The month of October began with a lot of excitement after the public holiday (National Day). Students Representative Council (SRC) Campaign, elections , First Continuous Assessment Tests (CATs) and our Parent Teacher Conference are the major events that occurred in the month of October .
Our first continuous assessment tests were taken in the month of October. College students put in a lot of effort and produced brilliant results as they look forward to making the honour roll at the end of the term..
Teachers meet with each student's parents to discuss academic growth and progress based on classroom observations, test results, assessments, portfolios, and assignments; to learn from parents about their children's strengths, needs, behaviors, and learning preferences; and to talk about enrichment or intervention strategies to support students' learning. We had a fruitful PTC and are eager to put every tactic to use to bring out the best in our students.
Teenage life is a phase full of energy, hope, life, joy, beauty, and passion.
Despite many advantages, being a teenager in today’s world is not easy.
Teenagers face many challenges, making right decisions, choosing right
environment and people, and expressing emotions, etc. Staying safe is
really important as you go about your daily activities.
Here are a few safety tips to adopt:
Don't go out alone. Think about it before you go. Remember, if you can
avoid situations that put you at risk in the first place, you are already
one step ahead.
Always tell an adult where you are going. Letting someone know where
you will be at all times is smart. If you are ever faced with a risky
situation or get into trouble, your family and friends will know where to
find you. If no one is at home, leave a note stating where you are going,
with whom and the approximate time you are coming home. Also, never
leave home angry and never get behind the wheel of a car when you are
Say no if you feel threatened. Teenagers face a lot of different situations
today that put them in uncomfortable spots. You are constantly having
to make decisions for yourself. Listen to your intuition and follow your
best judgment. If your friends are making bad decisions, you don't have
to. Have the confidence to say NO if anyone makes you feel
uncomfortable about anything.
You can’t trust anyone you don’t know. If a man or woman approaches
you in public and asks for money, a ride, directions or anything else, you
don’t have to engage with them. STAY ALERT!
Remember… EVERYTHING you post online is permanent – it never really
goes away! After posting something, anyone can screenshot it, save it
and re-post it later. Think twice before you post ANYTHING. Remember,
many employers now check social media profiles when hiring. If it’s not
something you’d want your mom to see, don’t post it.
Never meet with anyone you “just met” on the internet. If someone asks
to meet you, tell your parents or guardian right away. Some people may
not be who they say they are.
You're SMART and STRONG and ready to TAKE ON THE WORLD. Go do it!