The School Production of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat enjoyed a wonderful four night run. Here is a sample of the images that encapsulate the energy, colour and fun of the production. Congratulations to all staff and students involved in this centrepiece on the school performance calendar!
Being part of String Ensemble was really a breathtaking experience. It was amazing that we had the chance to perform in just KS3. After working hard for a couple of months, we were excited to find that our first show, the Gala Evening, was so near. The night was full of elegant and sprightly melodies Read more about KS3 String Ensemble Hit The Right Note[…]
The Music Department hosted its second annual Music Celebration at the start of this week. This event is a chance to celebrate the successes of all the various ensembles and for students to actually appreciate the photos and videos of themselves in some of the many performances from the year. Students were entertained by the Read more about Music Celebration Marks Another Successful Year[…]
To finish the year off in style, Year 7 Music students across all sections performed selections from the recent movie Mary Poppins Returns. Approximately 150 students either sung in the choir or played in the orchestra in a 15 minute fun-filled performance to an audience of teaching staff. It was truly one of the musical Read more about Year 7 Music – Mary Poppins Returns Performance[…]
The staff involved in the production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat are really proud of the growing confidence and energy from the cast as the run has continued. The sound has been excellent and the leadership shown by the H3 students for CAS has been exemplary. The Musicians led by Mr Thin and Read more about School Production – Final Performance Tonight![…]
During out Year 6 Transition Days student created collaborative display collages based on their personally selected themes. It was great to see students working with individual flair and collective teamwork while they familiarised themselves with the routines of the European Secondary Campus. We look forward to seeing more creative expression from them next year!
The ESCPA held its annual Open Meeting at the European Secondary Campus on Friday 17th May 2019. During this meeting, to which secondary and year 6 parents are warmly invited, we took a look at the activities and events of the current school year, our financial situation, and then conducted elections for our Officer positions. Read more about ESCPA: Open Meeting and Showtime![…]
Today, 60 students and teachers from the British, French and German sections ventured down to the European Primary Campus to perform a preview of this year’s school production Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. Amos played his role as Joseph with great conviction; as his 11 brothers passionately portrayed their jealousy and scheming responses to Read more about European Primary Sing Too: “Any Dream Will Do” – ESC Production Performs at EPC[…]
On Sunday 19th May, Mr. Thin (music teacher in the British Secondary and High School) took part in a very special concert at the National Concert Hall to mark the 50th birthday of Taipei Symphony Orchestra. Singing in the TSO Chorus and joined by three other choirs, Mr. Thin took part in the world premiere Read more about Mr. Thin Sings for Taipei Symphony Orchestra’s 50th Birthday![…]
The H1 Art students have continued to impress with their charcoal expressions. Charcoal is not an easy material to control. Their end of year examination entailed making of an origami structure and then, using a spotlight, creating dramatic shadows and highlights. They then recorded their observations using charcoal and chalks. They all did a wonderful job Read more about H1 Charcoal Expressions[…]
Year 7 students experimented with tessellations in a Print Unit in their Art lessons. Each student made their own tile and looked at different patterns to embed in their styrofoam. After one very messy but productive practice printing day the students made their final print piece using different coloured inks.
Cast, crew and musicians have been excited this week to rehearse with costumes and lights as the Set and Props Teams put the final touches together towards the spectacle that will be TES’ production of Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. Thursday night’s rehearsal saw the cast practice the finale which features the reggae classic, Read more about Amazing Rehearsals in the Lead Up to Our Production[…]
Our H3 students were given an expressive task to support their descriptive language skills in which they were required to analyse the content of a painting. Each student was given a Surreal Landscape painting and asked to write as detailed a description as possible. They then swapped sketchbooks and their partner who had not seen Read more about Descriptive Language in IB Art[…]
Tickets for the school production, Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, are available for sale on the AOS system. Tickets cost $300 per person and to be “eco-friendly” we ask that you take a screenshot of your receipt and show this at the theatre entrance. Once the tickets have been “sold out” there will only be a Read more about ESC Production of Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat![…]
This week, students in Key Stage Three expressed words and language central to their language profile and identity through “Marbling Art”. Students selected and designed words and phrases that are indicative of their linguistic identity and then employed the marbling technique to present these words and phrases. The students chose a different colour for each Read more about Languages Week 2019 – Marvellous Marbling of Art and Language[…]
Mr. Yang Wen-Yi 楊文逸 is an award winning photographer who has been recognised for his voluntary services and work with underfunded remote tribal schools in Taiwan. He launched a volunteer project in 2015 by offering his time and expertise to teach students the skills of filming. He also provides graduation albums for less-privileged tribal students. Read more about Workshops with Visiting Photographer Mr. Yang Wen-Yi on May 3[…]
Last weekend saw the unveiling of many creative and fantastic art pieces as part of the British Secondary and High School IB Art Show for 2019. Displayed in Bopiliao Historical Block, the show was the culmination of our H4 IB students’ work as part of their fulfillment of the IB Diploma Programme. More than this, Read more about IB Art Show 2019[…]
On Saturday March 30th, six of the students due to start IB Diploma Film at TES next year attended an informal workshop. Students attended a variety of hands-on workshops in Tienu covering such themes as Lighting, Editing, VFX, Colour Grading and Making Micro-Documentaries. They then got to hear a keynote speaker, Tim Gorski, an award-winning Read more about Aspiring Film Students Attend Tim Gorski Workshops[…]
The H3 Music Leaders have been hosting a series of lunchtime concerts which have run all of this week and will continue until the end of Term 2 next week. The Music Leaders have been in charge of promotion, setup and general organisation of the event which runs annually. This week has seen concerts well Read more about Music Leader Lunchtime Concerts[…]
Kate in Year 8 demonstrated how she was able to work so hard and with such imagination. She came to me the other day to show me her Da Vinci style bridge. She writes: Leonardo da Vinci’s bridge is a Bridge that doesn’t use string/rope or nails it holds itself up. Leonardo’s bridge was used Read more about Leonardo da Vinci’s Bridge[…]