Parent Support Group Activity : TOGETHER WE SHARE – Bazaar Murah at RW 1 Kampung Rawaroko, Rawalumbu

 

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On Tuesday, 23rd May 2017, in celebration of SVP’s 19th anniversary, PSG with all SVP community held a charity flea market (Bazaar Murah). This bazaar is for the community around the school (RW 1, Kampung Rawaroko, Kelurahan Rawa lumbu). In this bazaar we provided: cheap groceries package (paket sembako murah) and wearable used clothes (pakaian bekas layak pakai). Parents and the SVP community members were involved in this activity. Parents donated groceries package by contributing Rp 100,000/package consist of 3kg of rice, 2lt of cooking oil, 1kg of sugar, 1 kg of wheat flour & sweet soy sauce (580ml), and the students contributed by collecting the wearable used clothes.

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WORLD SCHOLARS CUP 2017 : Regional Round

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It is that time of year again, where scholars from all around Jakarta gather in one auditorium for the start of most awaited event, the regional round of World Scholar’s Cup. This is an event that our school is no longer a stranger to. It is an international academic event with students participating from over 50 countries. The event enables scholars from all around the world to build networks with scholars from all around the world. Starting with the regional round, which takes place in cities around the world. In the regional round, a team of three scholars go against teams from schools in the same region. On the 6th and 7th of May 2017, 16 senior division students (and 29 junior division students) from our school started their journey to build new friendships and to experience the thrilling atmosphere of the World Scholar’s Cup!

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COURAGEOUS ME – Primary School School Production

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Courageous is one of the characters we need to have to succeed in life. It is not an innate character. We need to cultivate it. As it is also one of the Learner Profiles and a part of CHAMPION qualities (Courageous), we take Courage as the theme of our biennial event, School Production, this year. This school production was held on the 28th and 29th April 2017 and it was titled “Courageous Me”. The script, that was written by Ibu Yani, included an adaptation of Brave story and her own version of Tangled story.

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THE JOURNEY OF THE CHAMPIONS – ECE School Production

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After the resounding success of previous school productions, this year we are back in full force and greater than ever!

On 28 April 2017, ECE presented abiennial school production entitled “Journey of the CHAMPIONs”which was supported by 20 singers, 21 musicians, and more than 100 dancers. It was brought to the audience through the solid collaboration of all ECE teachers and students.This musical production ran successfully and we received positive feedback from many parents.

The story was about five best friends named Melati, Sekar, Gendis, Lingga, and Raka. To welcome the semester break, they planned to have a journey to an island. Their parents supported their idea by arranging a homestay with a local boy named Bayu. Bayu was Melati’s cousin. Never did they imagine that the journey would enhance the value of being a champion in each of them. During their adventure, the five champs had to face many challenges in order to get clues so they could find a hidden treasure. They had to be COURAGEOUS enough to accept challenges, HONEST and truthful in choosing the action, ACTIVE and MINDFUL in dealing with and situation, show POSITIVE thinking towards others, be INNOVATIVE and OPEN-MINDED by respecting others and finding solutions creatively; they also had to be NOBLE by doing what was right and showing good morals by way of caring and sharing. After their thrilling adventure, the five champs finally proved themselves to be the truly CHAMPIONS in every way, not only for themselves, but for their friends and the people around them too.

The preparation itself was not easy. The students kept practicing to perform their best. The teachers did their best to prepare things related to the performance. The journey leading up to the show was a precious learning experience for both the students and the teachers. The success of this show truly represents what Colin Powell once said “Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence.”

written by Ibu Sheila Widya, EY 2 Jupiter Teacher