22 Jun 2018

Peak View – 22 June 2018

Peak School’s latest newsletter is available to read now. Find out the latest news around the school and upcoming events.

Principal’s Message

Key Dates

Golden Book

Peak School Aquathon Team

Year 5 Science Fair

Library News

After School Activities

Disclaimer

Principal’s Message

Dear Parents,

A belated Eid Mubarak to our Muslim community who celebrated the ending of Ramadan last weekend.  We appreciate how important this celebration is to you.

We come to the last newsletter of the year and what a busy and productive year it has been.  We have tried to capture part of it in our year book, which is now available and our children are already enjoying looking back over the year.

A reminder that the end of year reports will be available, via Gateway, on Monday afternoon at 3pm.  The reports include a social/emotional comment as well as a maths, English, Chinese, PE and Music comment.  There is also an ICT comment for our Year 1 and 2 children.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our staff, parents and children for making Peak School the special place that it is.  Our School Council and PTA have worked very hard in the background to ensure our children and staff are extremely well supported.  We are also very lucky to be part of ESF and the Foundation have been terrific this year in their support also.

I would also like to wish all the families, who are leaving us this year, all the very best for the future and to those families that have been with us for many years and now have their last child leaving Peak School, thank you for your tremendous support.

I do hope you have an opportunity to spend some time with your child/ren during their summer break and we look forward to welcoming most of you back in the new academic year which starts on Tuesday, 14 August.

Again, thank you for your continued support.

Bill Garnett
Principal

Key Dates

Golden Book





Peak School Aquathon Team

Imagine swimming a ¼ kilometer then jumping out of the pool, putting on your running shoes and running a kilometer, all as fast as you can without any rest. Well that is what 18 dedicated and passionate members of the Aquathon Club did week after week at the Kowloon Cricket Club this term. Whether it was hot, rainy or both, they pushed themselves and improved their times significantly. During their season the team participated in the ESF Schools Race at KGV. Although the course was slightly longer, the team did very well. Unfortunately their last race, The ESF/International Race was cancelled due to poor weather.

Congratulations to the following team members for all their hard work: Anna Keys, Ambre Gosse, Harry Hattam, Anastasia Alevizos, Tom Scapinello, Ian Lam, Haze Leung, Zachary Hull, Sophie Williams, Finnley White, Alastair Metson, Dorottya Papp, Alyssa Hayward, Soraya Adefris, Sabrina Pepall, Holly Richley, Maria Savini and Dylan Chen.

Year 5 Science Fair

The Peak School Year 5 Science Fair was held on Thursday 7th June. It was an amazing opportunity to learn about energy and its forms. Some notable examples included: electrical, chemical and thermal energy.

Not only was it part of the How the World works unit, but it was also the second major school project (the first being the Winter Fair).

By Caleb Chan 5S

Library News

After School Activities

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