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Friday 21 st October 2011 ANNUAL MEETING. Chart progress over the year Identify some specific features: Teaching & Learning Pastoral care and CCAs Information.

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1 Friday 21 st October 2011 ANNUAL MEETING

2 Chart progress over the year Identify some specific features: Teaching & Learning Pastoral care and CCAs Information Systems PURPOSEPURPOSE

3 To be true to our foundation by nurturing the development of Christian belief and values, and encouraging the spiritual growth of all members of the community To create a strong, vibrant international community which is aware of its global context and the issues which affect it To encourage in our students an appreciation of the need to understand, respect, serve and care for other To encourage in our students the skills of leadership, teamwork and a personal commitment to service To encourage our students to adopt a healthy lifestyle to promote their well-being and to enhance their cultural awareness Recognising the tenets of the IB Learner Profile REVISED GOALS

4 To promote the intellectual development of our students together with the achievement of the best academic qualifications within each student’s capabilities To promote a genuine and intrinsic love of learning, and encourage creative, critical and reflective learning, and assist students to communicate their ideas and beliefs in a balanced but clear manner To encourage the development of personal standards such as self- discipline, initiative, self-reliance and an entrepreneurial spirit To provide a physical environment of the highest quality possible to enhance the education on offer REVISED GOALS

5 1.SCHOOL STRUCTURES ICTNew Head of Information Systems - Enhanced use of database - Trial of new registration system - Planning of new information systems Phase 5 Boarding - Plans in place for new boarding facility Chapel - Planned programme in place after discussion - Occasional use of Sports Hall PROGRESS TO DATE

6 Facilities - Phase 5 Library and classrooms under construction - New lab and all now air conditioned Board - Audit of operations conducted - Manual of operations commissioned

7 2. FINANCIAL Revised loan arrangements Surplus to allow for capital works Fund-raising for Phase 5 PROGRESS TO DATE

8 3. STUDENTS – ACADEMIC SEN - Gifted & Talented programme in place - Oxbridge/Ivy League group in place ESOL - Now a faculty - New programme in place Teaching & Learning - Information from VP (Academic) IB - Learner Profile now included in appraisal - Learner Profile being included in schemes of work - Five-Year Review nearing completion PROGRESS TO DATE

9 4. STUDENTS – DEVELOPMENT Leadership - Details from VP (Pastoral) CCAs - New programme for 2012 with enhanced creative aspect Festivals - Participation in Singapore Youth Festival (Drama, Bronze Medal) Counselling - New counsellor appointed - New procedures in place PSHE - Integrated programme in place PROGRESS TO DATE

10 5. STAFF DEVELOPMENT Collaboration - Time created on Monday afternoons Leadership - HsMs, HoFs, CCOs all trained in leadership and teamwork - Other staff trained to deliver student programmes IB Workshops and meetings in place Induction - New induction programme in place and operating CPD - Integrated programme operating - New appraisal (PRM) trialled PROGRESS TO DATE

11 CONTINUATION AND CONSOLIDATION and… Extend leadership and character programmes Regular staff collaboration time – academic and pastoral aspects – on Monday afternoons Commission new Library and classrooms – Information centre and Teacher-Librarian concept Redevelop canteen New targets for IGCSE and IB examinations Develop teaching and learning to incorproate styles needed in IGCSE, IB and the 21 st Century Improve information systems Embed new CCA programme Develop further the House system Develop boarding programme THE YEAR AHEAD

12 EXAM RESULTS

13 STAFFINGSTAFFING

14 STUDENTSSTUDENTS

15 UNIVERSITIESUNIVERSITIES

16 UNIVERSITIESUNIVERSITIES

17 Miss Kathleen Manley VP (Academic) Mr. Charles Png VP (Pastoral) Mr. David Lee (Head of Information Systems)

18 21 st October 2011 Developing a Learning Community

19 What is a Learner? THE SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY A LIFE-LONG LEARNING COMMUNITY

20 IB Philosophy and values CORE of IB embedded throughout school and especially in teaching and learning To develop the IB Learner Profile attributes as the foundation of the learning experience To develop a desire and a thirst for the understanding, skills and knowledge for life learning WE ARE AN IB WORLD SCHOOL

21 Humanities Conference Collaboration with other international schools Inter-disciplinary work Library Gifted and Talented MYP project ON THE ROAD

22 COLLABORATION TIME AUDIT: identified strengths and weaknesses across the school COACHING POLICY: refinement and articulation of policy and practice TRAINING: individual courses – particularly IB / IGCSE training WHOLE-SCHOOL TRAINING: ESL in the Mainstream, AfL, G&T, IB (TOK across the curriculum and A Classroom of Inquiry) G&T: Oxbridge / Ivy League commenced CCOs: new House system reinforces the academic programme

23 WHOLE SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT IN: - G&T - ICT - AfL INVESTMENT IN LEARNING AND TEACHING CIE DIPLOMA FOCUS ON ICT LEARNING PODS NEW LIBRARY OPENS INTER-DISCIPLINARY PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES CONFERENCE

24 21 st October 2011 BALANCED SCORECARD TO MEASURE PERFORMANCE OF HOUSE SYSTEM

25 THROUGH A BUDDY SYSTEM AND ADOPTION OF CHARITIESA FAMILY THAT SERVES THE COMMUNITY

26 To develop a House system that reinforces the vision of ACS (International) of nurturing global citizens and leaders To develop House spirit of collaboration and cooperation through the buddy system and house activities To develop the giving of self to others through adoption of charities To develop the IB Learner Profile through the House System OBJECTIVES OF HOUSE

27 To develop a system of rewards for Houses Best Character Best Academic Best Charity Best House Awards Best Contribution Award – Leadership, Service, Interest Groups To develop a funding system for the Houses $1500 for each house each year FINANCIAL AND AWARDS

28 Number of Students Satisfied with the House System and the House Master 89.3% feel proud to be involved in the House 88.2% have contributed to the House 90.7% are happy with their House Master’s leadership Number of Students who feel that they have benefitted from House system 87.2% like the House they are in Number of Students who feel closer to the school 84.6% feel they belong to the House and School 81.5% feel that they have more opportunities to participate in school life Number of Students who develop the outcomes of the IB Learner Profile 80.4% STUDENT OUTCOMES

29 Pastoral Development of the HSMs Character Workshops, Leadership & Emotional Intelligence Workshops for HSMs Certificate in Youth Management in 2012 Leadership Development of the HSMs All HSMs are trained in leadership eg. Habitudes and 9 Conversations in Leadership Various processes have been developed in the House Development of the House Activity System House Handbook House Assessment system House Charities House Website House Student Leadership House Discipline System House PSHE system House Awards system House Buddy System PROCESS AND LEARNING

30 20 teachers accredited in Dr Tim Elmore’s Habitudes Leadership Programme First school in Asia accredited in Worldsview’s 9 Conversations in Leadership and the Heart of Leadership More than 200 student leadership positions with School Prefects, House Prefects, School Ambassadors, House Prefects, CCA Captains 2011 Best Delegation Award at Hong Kong Gifted Leadership Conference Leadership training for all leadership groups National Youth Achievement Awards for all students LEADERSHIPLEADERSHIP

31 More than 40 Co-curricular activities for 800 students Breadth and depth provided st in Blacks Fun Touch Rugby Tournament st in Netball C Division ACS Invitational event 2011 Model United Nations participation and success in Greece, Singapore and Rome 2011 Business Club Success in the ACS Invitational event 2011 SYF Drama English Bronze; Successful Strings Concert 2011 ACSIS U19 netball league silver medal 2011 National International School Archery Silver Medallist - Ong Kok Chen and Bronze Medallist, Yap Jun Xian 2011 ACSIS Badminton league bronze medal 2011 Theodore Phang ACSIS U13 Gold 200m and silver 100m 2011 Alicia Chiang National Swimming Championships 50 m and 100 m backstroke Silver 2011 Leonis John Lau National Swimming Championships 400m and 1500 m freestyle Silver and Gold respectively OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS - CCA

32 Develop Leadership at all levels for everyone Develop PHSE and Character Programme Focus student indicator Closer to the school Use of Language Know my friends better through House System More student participation in sports and performing arts groups TARGETS IN 2012


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