1. Student Profile: Chua Guangwi

Student Profile: Chua Guangwi

Published on 09 Aug 2017
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What are your hobbies? Playing the piano, ballet, reading short articles.

What are your favourite subjects? Mathematics, additional mathematics, accounting.

What kinds of extracurricular activities do you do? Table tennis, netball.

Who is your favourite teacher and why? It is kind of hard to choose as all teachers in school are very supportive and helpful. They are all easily approachable and I can chit chat with them just like a friend.

What is the one thing that you like the most about your school? My teachers and friends in school are very caring, just like family. This allows me to try out new things and just be myself in this very safe environment created by the school. There is no need to be embarrassed or shy in presentations as all the feedback given are constructive criticism containing gems and opportunities that will help me learn and improve. The activities conducted in school are fun and exciting, yet beneficial as it gave me a taste of the working world as we try to address real world issues. It is a comfortable training ground that I always consider a second home.

Share a memorable experience in your school so far. The twice in a year theme day of our school is the time where we as a class dress up accordingly to the interpretation of the theme decided by the school. Every theme day was a very unforgettable experience as the process we went through as a class from discussions about what we should dress up as to performing  chants to completing games was just full of excitement and joy. I really loved how theme day brought our whole class or rather the whole school together. It was a great opportunity for all teachers, seniors and juniors to bond with each other subconsciously despite age gap, which was really amazing to see the magic happen all by itself.

What is the best thing about being a student? As a student, I have tons of chances to make mistakes and learn from them without being blame for. Through the process, I get to train my sense of responsibility, self-confidence and social skills to grow into a successful adult in the future.

What do you hope to do when you finish school? After graduating from Sri Emas International School, I plan to study  programmes such as A Level or IBDP that will keep my university course options wide as I am yet to be sure of what I wish to pursue as a career in future.

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