Friday, 23 March 2018

Club registration for term 3 is now open. Please click the link below to register your child.
Dear parents,

It is time to register for Term 3 clubs. Clubs will continue to be held on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 2.20- 3.00pm. Please sign up through Google Forms.

Below is a description of the clubs on offer for Term 3 (Tuesday April 24 –Thursday June 28).

Please encourage your child to sign up for the clubs they are interested in as soon as
possible. The Google Form will open on Monday March 26 at 8.00am and close on
Wednesday March 28 at 3.00pm.

Any student not registered at this time, will be allocated a club based on availability.

Please note that some students need to register for English Plus, FOBISIA,
Thai Summer Concert and/or  Spanish Dance clubs. The club leaders will let
your child know if they should register for one of these clubs.


Paper Doll Making (Y1-3) A fun club where you can get creative designing paper dolls.
Lego (Y1-3) Be creative and make fun projects with Lego.
Fun Dance (Y1-4) Learn some new moves and get some exercise at the same time!
Colouring (Y1-3) Have fun colouring your favourite pictures.
Library (Y1-2) Storytelling & fun-filled crafts
Sports (Y1-2) Burn off some energy playing a different sport each week.
English Plus (Y3-6 ELS) Improve your English with ICT, reading and board games.
This club is for ELS students.
Backgammon (Y3-6) A board game played with dice and counters where players try
to be the first to gather their pieces into one corner and then strategically remove them
from the board.
Skateboarding & Inline Skating (Y3-6) Practise skateboarding and/or inline skating
on the hard court. Help making small ramps to use. Children must bring their own
equipment and wear a helmet.
Junior Choir (Y3-6) Preparation for the GIS summer concert.
FOBISIA Team Training (Y4-6) This club is only for students who are in the FOBISIA team.
Card and Board Games (Y4-6) Bring a deck of cards or your favourite board game
and learn to play amazing new games.
Action Sports (Y4-6) Actions sports is a competitive team sports club.
Badminton (Y4-6) Badminton is played using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net.
Please bring your own racket.


Puzzle Fun (Y1-2) Take part in a variety of fun puzzles, mental challenges and online
Playground Games (Y1-2) Learn some new games or play your favourites.
Fun Dance (Y1-2) Learn some new moves and get some exercise at the same time!
Printing & Handwriting (Y1-3) Practise your printing and handwriting in this club.
Yoga (Y1-2) Stretch and have fun learning new yoga moves.
Origami (Y1-4) Origami is the art of paper folding. Learn how to change a flat sheet of
recycled paper into a decorative shape.
Thai Summer Concert (Y3) This is a compulsory club for Thai Year 3 students who are
performing in the GIS Summer Concert.
Gardening (Y3-6) Get your hands dirty planting seeds, digging and watering!
Nerf Gun (Y4-6) Bring along your Nerf gun and enjoy fun games and target practice.
Upcycling (Y3-6) Also known as 'creative reuse', this club will turn your junk into
something useful.
Computer Chess (Y3-6) A game for two players in which each player starts with 16 pieces
on a checkerboard and tries to trap the opponent's king.
Global Action (Y3-6) Learn more about ways we can help improve our priceless
environment and our communities.
Spanish Dance (Y4-5) This is a compulsory dance preparation club for Spanish
students who are performing in the GIS Summer Concert.
Fun Reading (Y3-6) Bring your favourite book and enjoy reading time!
Cartoon Drawing (Y1-4) Bring your coloured pencils and a book and have fun learning
how to draw.
Guitar (Y6) Learn the basics of guitar playing.
Mandarin Language & Chinese Dance (Y4-5) A fun mixture of language and dancing
Maths Investigations (Y4-6) A club for everyone, whether you like maths or not.
Problem solving activities that are inclusive, fun and often puzzling.
First Aid (Y6) Learn basic First Aid and know what to do in an emergency. Y6 students
must do this club one time.

Friday, 16 March 2018

Fish Dissection

On Friday, as the final part of our Life Cycles unit, we dissected several fish. We looked at the fins, gills, internal organs and eyes. It was a great educational opportunity and a little bit smelly.