Hello CCS Community,
It has been a pleasure to launch the 2019-2020 school year! Feedback has been overwhelming positive. Personally, I am very grateful for the warm welcome that my family and I have received as we transition into life at CCS and in Bali.
It has been an exciting time to arrive at CCS with our CIS/WASC accreditation visit in 2020. We have the opportunity to reflect on all areas of our school and plan actions to continue to improve our students experience. Also, as Mr. Combs shared, our new Primary Campus and additional facilities are underdevelopment and progress has been fantastic. Please see the site overview below. The footprint of the new campus is larger than the current one and will provide us with more space for our learners and enhanced facilities. Additional facilities will include a splash pool, a 25m pool, a soccer pitch, and a larger multi-function hall. We will continue to communicate our new campus updates.
The week of September 23-27 our students will be exploring and learning beyond the walls of CCS. Camps Week is an engaging experience for your child and a time to bond with their classmates while strengthening community. I will be joining our Year 3 students on their first sleepover here on campus. Keep your eyes peeled for additional information from your Year group.
One priority this year is a focus on improving our CCS website and sharing what wonderful learning experiences your children have at CCS. If you do not already follow us on Facebook and Instagram, we are just a click away. Also, please let us know if you are not comfortable with images of your child being shared on our sites; contact Ms. Deisy at [email protected].
We look forward to seeing members of our Primary school community at Parent Teacher Conferences on September 2nd or 3rd. If you have any questions or to confirm your time slot, please speak with you child’s classroom teacher.
Enjoy your week at CCS and beyond!
Year 8 students are currently studying Methods of Training in PE. Today they looked at how circuit training can train different parts of the body. They were in competition with their partner to see who could complete the most amount of repetitions for each exercise at each station. After the circuit, students were able to identify the different components of fitness they were training to improve their physical performance in sport. – Ms. Wendy Johnson.
Aug 26 – Sofia, Year 2W
Ni Luh Maha, Year 11RM
Aug 27 – Isabelle, Year 10DH
Joshua, Year 7CC
Aug 28 – Tahnee, Year 5V
Aug 29 – Asha, 13SB
Kianya, Year 8JC
Sophia, Year 1S
Aug 31 – Jurriaan, Year 5S
Aug 30 – Primary Assembly, “EY/KS1 show and share”,
FoCCS Bake Sale Year 2, Primary campus.
Aug 31 – Zero Waste event.
Sep 12 – Secondary Arts Night
Sep 17 – BSSA Football Senior Finals
Sep 18 – BSSA Football Junior Finals
Sep 23-27 – Camps
Students of Year 13 work hard to create a poster that summarises all French conjugations.
Nice teamwork, it will serve not only to themselves but to all students who learn French at CCS.
Our Year 13 Geography class went out on a full-day trip to collect data for our IA on Tourism. We split up into groups and independently travelled to various locations from Berawa to Seminyak. As we observed the various effects of tourism, regarding tourist density, traffic time and environmental changes, we got the opportunity to interact with a lot of tourists and locals as well as getting a much deeper understanding of tourism importance in Bali. – by Anastasia.