GEO

Your fourth grader should be able to tell you a thing or two about rocks, minerals, or erosion and weathering. This week, the students engaged in the study of the Earth – Geology. The investigation will continue with a focus on the Earth’s surface, and you can help your child take the learning further by researching the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans. It would be beneficial to even have a look at the distribution of plants, animals, and people.
Inquiring into the impacts of Earth’s changes would hopefully provide opportunities to develop an understanding of and take action towards achieving the UN SDGs #15, #14, #13, and #11.

How do we make our learning impactful while developing and applying crucial skills such as communication, self-management, and research skills? It’s through inquiry and action at I-Act-Time! As defined earlier, I-Act-Time is a privileged time on our timetable to act on an issue to help the world through innovations, ideas, and hands-on explorations. For that to be meaningful and successful, Grade 4C students worked on the different ways we take action.

On Thursday, our K2 buddies visited us and we spent some time getting to know one another even better through interviewing. Fourth graders helped their buddies apply their communication skills through an oral interview process and visual technology skills.
Buddy Class Photos

WORLD CLEAN UP DAY
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 15 is World Clean Up Day Millions of people in 150 countries will unite to clean up our world, in the biggest civic action in human history.

What: Commit to a 2-hour community action with your child

Where: Hoan Kiem Lake

Meeting Point: Lý Thái Tổ Monument 12 Lê Lai, Tràng Tiền, Hoàn Kiếm
(The mayor of Hanoi will be there for a ribbon-cutting ceremony so you will see lots setting up and people in green t-shirts.) I will be there too in my UNIS t-shirt

When: Saturday, September 15 Time: 9 AM to 11 AM

Materials:
The Organization Keen Hanoi Clean will have thongs and bin bags for participants

What to bring/wear:
Wear long sleeve t-shirts and long pants
Durable covered shoes
Sun cream
Hat
Water bottle
If you would like to bring your own gloves, please do.

Farewell to Mohau

DATES TO REMEMBER:
Tuesday 18th September – Math Coffee Morning
Thursday 20th September – Moon Festival Assembly
Saturday 22nd September – Community Connections Fair and Flea Market
Saturday 29th September – Parent and Staff Sparkly Social

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