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February 2017

In social studies, students have been studying famous inventions and inventors from the 1800s-1950s. The students have used their learning to explain the progress of inventions over time and their impact on life today.
Please join us for these meetings this Wednesday to help plan International Day, one of the most special and unique events on the ASP calendar!
With lots of natural light and space and a delicious meal of homemade lasagne and fixings, all present gave the dining experience a two thumbs up, four star review!
ASP has seen a strong increase in website and on-campus visits from people in the UK; Head of School Mark Ulfers was interviewed by CNN for their report on the consideration of Paris as a new home base for many in the wake of Brexit.
During our Extension Program February Camp this year, we have an exciting new program line up for children in Grades 3 to 5!
Student representatives will team up to integrate the entire body of Grade 8 research and create a single StoryMap about the history of colonization and imperialism. This will be submitted to this year's ArcGIS StoryMap competition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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