MS HS Activities

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MS HS Activities

Teddy Baby

Teddy Baby

Teddy Baby is a CAS group that was established in 2012. Their project has two aims.. Firstly, to encourage students to develop their handicraft skills mainly sewing, crochet, needle felting, and secondly, to share the earnings from selling our products to orphanages/organisations in the Tangerang area. 

STUCO

STUCO

Under a new departmental format where student council representatives have an opportunity to try various jobs and duties across event management, operations, marketing and finance. The 2017-2018 MSHS Executive and Representatives have launched new house challenges, school events, and fundraisers to raise school spirit and engage with the local community.  The STUCO will continue to be the pride of SWA and act upon the voices of the student body to ensure that their time at SWA is memorable and meaningful.

Badminton Clubs

Badminton Clubs

Student representatives facilitate the badminton club. Members are dedicated to spend quality time together while engaging in physical exercise in the midst of their school hours to maintain a healthy balance between studying. The executive team helps in setting up the badminton court and manages to collection of funds to buy shuttlecocks. In the club, the students from Grade 6 to 12 practice how to serve, lob, smash, and drop shot. They also learn how to play the game and its rules. The students take turn in pairs to have a doubles game and further learn the strategies involved in doubles play. Furthermore, we enforce a sense of unity amongst members as students from varying grade levels who come together to play a sport they mutually love, building friendships, sharing their skills and techniques, and playing with great sportsmanship. The badminton club consists of players with varying skills and knowledge regarding badminton, but despite of all the difference, we remain united in our love for badminton.

SWA Model United Nations

SWA Model United Nations

SWA Model United Nations aims to prepare students to participate in Model United Nations Conferences which are simulations of the United Nations. In MUN students play the roles of delegates an UN member country. Students learn about the United Nations, its organizations (General Assembly, Security Council, etc), and engage with relevant global issues, diplomacy, negotiations, decision-making public speaking, and debate.

Timbre

Timbre

Timbre is a “home” for students who enjoy to play music. It is a student-led CAS project that builds confidence, creativity and teamwork in various musical projects.Timbre has changed our school’s lunchtime atmosphere by holding a lunch acoustic session every week. This year, Timbre started to provide free music workshops monthly to give everyone within the school community a chance to enhance their musical knowledge and skills. Timbre has also given a positive contribution to the society around the area by initiating and organising the Charity Winter Concert 2017 independently where we entertain orphan kids from Tunas Mahardika Orphanage and give them supplies such as foods and toys that has been collected from the school community.

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