Time is fleeting and we’re going to say goodbye to the memorable summer 2015 at Western Australian School. New friends, devoted and friendly teachers, useful living skills and English classes, interesting extracurricular activities and wonderful lessons, etc. all of these things will stay forever in every little students’ memories.
A memorable summer has gone by and the students will miss every experience that they’ve had. They will miss the lessons on their familiar whiteboard. They will miss new friends who they’ve just studied and play with for summer days, etc. and they will miss many other things in the summer. In addition to these feelings, they’re also very excited because they’ve learned so many good things through this summers course. Nguyen Yen Phuong Dung, an Upper student, excitedly said: “I’m very happy to have new friends. My English skills have been improved a lot. I’ve been trained for better teamwork and communication ability through soft skills classes, thus, my personal development has been becoming better and better.”
Similarly, Thuy Diem, an Advance student also shared: “In addition to the above things, I also learned how to solve internal conflicts so my relationship with friends has become better than before.”
During the last summer months, the students have been enjoying the jubilant and useful days at Western Australian School. The Maths, Science, Dance, and Sport classes, etc. the field trips to RMIT, Mango Park, Cu Chi, etc. and many other exciting activities have gave them unforgettable experience. Phuc Nhi, a Flyer student, said: “I’ll always remember the last summer course. I not only had fun with my new friends, I also improve other skills such as how to prevent accidents, deal with bad situations and manage time effectively, etc. Western Australian School always understands us and gives us what is necessary for each student.”
The summer has gone by, the experience and knowledge they have learned during the Royal Poinciana season will be a crucial step for them to get mentally refreshed and prepare for the coming new school year.