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Term 2, Week 11
It was STEAM and Sustainability Week for the entire school! A lot of exciting activities were planned to showcase the importance of both STEAM, sustainability and As part the important links between the two. There was a also theme for each day which extends across all three schools - Meat-free Monday, Trashless Tuesday, Walk-in Wednesday, Green-Tech Thursday and Switch Off Friday.

One of the biggest highlight of the week was the Steam-Sustainability Symposium where we celebrate and showcase the innovative student projects at Tanglin.


As part of the STEAM and Sustainability Week, Ms Bing Tay, User Experience Lead at Singaporean tech company Razer, was invited to The Institute on Tuesday to speak to those interested in learning more about UX in the gaming industry. 
On Wednesday, we held our very first Junior House Swim Gala! The children trained very hard for this and were proud to have been given a chance to swim competitively to gain points for their Houses.
After a thrilling day of action last Saturday at the Lions Netball tournament, our 19&U team were crowned champions! Our 16&U girls claimed 2nd place. Well done to all the players and also Tanglin staff who worked so hard to make this happen.
After a gruelling few weeks of competition, Tanglin Trust came in third overall in the International Schools' Climbing League. Our climbers picked up some accolades:

Youth B - Boys

1st - James M (9Cn) 
3rd - Dan Ru L (9Cn)

Youth B - Girls

3rd - Juliet F (9Pt)

Youth A - Boys

1st - Oscar F (11Cy)
2nd - Lucas Z (11Cy)

Youth A - Girls

1st - Avan N (11Wy)

Thank you to everyone that supported getting the ISCL off the ground! It was a fantastic inaugral year and all the schools are keen to run it again in 2024. 

In the tradition of an ancient Greek Symposium, which was a drinking party with food and entertainment, Senior Language department hosted a Classical Symposium in school on Thursday. The presentations and performances from a number of Classics students from Years 7-13 included discussions, extracts from plays in Latin and English, readings and classically inspired music, which all relate to students’ study of the ancient world at Tanglin. Fun was had by all!