Theme Week yang diadakan dari tanggal 14 s.d 18 Nopember 2016 ini bertemakan “Water” sehingga semua kegiatan yang mereka lakukan selama mengikuti kegiatan ini akan berhubungan dengan air.
Di Theme Week ini siswa-siswa Secondary mendapatkan dua hal sekaligus yakni kesenangan sekaligus pengetahuan. Maka tidak mengherankan apabila Theme Week merupakan salah satu acara tahunan yang paling dinanti oleh para siswa.
- Science : Bio Pore, Layered Liquid, Fountain (Diffraction Through Water, Water Rocket, Water Tower, Pathogens in Water, dll).
- IT (Realistic Rain Drops, Wave Simulation, dll)
- Social Science (Mapping World’s Biggest Rivers)
- Art (Spray Paint)
Berikut merupakan cuplikan foto-foto keseruan yang terjadi selama Theme Week 2016.
2 Siswa Sekolah Chandra Kusuma Berhasil Meraih Juara I dan III dalam Kompetisi Bahasa Mandarin Tingkat Provinsi
Sim Yi Jun (Primary 5) dan Sim Hui Jun (IGCSE 2) berhasil meraih prestasi yang membanggakan di ajang Tio Ciu Festival yang diadakan oleh Yayasan Tio Ciu Sumatera Utara.
Di dalam kompetisi yang diikuti oleh siswa-siswa dari seluruh Sumatera Utara ini, Sim Yi Jun berhasil meraih Juara I Baca Berita Bahasa Mandarin untuk kategori SD Kelas 4-6. Sedangkan Sim Hui Jun berhasil meraih Juara III Baca Berita Mandarin kategori SMA / Mahasiswa.
Selamat kepada Yi Jun dan Hui Jun! We are very proud of you guys and keep up the good work!
Jika sebelumnya, Fira Fatmasiefa dan Bramasto Rahman Prasojo, telah berhasil meraih medali emas di ajang LPBSU (Lomba Peneliti Belia Sumatera Utara) 2016, maka pada kesempatan kali ini mereka kembali berhasil meraih Medali Emas di Bidang Campuran dengan judul penelitian “B2VT / Braille To Voice Translator” di ajang LPBN (Lomba Peneliti Belia Nasional) 2016 yang diadakan di Kampus Indonesia International Institute for Life Science (i3L), Jakarta, dari tanggal 17 s.d 19 Nopember 2016.
LPBN sendiri adalah ajang yang mempertemukan siswa-siswa peneliti muda berbakat dari seluruh Indonesia.
Selamat kepada Fira dan Pras! We are so proud of you guys and keep up the good work!
PART 2 October 11th – October 14th 2016
(Click di sini untuk versi Indonesia)
All teachers and students arrived well on time at Kuala Namu and we began the check in process on schedule when suddenly Miss Monalisa realised she had forgotten her passport, so we had to delay check in by one hour while her sister brought the passport to the airport. Fortunately, I had allowed for mishaps and we were still able to check in 90 minutes before the flight was due to take off. VERY unfortunately, just as we started checking in, it was announced that our flight was to be delayed by 3 hours – this meant by the time we had checked in we had at least 4 hours to wait until we could board the plane – Starbucks was very happy!
To cut a long airport-story short, we arrived in KL 4 hours after we had expected and were met by Mr Klaas at around 11pm and then taken straight to our hotel - by the time we checked in it was around 1230am before we all got to our rooms. The delays did not dampen the spirits of the students who managed to stay awake until around 2am (well, that was when I completed my last round of checks and kids were all well settled).
The following day, we were due to be picked up and taken to Kinglsey at 8:00am, but due to the delays, we postponed the pick up until 9:30 and arrived at Kinglsey School at 9:45 (still 2 hours earlier than we would have done if we had flown on the 12th without any delays – traveling the day before was a very wise move). We were greeted by an amazing display of drums by Kinglsey School. It turned out they used our arrival as a warm up for the following week when the queen of Malaysia was visiting their school! We then proceeded to begin the activities that had been prepared: the annual football match that we won 2 - 0 (I was a supporter, not a coach – haahhaah); a game of Dodge-ball in which everyone participated; baking cookies and cakes, and some very entertaining Science experiments led by Mr Klaas. Overall it was an excellent morning of activities at Kingsley School, followed up by a tasty lunch before heading back to the hotel to freshen up for an hour.
After freshening up, we were back on the bus at around 3:00pm and on our way Sunway Pyramids for the 'Treasure Hunt” activity. Students were put in to mixed groups and spent 90+ minutes running around the plaza in teams chasing clues that had been prepared by Mr. Klaas and his colleague Miss Lim. The students had to complete 5 tasks and then report back to a base where teachers would check their results and then give them another task sheet to complete. This was all done and dusted by 5:45pm and the students were then given until 7:30pm to do some souvenir shopping. Everyone was back on time to meet the bus with no delays at 7:45pm.ay – the day when we would be leaving KL to head to Adeline's Guest House and Villas for the main events. Everyone was back in the hotel by 930pm and in their bedrooms 10pm. It was a well-deserved peaceful night.
The following morning we checked out at 7:30am and were all on the bus by 8:00am. The 3+ hour drive to Gopeng was very tranquil – most of our students were catching up on lost sleep from our first night in KL. Once we arrived in Gopeng, we were met by the crew from Adelines's at the drop off point and proceeded to board the 'jungle trucks' to make our way up the hills to the villas. This is when the excitement started and kids really started to show expressions of joy – the kinds of expressions shown when experiencing something new. We arrived, settled in, and then had the first of four amazing meals at Adeline's that we would be enjoying over the next 24+ hours – the food really is exceptional there.
At 2:30pm we gathered together for the very thorough briefing and training programme that is provided by the white water rafting team and by 3:30pm we were ready to go rafting. The water was quite low this year, which offered us more time to enjoy the scenery as well as some interesting challenges for how to get through some of the rocky areas. We also had plenty of chances to stop and swim and 'almost' everyone took the opportunity to jump in the water from a large rock on the side of the river. We all came away with new 'rafting-lingo' and gained some important white water rafting skills. Everyone loved it!
We were back on the jungle trucks by 6:00pm and showered in time for the evening meal at 7:30pm. After eating we gathered once more to go for a very relaxing night walk under a magnificent moonlit sky. By 9:30pm we were all back at Adeline's and were treated to a one man fire-eating show. It was spectacular. I couldn't help thinking how grateful I was that I had had so much delicious BBQ'd lamb, while this guy was left eating fire – he seemed happy though. We were all asleep by midnight.
The following day we had breakfast at 7:30am and then went on a 30 minute drive on the 'jungle trucks' (by now these trucks had become a firm favourite of the students) to a spot to see a beautiful jungle waterfall. This was an ideal chance to take some photos and you can be sure the opportunity was not wasted. We hung around for around an hour before heading back to Adeline's to pack our bags and check
out. We all enjoyed our last lunch at Adeline's and at 12:45pm, said our good byes and boarded the jungle trucks for one last time as we headed to the pick up point to meet our coach driver..
The plane left 20 minutes behind schedule – we arrived in Medan and went straight through immigration with no hassle. As we came out of the arrival area, we were greeted by a large number of parents who had come to collect their kids. After one final count to 27, I said good bye to those who were traveling with parents and everyone who had opted to travel back on the bus came with Miss Mona, Miss Mawar and myself back to CK. As we arrived, all parents of the remaining students were either waiting for their children or arrived within minutes of our arrival. We were all on our respective ways home by 9:45pm.
I reached home and then retold many hilarious stories of the past four days to my family!
Yes, we have just returned, and yes, I have a lot of things to keep myself busy, but I would be lying to you if I said that I am not looking forward to KICKS 4 and that Klaas and I hadn't started making plans / little tweaks to the programme. These new plans are sure to make it even more interesting and memorable for the next group of students who are able to join KICKS 4, 2017!!!
CKS kembali mengadakan “Champions Week”. Kegiatan tahunan yang diperuntukkan bagi siswa-siswa Primary ini diadakan mulai dari tanggal 7 s.d 11 Nopember 2016.
Tema kegiatan Champions Week tahun ini adalah “Chance, Challenge, and Champions.” Melalui kegiatan ini, siswa-siswa diharapkan agar berani mengambil kesempatan, menghadapi tantangan, dan siap untuk menjadi pemenang. Champions Week tidak hanya diikuti oleh para siswa tetapi juga melibatkan partisipasi dari orang tua.
Ada banyak kegiatan maupun permainan yang mereka lakukan selama mengikuti Champions Week ini. Diantaranya seperti :
Berikut adalah beberapa foto yang menggambarkan segala keceriaan dan keseruan yang terjadi selama Champions Week 2016.
Family Fun Activities, kegiatan tahunan Children's Garden yang menunjukkan kekompakkan antara orang tua dan anak telah kembali diadakan.
Di hari pertama ini mereka melakukan beberapa kegiatan, antara lain :
Berikut ini adalah beberapa cuplikan foto keseruan yang terjadi selama hari pertama ini.
Kebersamaan dan kekompakan antara orang tua dan anak di kegiatan Family Fun Activities terus berlanjut.
Ada banyak permainan yang mereka lakukan di hari ke-2 dan ke-3 ini, diantaranya adalah :
Family Fun Activities sendiri akan terdiri dari beberapa kegiatan yang terbagi ke dalam 4 bagian, yakni Sport, Art, Science, dan Language.
Pada puncak acara, yakni pada tanggal 21 Oktober 2016, akan diadakan Family Fun Stand, yang memberikan kesempatan kepada orang tua untuk berpartisipasi dalam membuka stand baik itu berupa makanan, minuman dan lain-lain sebagainya.
Untuk informasi dan pendaftaran Family Fun Stand, silahkan menghubungi Lobby Children’s Garden di (061) 661 6765.
Mari hadiri dan nikmati kebersamaan keluarga Anda di Family Fun Activities 2016.
Date : 15th October 2016
Time : 08:00 – 10.30 WIB
Venue : Chandra Kusuma School
Perumahan Cemara Asri, Blok O, Jl. Cemara, Deliserdang 20371
1. AMO Re-Registration will start at 8.00 am and close at 8.45 am on Saturday, October15th, 2016. Please be on time.
2. Campus of Chandra Kusuma School will have areas for waiting for parents / teachers / guardians, etc. We request parents not
to enter the main building while test is going on.
3. There will be teachers and staffs to make sure that all our participants are taken care of.
4. Students need to bring:
Transparent pencil case
Sharpener / Lead
5. Students need to wear proper school uniforms.
6. Exam details:
Starts at 09.00 am
Done at 10.30 am
Do not bring scrap paper, it will be provided
No cell phones
No dictionary needed, questions are printed in two languages bili ngual : English and Bahasa Indonesia.
LPBSU 2016 yang diadakan pada tanggal 8 Oktober 2016 di Istana Koki ini adalah sebuah ajang kompetisi yang mempertemukan siswa-siswa peneliti belia usia 13 s/d 18 tahun dari berbagai sekolah yang ada di provinsi Sumatera Utara.
Fira Fatmasiefa (A Level 1) dan Bramasto Rahman Prasojo (IGCSE 1) berhasil meraih Medali Emas di Bidang Campuran dengan judul penelitian “Braille To Voice Translator (B2VT)”.
Masih dari bidang yang sama, Cedric Anthony Terance (Checkpoint 2) berhasil meraih Medali Perunggu dengan judul penelitian “Thermopiles Thief”. Selain itu, Cedric juga berhasil meraih penghargaan lainnya yakni “Juara 2 Poster Terbaik” dan “Poster Favorit”.
Dari Bidang Life Science, Shindy Suwardi (Checkpoint 2), Gilbert Noel (Checkpoint 1), dan Veronica (Checkpoint 1), berhasil meraih Medali Perunggu dengan judul penelitian “The Power of Papaya Seed”.
Selamat kepada siswa-siswa beserta guru pembimbing yang berhasil meraih penghargaan. Buat yang belum berhasil, jangan patah semangat dan teruslah berusaha!