Ivan McLean, Head of Middle and Senior Schools
In Chinese, 无与伦比
In Japanese, 比類のない
In Korean, 견줄 나위 없는
However we say that this week, it is meaningful to us all. Merriam Webster Dictionary defines the word as follows:
There is no doubt that the challenges presented to us all in the last few weeks have been unparalleled. But so have the responses been without equal:
Our Teachers have worked INCREDIBLY HARD to make our Continuity of Learning Program at home seamless, working long hours.
Our Students have worked INCREDIBLY HARD to make sure they creatively communicate, collaborate and continue to learn as effectively as they can.
Our Admin Staff have worked INCREDIBLY HARD to make sure that our infrastructure supports our learners.
Our Parents have worked INCREDIBLY HARD to support our children as they endure a tough time for them - understanding the world around them and also trying to balance learning at home online and offline. Parents have also had to negotiate their own work-related issues and we are truly appreciative of all of the kind-hearted and well-considered responses you have shared this week.
The Year 6 to 10 Middle and Senior School students will have the majority of their examinations in Week 6 of Term 2, with Year 11 students undertaking a significant assessment period then also.
Further information regarding the Term 2 Examination Week will be distributed closer to the time when we are more certain of
Finally, I have been truly proud of the AISM community’s response to this situation and believe our efforts have together been
unparalleled. Thank you.
Click here to view Middle and Senior Schools lesson examples during the campus closure.