The last day of school before the Vietnamese New Year celebrations is usually also the day of the mid-term graduation ceremony at the IGS. This year it took place via igs_online. The ceremony was opened with a piano piece performed by the IGS student Xu Ziyuan. This was followed by the headmaster’s speech and a review of the last few months together with the class teachers, where, among other things, goals for the coming half-year were formulated.
At the end, all students said goodbye to the First Term with the traditional lion dance. Actually, the lion dance had been rehearsed again this year by the students who are now, unfortunately currently doing distance learning at home. It didn’t take long before our teachers stepped in. See for yourself how gracefully our little lions move to the percussion.
The water buffalo is said to be hard-working, well-organized and resilient, and he places a special focus on education. So, this augurs well for the New Year.
We wish you and your family a healthy, successful, new Year of the Water Buffalo.
Chúc mừng năm mới
Võ Hà My (Hanna), grade 8 and the Deputy Student Representative Võ Đặng Kỳ Anh (Katie), grade 11 for the Vietnamese New Year celebrations.