Date : 21st October 2013
Venue : SIS Hall, Sunway International School
The prize giving ceremony was the culmination of one month of intense activity centred around the inaugural SIS Video Challenge, themed “My School, My Pride”. Students worked in teams to submit short original videos that expressed their love for SIS and reflect the spirit of the SIS in a creative way. Mentored by SIS teachers, the top five videos that best represented the theme were shortlisted and uploaded for voting. Winners were selected by combined votes from the Management and “likes” from viewers on youtube. We congratulate SunDingBearz and Smashy for being the champions and runners-up who both won cash prizes respectively. In addition to the cash reward, their team names were also the first to be engraved on the majestic annual challenge trophy.
Leadership and Team-Building Day
Date : 8th October 2013
Venue : Matsushita Stadium, Shah Alam
Leadership and Team-Building Day was a fantastic opportunity for all students to participate in a series of physical and mental challenges, relying on athletic, mental and team-building skills. The day-long event had students working with their peers to successfully complete challenge-based tasks designed to help them build trust, leadership and teamwork skills. It was a day of forging new friendships, facing challenges head-on and fostering team spirit. Students and staff were rewarded with sweet memories, glowing tans and reserves of amusing anecdotes to reminisce together.
Youth Parliament at World Marketing Summit Malaysia 2013
Date : 29th September 2013 Venue : Putrajaya International Convention Centre
SIS was represented by “Team SPARC”, consisting of students from Grades 10 and 11, who competed with eight other schools from the Kuala Lumpur area. The students explored new ways to achieve creative solutions for their assigned topic, “The eradication of poverty in Cambodia,” as part of the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals. Our students created their marketing strategy and presented their research ideas to a panel of esteemed judges comprising ambassadors and CEOs of non-governmental organizations. Team SPARC’s outstanding teamwork and confident presentation on their assigned topic so impressed the juries, they were awarded the third place position.
Model United Nations Conference
Date : 26th September 2013
Venue : United World College, Singapore
With the club’s formation late last year, Sunway’s Model United Nation Club’s members were understandably nervous attending their very first conference. Over 80 countries were represented by 250 delegates from schools all over South East Asia. The members’ incessant worrying and hours of preparation were worth it, as the members immersed themselves fully in three days of intense debate, stimulating conversation and engaging dialogue over critical world issues with like-minded peers. Having had a taste of the excitement from their first conference, the students returned with great memories and steely motivation to excel at their next conference with a bigger, better prepared delegation to make SIS proud.
Date : 29th August 2013
Venue : Sunway International School
Organized by Ms. Gauthier with assistance from Ms. Wyse, the Poetry Slam competition went off smoothly with a great turnout from competitors and audience that included students, staff and administrators. The poems delivered explored a wide range of topics, from love and drugs, to judging people based on their looks to family issues, to teen angst and social media, kept the audience riveted and applauding over the span of 3 hours. The theme of the day was passion, and this was reflected in original compositions, admirable competitive spirit and the fervent delivery of the spoken word. The event culminated with a special reading of “What Teachers Make” from the organizers themselves that brought the house down! Congratulations Amanda Cheh, Danzel Waran and Lee Shirley on finishing in the top three.
Date : 23rd – 26th April 2013
Venue: Sunway International School
Career Week was organized to expose students to career options, and assist them in charting their future career pathways. The week-long event featured a career exhibition, class activities, career and aptitude assessment, and culminated with invited guest speakers presenting their expertise. Professionals from the SIS community of parents and associates shared their working experiences in talks drawing from a wide range of fields including the Arts, Architecture, Applied Sciences, Business, Culinary, Communications & Media, Computers Technology, Education, Fitness, Healthcare, Law, Photography, Psychology, Manufacturing and Social Services. It was an eye-opener for the students, and provided them plenty of information to ponder and plan as they embark on their next exciting phase of development.