GOING WILD with Jon Skipper
Updated: Jun 23, 2020
MINGALABAR, Hello & Welcome to the March edition of GOING WILD.
This month we’ve teamed up with the pupils of Dulwich College who have been extremely busy discovering their favourite wildlife, trees and flowers around their school campus at Pun Hlaing Estate, Yangon.
Such a fantastic effort was made that my job has virtually been done for me this month, so I’m going to take a step back and enjoy the photos and descriptions which were sent in.
Nature Photography Competition
Theme - The Nature in our school
Artistic contributions by Year 5 students
Artistic contributions by Year 1 students
Congratulations to all the students who’s pictures were included.
Submissions can be sent to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us again for the April Edition of GOING WILD
About Dulwich College Yangon
Dulwich College Yangon is an academically selective, co-educational British independent school, offering an enhanced version of the English National Curriculum, adapted to the needs of its international student body. Dulwich College Yangon is a part of the Dulwich College International network of schools in China, Korea and Singapore. The schools are advised by the prestigious Dulwich College in London, a school with 400 years of educational experience. Dulwich College Yangon is spread over two campuses in Yangon, Pun Hlaing and Star City. The Pun Hlaing campus opened in August 2016 and is situated in the north-west of Yangon, adjacent to the beautifully landscaped Pun Hlaing Golf Estate. The school campus was expanded in August 2017 and features state-of-the-art facilities including science laboratories, sports fields, and a 350-seat black box theatre. The campus will be further developed over the next several years, and when completed, the facilities will include an indoor gymnasium, a 25-metre swimming pool and dedicated learning spaces for students from DUCKS, our early years school (aged 2 -7), to Middle School. The Star City campus of Dulwich College Yangon opened in August 2017 and sits on eight hectares (20 acres) of greenfield land on the south-eastern edge of the city, within the attractive Star City residential community. The campus is purpose built with world-class academic and co-curricular facilities. It is divided into five distinct areas with separate buildings specifically designed for students in DUCKS (aged 2 to 7), Junior School (aged 7 to 11) and Senior School (aged 11 to 18). The school buildings have flexible indoor and outdoor learning spaces. The sport facilities at the Star City campus include rugby and football fields, an indoor gymnasium complex and an aquatic centre with an Olympic-sized (50 metre) swimming pool and a learning pool. On completion of the development, the campus will have a performing arts centre, an art and design building and science laboratories. Both campuses are accepting applications on a rolling basis.