Sarah Ann Lee Jia En and Joyanne Chan Xi En from Nanyang Girls’ High School travelled to Finland in November 2017 to carry out their research. The winning project focused on comparing two school cultures through a series of side-by-side Polaroid photographs, and we hope to share more detail about the project shortly.
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On 27 Nov 2017, a group of Nanyang girls and teachers visited Avenues: The World School. During the tour, the visiting students from Nanyang interacted with Avenues’ students who were learning Mandarin and gained a better understanding of how languages were taught in Avenues: The World School, an area that was of great importance to the visiting students who were recipients of a scholarship on Bicultural Studies. As bilingual learners, the Nanyang students also got to see how two languages were taught in another school and country. In addition, the visiting teachers and students also found out more about Avenues’ interdisciplinary approaches and projects.
FIRST: TEAM 1 from NANYANG GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL
SECOND: TEAM 2 from SHANGHAI No 3 GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL
THIRD: TEAM 1 from CAMBERWELL GIRLS’ GRAMMAR SCHOOL
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From London to the Lakes and Everything in Between
This June saw the NYGH Special Assistance Programme (SAP) Scholars embark on a 14-day study trip to the United Kingdom. The 44 girls were joined by seven buddies from The Affiliated High School of Peking University (HSPKU).
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22 students – 17 girls and 5 boys – from The Affiliated High School of Peking University visited Singapore in March 2015. Their learning journey included an exchange programme with Nanyang Girls’ High School (NYGH) and School of Science and Technology, Singapore (SST).
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The Mathematics Department of NYGH was delighted to have Dr Greg Davies (Head of Mathematics) and Mrs Sarah Owen (Mathematics teacher) with them for a week for a teacher exchange programme in July 2014.
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