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Term 2, Week 10

Bienvenue! This week, Tanglin's Year 7 students welcomed French students to Tanglin and then went to visit the International French School on Tuesday. A fitting exchange as International French-speaking Day also fell this week! 

This weekend, we wrapped up the International Schools’ Climbing League, an exciting competition spread across 5 events and 5 different venues. Congratulations to all our athletes for their outstanding rankings throughout the series. Your determination and skill have truly shone bright on the climbing wall

The Animal Show - the concert performed by Reception children, was an absolute delight! Their love for animals shone through in every note and movement, captivating the audience with their charming performances.

The drama production, Frankenstein, led by Year 12 student Rohan and his team, delivers an unforgettable theatrical experience. Featuring Anand and Terri as the lead cast, it was an outstanding performance that truly brought Mary Shelley's classic to life. Congratulations to the entire cast and crew for a job well done!"

Well done to all our swimmers who participated in the Junior Merlions Gala event! We hope you had a lot of fun and enjoyed the spirit of competition, camaraderie, and sportsmanship.

On Thursday, the Classical Symposium, hosted by Classics students from Years 7 to 13, brought the ancient world to life through captivating presentations and performances from Latin and English literature. It was an entertaining and enjoyable evening for all who attended.

On Thursday, we had the honour of welcoming Mr. Antony Phillipson, British High Commissioner to the Republic of South Africa, for a talk hosted by The Institute and moderated by Ms. Clare Bartington. Mr. Phillipson, a former Tanglin Parent who served as High Commissioner to Singapore, shared insightful perspectives with students interested in global politics, focusing on the Foreign Service, foreign policy, and current geopolitical issues.

The IB Visual Arts exhibition 'Mind the Gap' showcases a celebration of artistic expression, innovation, and the culmination of two years of hard work by our talented IB Diploma Visual Arts students. We feel extremely privileged to witness their growth, exploration, and relentless pursuit of excellence in the arts, and are honoured to share in this journey with them. 

Year 9 were treated to a fascinating talk by Sandbar Swimwear founder, Melissa Reid, last week. In this informative and interactive session, students learnt about the impacts of ocean plastic and how Sandbar use it to make their swimsuits and shorts. Students got the opportunity to see firsthand the different stages of the process and even got a personal message from Seven Clean Seas, an organisation on a mission to remove 10 million kg of plastic by 2025.