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Term 2, Week 1

It was truly delightful to reunite with everyone upon returning to school!

Tanglin's CEO and board of governors, along with Friends of Tanglin, organised a special cocktail reception dedicated to our class representatives, expressing heartfelt appreciation for their invaluable contributions to the school. It was also a lovely way to connect with our parents at the start of the new school term! 

This week, students from both the Junior and Senior school were introduced to EksoNR, a robotic exoskeleton designed by Ekso Bionics to help neurorehab patients to walk again. The robot provoked much discussion and curiosity amongst the different age groups. All the students were fascinated by how the robot controlled and guided their classmates to walk, sit, stand and even squat!

To coincide with Falmouth Arts University residency with Senior School this week, students from Infant, Junior and Senior schools were invited to draw in the bus bay, as they disembarked from their morning busses. The event was accompanied by live music.

Thanks to the music department and the wonderful student pianists for their support!

In Year 5, budding astronauts alongside intergalactic aliens took part in a wonderful mix of space-themed learning activities to launch the Term 2 learning theme.

Year 3 also launched their new Humanities topic with a Viking themed day. Children and staff came dressed in costumes and enjoyed shield making, weaving and many more.

The Institute @ Tanglin hosted a fascinating art workshop with Ella Emmauelle, a visiting lecturer in drawing from Falmouth University

Through various mark-making exercises, the Tanglin community were invited to question traditional pre-conceived ideas of how to present movement when drawing.

In our first Tanglin Tingle of the term, Mr Seal celebrated the stellar success of Senior School students who with the support of Mr Dech and Ms Burton Morgan competed in the British Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad (BAAO), and received a mix of Gold, Silver and Bronze awards for their efforts. Well done to all!