeung also received Excellent Teacher awards for the high number of award winning students from their classes.
The big thanks also go to Mr Gethyn Clothier for conducting the opening performance. Our Winners Choir was the highlight of the award ceremony. Michael Chu (4H) was the student representative and shared his Chinese learning experience to the audience in fluent Chinese. Special congratulations also to two of our students, Sophia Ling (2T) and Calista Rosboch (6D) , who did an amazing job as comperes, showing great confidence and fluency with their Chinese language in front of the large audience.
I believe all of the students enjoyed this event. We are proud that the Chinese language is being so widely promoted in our Bradbury School community.
|Say||Hoi Ching||1C||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B3 Chanting and Singing of Nursery Rhymes||2nd runner up|
|Kam||Michael||1C||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B1 Ancient Poems Chanting||2nd runner up|
|Gong||Darren||1G||Native Chinese Speakers Kindergarten A1 Ancient Poems Chanting||Champion|
|Ting||Chester||1G||Native Chinese Speakers Kindergarten A2 Modern Poems Chanting||Champion|
|Native Chinese Speakers Kindergarten A4 Storytelling||Champion|
|Lee||Ka Hei Kaydence||1N||Native Chinese Speakers Kindergarten A1 Ancient Poems Chanting||1st runner up|
|Tsang||Hui Ching Emma||1N||Native Chinese Speakers Kindergarten A3 The Pinyin Song||Champion|
|Peh||Valerie||1BZ||Native Chinese Speakers Kindergarten A3 The Pinyin Song||Merit Prize|
|Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B1 Ancient Poems Chanting||1st runner up|
|Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B2 Modern Poems Chanting||1st runner up|
|Lai||Tongtong||2T||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B4 Storytelling||1st runner up|
|2T||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B2 Modern Poems Chanting||Champion|
|Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B4 Storytelling||Champion|
|2018 “Zhou Youguang Cup” Chinese Culture Champions Lower Primary|
|Lo||Praise||2T||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B1 Ancient Poems Chanting||Merit Prize|
|Chan||Hannah||2T||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B1 Ancient Poems Chanting||Merit Prize|
|Cruz||Spencer||2T||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B2 Poems Chanting or Singing||2nd runner up|
|Wang||Wei Lun||3D||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B7 Reading out Pinyin||2nd runner up|
|Traino||Desh||3D||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B2 Poems Chanting or Singing||Merit Prize|
|Tam||Liben||3V||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B6 Hard Pen Calligraphy||2nd runner up|
|Wong||Annette||3V||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B6 Hard Pen Calligraphy||Merit Prize|
|Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B7 Reading out Pinyin||Merit Prize|
|Ting||Adrian||3V||Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B4 Storytelling||1st runner up|
|Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B7 Reading out Pinyin||1st runner up|
|Walker||James||3V||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Lower Primary B2 Poems Chanting or Singing||2nd runner up|
|Ho||Hui Kei Leonard||4F||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C1 Ancient Poems Chanting||Merit Prize|
|Im||Chang-il||4H||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C2 Poems Chanting or Singing||Champion|
|Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C3 Counting Strokes||Merit Prize|
|Chu||Michael||4H||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C2 Poems Chanting or Singing||2nd runner up|
|Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C4 Hard Pen Calligraphy||1st runner up|
|Cheung||Charlize||4P||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C1 Ancient Poems Chanting||Merit Prize|
|Moi||Leah||4P||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C1 Reading out Pinyin||2nd runner up|
|Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C7 Oral Translation||Champion|
|Ogura||Kana||4P||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C6 Storytelling||1st runner up|
|Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C7 Oral Translation||1st runner up|
|Li||Heidilyn||4T||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C5 Hard Pen Calligraphy||Merit Prize|
|Zhou||Eva||4T||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C1 Ancient Poems Chanting||Champion|
|Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C4 Composition with Assigned Subject||1st runner up|
|Kaur||Jasmin||4T||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C2 Poems Chanting or Singing||2nd runner up|
|Cao||Christina||5B||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C4 Composition with Assigned Subject||Champion|
|Sun||Steve||5C||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C7 Pinyin Input||Merit Prize|
|Jiang||Alyssa Xin Ping||5C||Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C7 Pinyin Input||Merit Prize|
|Tsui||Sophie (Sum Yuet)||5C||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Upper Primary D3 Counting Strokes||1st runner up|
|Non-Native Chinese Speakers Upper Primary D4 Hard Pen Calligraphy||1st runner up|
|Tobback||Eveline||5F||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C3 Counting Strokes||2nd runner up|
|Non-Native Chinese Speakers Middle Primary C6 Story Telling||Champion|
|Puels||Vegas Charmian||6B||Non-Native Chinese Speakers Upper Primary D2 Poems Chanting or Singing||Merit Prize|
|Chow||Amelia||6C||Native Chinese Speakers Upper Primary D7 Pinyin Input||Champion|
|Native Chinese Speakers Upper Primary D8 Chinese Dictation||Champion|
|Native Chinese Speakers Upper Primary D6 Dictionary Use||1st runner up|
|2018 “Zhou Youguang Cup” Chinese Culture Champions Upper Primary|
|2018 Chinese Culture Ambassador|
By Julia Dunn, PTA Chairperson, Catherine Hufton, Vice Chairman & Lin Gong, Bradbury School PTA Limited
SAVE THE DATE
Tues 19 June
Yr 3/4 Disco 3-4pm School Hall
Wed 20 June
Yr 5/6 Disco 3-4pm School Hall
Thurs 21 June
Yr 1/2 Disco Lunchtime School Hall
YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST
We are please to announce the WINNERS of the 2017-18 Bradbury School Yearbook Cover Contest. THANK YOU so much to all the students who submitted their designs. We had so many wonderful entries this year and it was a really tough decision!!
Front Cover Winner – Jasmine Miers (5S)
Back Cover Winner – Ivana Koul (2G)
Students at the year 5/6 and 3/4 discos should wear normal uniform to school and bring a change of clothes if they wish. They will be kept in class between the end of school and the start of the disco and will have an opportunity to change. Pizza will be provided during the disco but children should bring their own water bottles. Parents will be able to collect their children from the covered playground at 4pm. All Students attending the disco will be WALKERS on that day so please write a note in their diaries. Students in Yr 1/2 should wear their PE kit on the day of the disco. They will have a class shared lunch before heading down to the Disco.
Disco forms can be downloaded here and fees are due by Friday 8th of June.
P.T.A. SHOP OPENING HOURS FOR BEGINNING OF THE SCHOOL YEAR 2018-2019
For the convenience of parents, we have made special arrangements for the shop opening hours at the beginning of the new school year. We encourage the parents to purchase the uniforms and stationery early as it will be very crowded in the shop at the beginning of the new term. The PTA shop will be closed during summer holiday.
Open Date: August 7, 8, 9, 10 (open from 10:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.)
Our shop will open regularly Monday through Friday from 8:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. 13 August onwards.
I would like to say a big thank you to the teachers, parents and PTA committee members who have volunteered to help with the discos and of course a huge thank you to our resident DJ Steve Fennelly!! The PTA cannot hold any of our events without your help and support so THANK YOU.
As always, if you have any comments, ideas or suggestions, or if you are interested in joining the PTA committee please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Briefing: Island School’s Redevelopment
Dear Parents / Caregivers / Friends of Island School
A special ESF Board meeting was held at Tai Wai campus last week to discuss the Island School redevelopment and updated timelines associated with the tendering and building contracts. School Council Chair, Michael Lok and I were invited to participate in the meeting. I would like to thank the members of the ESF Board for this opportunity and their continued support.
The ESF Board were advised that the plans for the redevelopment, including Government funding for the project, are on track and the completion date for the works is now forecast to be March 2022, which means that the move back to Borrett Road is scheduled for summer 2022. It must be remembered that as with any building project, these dates are targets and subject to the usual revisions associated with major building works.
Tendering for the works is now underway and the design work is well advanced.
I invite all interested parents to come to a special briefing on the redevelopment, including a look at the latest designs at our Sha Tin Wai campus at 5.30pm on 19 June 2018.
For those unable to attend, our website will contain the presentation and other relevant information shortly after the parent meeting.
I would also like to thank the Island School community for your support.
Please register for the meeting at the link below
Island School, Principal
Third-Party Organised After School Activities
The following companies are currently hiring our facilities to provide extra curricular activities for students. You may browse the school website under “LIFE AT BRADBURY” for their programs and enroll your child directly to the company:
ESF Sports, contact 2711 1280 or email@example.com
Adventure Sports Academy Ltd. – Soccer & Basketball Training, contact Eilis Cheung at 3998 4042 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Backershagen B.V. (LanguageOne) – Global Mother Tongue Education, contact Leandra Lok at 5501 5262 or
email@example.com Website: www.languageone.nl
Brilliant Learning International Ltd. (Sanskriti) – Sanskriti/Hindi Language Class, contact Geetanjali Dhar at 3563 4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sanskritiglobal.org
CentreStage Studios HK Ltd. – Singing, Acting, Dancing – Ballet, Jazz, Tap Dance, contact Imogen Taylor or Kaijah Bell at 5236 7960 or 2689 2272 or email@example.com
Discovery Dome Hong Kong Ltd. – Astronomy Club with a Portable Mobile Planetarium, contact Lorne Ali at 9754 4081 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundation Academy Ltd. – Foundation’s Filmmaker, contact Foundation Academy at 3107 8810 or
email@example.com Website: http://www.foundationacademy.co/filmmaker/
HoYinPingChess – Chess Class, Holiday Camp, contact Yin Ping Ho at 9215 2682 or firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.hoyinpingchess.com/index/lesson.html / www.hoyinpingchess.com/index/camp.html
Hong Kong Star Basketball Training Centre Limited – Basketball, contact Yuki Lai at 9669 4280 or email@example.com Website: www.hk-bbstc.org
Move For Life Ltd. – “Move” Dance Class, contact Rosie Martin at 5491 2473 or firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.moveforlife.asia
Starlit Voice Ltd. – LAMDA Musical Theatre & Group Drama, contact Vincent Warren at 2108 2182 or email@example.com Website: www.starlitvoice.com
Swedish Cultural Society – Swedish Language and Culture, contact Linda at 9316-6599 or firstname.lastname@example.org
N.B. Bradbury School is not responsible for the quality and safety of programmes offered by third parties. However, please note that all hirers are required to provide third party liability insurance. Parents are urged to take steps to ensure that they are satisfied with any and all aspects of the after school programme(s) they elect to opt in to.
The Shiu Family need our help!
Jennifer, Gavin and their girls have been part of the ESF family for years. Gavin (Dad) is an ex-Glenealy and KGV student, and daughters Felicity and Natalie are Glenealy alumni too. Jennifer (Mum) is currently teaching in a supply capacity in GS for 3 days per week and is also a valued supply teacher within the ESF community. Sadly Gavin is very unwell and the family are reaching out to all networks for support. Please see the flyer below for further information.