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Sports, Arts and Activities


Today our friends from Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) come to visit. Ms Jaqcuie gave students a series of presentations, updating us about what BOSF is doing in Kalimantan. The students heard about what happens with the orangutans in their care – from being a baby all the way to being an adult ready to be released into the wild. We also heard about those that are in permanent care – like the ACG School Jakarta sponsored oranguatans Kopral and Shelton. Kopral has had both forearms amputated after an accident and Shelton is blind. There are best buddies though! Students have worn orange and green today and made donations and BOSF also has a shop in the canteen and students , staff and parents are buying many items. Our collection of goods for the babies has been very successful and we are delighted to be able to donate so much cash and goods for the babies.

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    My experience in Youth Leaders’ Summit

    My experience in the BINUS Youth Leaders’ Summit was extraordinary as many unanticipated events took place in the span of three days. Firstly, I encountered many different individuals who presented different ideas on significant issues that are happening in our country, Indonesia and inspired me in many ways.
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    Learner Profile of The Month: Principled

    This month, we continue to explore the Learner Profile attributes with a particular focus on being principled. One of the greatest struggles that each person is faced with is finding the balance between being opportunistic and standing by their principles.
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    Book Donation to SDN01 Pagi Ragunan

    On Wednesday 20 March, Year 4 students went on a field trip to visit a neighbouring school in Ragunan. The purpose of the visit was to deliver books the school had purchased with the money raised during the Read-a-thon.