Halloween

Secondary Students – Haunted House Event It was only 7 days ago that the Junior Secondary students asked permission to organize a Haunted House Event for the entire school to experience and enjoy. Under the leadership of Sahil Shah (Year 9) the Junior Secondary students quickly recruited the support of their Secondary Seniors and Secondary Teachers. It was impressive the way the Secondary students united together to develop their ideas, delegate responsibilities and work together as a cohesive team to put together such an exciting, scary, fun and delicious (snacks) event.  All students in Primary and Secondary along with teachers
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BOOK WEEK

  BOOK WEEK October, 23rd – 27th, 2017 Book Week on the Primary campus started inside our class to begin ‘Writing Narrative As a Class’ and they also made a ‘Book Cover Design’. Daily, after each break the Secondary students came and visit each class as a storyteller to Primary students for ‘Read Around the Rooms’. We had ‘Book Character Parade’ on Friday. All teachers, students of primary and Secondary, office staff and parents were dressed up to celebrate the parade. Lots of prizes are given for students and at the end of the parade we announced the winners of
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International Day

  International Day Preparations   This past week the Secondary students who were not busy studying every day for their Cambridge Mock Exams were busy rehearsing their skits and dance routines and completing their artworks in preparation for today’s ( September 15th) International Day celebrations at NZIS. The students across all Year Levels in Secondary were broken up into 3 groups with each group choosing a Continent (Asia, North America & Europe) that they then needed to represent through their clothing choices as well as in a skit and dance that reflected aspects of their chosen continent. As you can
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Indonesian Independence Day

Indonesian Independence Day  This year’s Indonesian Independence Day was celebrated on August 17th, the same date the Indonesian people proclaimed their independence 72 years ago. The purpose of this event was to not only commemorate the Indonesian Independence Day itself but to also increase the feelings of togetherness and reinforce the concept of unity in diversity as one big family of NZIS Jakarta. The day began with a welcoming speech from our Principal Mr. Karl, regarding the importance of commemorating Indonesian Independence Day, this was followed by a formal and solemn flag raising ceremony, the singing of the Indonesian National
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NZ Jakarta Ambassador to NZIS

On Friday 13th May the New Zealand Ambassador to Indonesia, Dr Trevor Matheson, and his wife paid a visit to the New Zealand Independent School in Kemang. He was formally welcomed with a traditional Maori welcome, a powhiri, onto the Primary Campus. He was entertained by the primary students in an assembly which included both New Zealand Maori and Bahasa Indonesian items. He also toured the campus to see New Zealand Curriculum teaching and learning in action. Finally Ambassador Matheson visited the Secondary Campus where he was treated to a rousing kapa haka performance by the Secondary students, followed by
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Join Us On Educa

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
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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
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Halloween Disco

A BIG THANKS to all who made our annual disco another great community event. A special thanks to all those parents who helped set up the foyer area so that it truly had a haunting Halloween feel and who ensured we were all fed and watered throughout the evening! It was great to have so many students, teachers and parents demonstrating their creative dance skills! Congratulations to those who won prizes for BEST DRESSED and BEST DA NCERS! Next year we will have to ensure that parents also get a prize, as some adults went to a great deal of
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Language Trip and Culture

Year 10 goes to Yogyakarta (September 1 – September 3, 2015) This term 3 is a big assesment for year 10 Indonesian’s class as they have to visit Java’s most visited tourist destination, Yogyakarta. The objectives of this trip is for the students to find out about historical, cultural sites of Yogyakarta. They should gain an insight into the history of Indonesia, Javanese traditional dance (Ramayana Performance). Yogyakarta is consider as epicentre of Javanese art and culture, and is the capital of Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, literally the”Special Region of Yogyakarta”, the only region in Indonesia to be headed by monarchy.
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Independence Day Celebrations

This weekend we enjoy a long weekend in celebration of The Proclamation of Indonesian Independence that was originally read at 10.00 a.m. on Friday, August 17, 1945, some 70 years ago. At NZIS we celebrated this event today with a range of interesting cultural performances and activities. Today’s assembly and Indonesian Games have been a huge success, thanks to the hours of work all our local staff have spent over the last three weeks, focusing on preparing students to perform or complete art works for the day. The organisation of groups and the sourcing of materials for the activities was
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