CCS Secondary Final Assembly
Virtual Teachers Dance 2020
Primary Virtual Talent Show 2020
Year 9 Flatpack home learning project
Check out CCS Design Technology! The DT team was flexible during this online learning time. Year 9 students carefully designed “flat-pack” desk organizers and the programme for cutting them. Mr Green and Pak Kadek arranged to cut them in our DT shop and then sent them to the kids for assembly at home. Check out the video summary of their project and final products. What an awesome accomplishment during this “home learning” time! Even during virtual learning, CCS makes learning and engagement happen!
Symbiotic Sustainable Solution
This year saw the first completion of the Program of Sustainable Design in years 10 and 11. Over the course of the 2 years, one of the key focuses was on the major project of creating a sustainable solution. This year’s group was faced with the question of how they could improve the environmental footprint of CCS. One of the issues we looked into was the water usage at school and how this is affecting the depleted aquifer in Bali. Several solutions were explored and the Spiral Water Wheel designed by Isabella Jones in year 11, shown here is one of them. Once we began working on these projects it became obvious that there was a clear link between Isabella’s Water Wheel, Roberta Tunesi’s Water Filter and Anna Enrione’s Vertical Garden. As the projects grew from research to design and finally into construction, the idea of linking them and making a full system that could potentially provide a perpetually irrigated vertical garden with filters to remove pollutants from the river water was born. Due to COVID-19, the students were unable to put the final touches on their projects, however, as you will see in the video it would only be necessary to do some final tweaking and assembly in order for the projects to be complete. The Design Technology Department decided to do the final assembly and put the projects into practice. These are functioning models to show that with research and hard work some of our local environmental issues can be improved if not solved. The movies below take you through some of the processes the students followed to create these Sustainable Solutions. As this program develops we will be sharing more of this type of content in the hope that these models inspire others to implement similar projects to lessen the environmental impact we are making on Bali.
CCS SCIENCE FAIR 2020
Covid-19 couldn’t stop us having our annual science fair. This year students worked at home investigating a wide range of topics from making ice cream, cakes and muffins, to bacteria on surfaces and in the water or mould growing on food, to paper aeroplanes and flight simulators. It was great looking through the variety of projects students had worked so hard on. The projects this year showed great innovation and creativity and the science department staff all enjoyed marking and comparing the students’ efforts.
Congratulations to the following medal recipients
|Year 7||Gp 1
Tiana, Lili and Suri
How does taking away certain ingredients affect a cake?
| Gp 3
Louise and Veronika
Wave Amplitude, Frequency, and Wavelength
|Year 8||Gp 7
Valentina and Maliana
What cleaning product is most effective at cleaning bacteria?
Alanza and Piper
How does participation in sport affect your reaction time?
Kayla and Freeke
How do different temperatures affect the amount of bacteria grown from CCS river water?
|Year 9||Gp 10
Sasha and Tim
How does the amount of baking soda affect the texture of muffins?
Owan, Isa and Phoenix
Which category of food grows the fastest?
Xian & Kaylee
How do soluble substances affect the freezing time of ice cream?
CCS Sport Review – 2019/20
Mr Steve & PE Team
Despite the many challenges faced this term, it has still been a very successful sporting year for CCS. The BSSA football season ended with 3 CCS teams taking home trophies, many teams making it to the Finals and great progress made across the board. This year’s BSSA volleyball season must be one of the most successful on record! On Junior Finals Day, CCS teams won 7 of the 8 first-place trophies. This was followed up with a further 3 out of 4 first-place trophies on Senior Finals Day! We should also be extremely proud of the incredible student participation during that season, a total of 17 teams and 128 students across the school. Before it’s the unfortunate end, prior to the Finals events, the BSSA basketball season was also going very well. Students made excellent progress and many were looking forward to showcasing their skills in the Finals competitions.
The major school events of the year were the CCS Swimming Carnivals. As always, it was great to see so many students, staff and family members present. All students did a great job of demonstrating their swimming skills and the PE department again thanks to the whole CCS community for their support during these events. Our BSSA Swim Squad made an excellent start to their training under new Head Coach, Pak Danendra. We were also very proud to introduce Year 12 students, Laura Pet and M Wheeler as Assistant Coaches. We look forward to many more fun events and training sessions in our new pool next year!
Well done to the House Captains for organising a number of fun sporting events throughout the year in the secondary school. Thank you also to Mr Woof, Mr Adam, Mr Wayan and all other primary staff involved in the organisation and running of House Sports activities in the primary school.
This term, house spirit has been kept alive with the help of PE challenges and the first-ever virtual CCS Athletics Carnival Week! Again, a big thank you goes to the CCS community for your participation and support in these initiatives. Below you can find results from these events, as well as the winners of our prestigious ‘Overall Athlete’ awards. These are given to only one boy and one girl per year group across our secondary school. A big well did gom to all of our winning houses and individual award winners!
A final thank you goes to all members of the PE department, volunteer coaches, game day chaperones, teaching staff, maintenance staff, cleaning staff, admin staff, FoCCS and parents. Without your support, it would not be possible to provide such a wide range of sporting opportunities for our students. We hope you all enjoy a well earned holiday and we’ll look forward to welcoming you back to our exciting new PE facilities as soon as we can!
Athletics Carnival Week Results
Overall Athlete Award 2019-20
This award is presented to all-around athletes who have participated in a variety of BSSA activities to a high level throughout the year. They’ve shown sportsmanship during wins and losses, have always given their best effort and demonstrated a consistently high skill level. This award is presented to a maximum of one boy and one girl in each year level.
|Y7||Alexander Antal||Hanasuri Jabrik|
|Y8||Jack Mollison||Kianya Sumarto|
|Y9||Andrew Kaman||Agnes Henriette|
|Y10||Alberto Claudio Jr. de Deus Dos Reis Magno||Ella Roberts|
|Y11||Arran Rigel Happer||Sydney Eckstein|
|Y12||Shaun Legg||Noa Vlasman|
PE Challenge Results
|6th||Liliya (Veronika’s Mum)||Parent||Kuning||83|
|Anton (Veronika’s Father)||Parent||Kuning||61|
PE Challenge Results
LOTE – French
Believe it or not, but this is Lucie-Mae Pearce (Year 8) singing “la vie en rose” from Edith Piaf.
Roberta Tunesi, Year 11.
For one of the projects in our French class, Eliza and I had to choose a traditional French dish that interested us which we would be willing to cook. After looking through many recipes we chose the chicken fricassee, we picked this dish because not only did it look delicious but it also seemed fairly easy to prepare. Making the chicken fricassee was actually a lot harder than expected as we didn’t have many of the necessary cooking utensils, however, we still managed. It actually turned out really good and we were able to enjoy this amazing dish with all our friends!
“a Day in my life” Vlog – (in French)
June 23 – Alia, Year 13A.
Riley, Year 10DH.
Hudson, Year 7CC.
Kali, Year 5V.
June 24 – Noa, Year 12HB.
Tavisha, Year 10DH.
Aneshia, Year 7SG.
June 25 – Tamara, Year 12HB.
Baxter, Year 4W.
June 26 – Sebastian, Year 3T.
June 27 – Zoe, Year 12HB.
Francesca, Year 1T.
June 28 – Liliane, Year 3T.
Selena, Year 2S.
June 29 – Rani, Year 6S.
Quinn, Year 4W.
Anderson, Year 3P.
Regian, Year 1T.
June 30 – Quyn, Year 9SI.
NEW Primary campus tour