On Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd November, Hanova hosted Stan Cullimore, an author for children and teenagers.
Last Friday, 28th October, we had our Halloween celebrations in school., with costumes, parades, activities and parties. Many thanks to all for sending food, showing enthusiasm with costumes, attending the assembly: your contributions are always important to our success and look in our web site for the upcoming photo gallery of the day.
On Saturday, October 22nd, the Hanova community celebrated International Day 2016! The day was full of games, activities, crafts, delicious food and football matches that provided great entertainment for the all.
In September 2016, Hanova’s secondary students were introduced to three more universities: Washington & Jefferson College, University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown, and the College of Wooster.
The International Day of Peace, also known as Peace Day, was established by two United Nations Resolutions in 1981 and 2001. Each year, hundreds of students take part in a student observance of Peace Day at the United Nations. The Day’s theme for 2016 is “The Sustainable Development Goals: Building Blocks for Peace.” It aims…
In September 2016, Hanova’s Primary students began their Reading Buddy sessions – which are designed to encourage reading, speaking & listening skills. The initial Buddy meetings focused on “getting to know you buddy activities” and sharing books.
We have made a fabulous start to the new academic year in Secondary School, bringing back several awards from last week’s MUN conference, organized in Shanghai by the prestigious Yale University. Our delegation, consisting of 11 students, won the following: Best position paper for World Health Organisation (WHO): Marine Lemauviel Best position paper for DISEC…
On 13-16th June, Hanova’s secondary students traveled to Beijing, China. During the four day trip, they had the opportunity to experience Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) in a city full of history and unique culture, along with some amazing outdoor challenges and experiences . Each day was a new adventure as the students and teachers…
On Friday, 3rd June, Hanova’s Secondary students proudly presented an original drama production – “Can You Hear Us? A Refugee Story.” The students acted out a dramatic collection of refugee stories from around the world.
On Friday, 20th May, Hanova held its fourth annual graduation ceremony for the Year 13 class. The ceremony was attended by the Secondary student body and was followed by a reception to celebrate this life achievement.