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  • This would be a good place to insert a short

    paragraph about your organization. It might include the purpose of the organization, its mission, founding date, and a brief history.

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    your organization offers, the geographic area covered (for example, western U.S. or

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    Nikhel Sachdev from Year 6 (2012 batch) was the proud recipient of the 2012 Singapore Police Force Book Prize. This prestigious award is presented to students with excellent academic results, strong leadership in their co-curricular activities and meaningful contributions to community service. Nikhel received a cash prize of $2,000 and will be offered opportunities to visit the various SPF units and attend their official functions.

    2012 Singapore Police Force (SPF) Book Prize

    Anglo-Chinese School

    (Independent)

    199&121 Dover Road

    139656

    Singapore

    Phone: 555-555-5555

    Fax: 555-555-5555

    E-mail: [email protected]

    The Best is yet to be

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    Were on the Web!

    go to acsindep.edu.sg

    GIC Young Leader Award 2012 Earlier in the year, the school nominated its top stu-

    dents for Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) Young Leader Award. Each student had to write a short essay and the shortlisted students were then invited to GIC where they had to carry out a group presentation based on the essay submitted.

    After the stringent selection process, 3 students were presented with the GIC Young Leader Award: Keisha Ong from 5.10 and Moira Low and Lim Shu En Anne from 5.12.

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    Press

  • On 21 July, four teams of Year 5s represented our school to com-

    pete in the International Trade Challenge. They were given two

    days to develop a market entry strategy. They outshined at least 70

    others to enter the finals. All four teams impressed the judges with

    their well-rehearsed presentations and spontaneous answers, but

    team ACSellence (Brennan Foo and Joel Chow), as well as team

    SkinnyDip (Daryl Ng and Elias Wee), stood out and were selected to

    represent Singapore in the Asia Pacific finals held in Hong Kong.

    Both teams sailed past the preliminary rounds to present at

    the grand finals. Team ACSellence impressed the judges to launch

    Ananda Resorts. Team SkinnyDip used a humorous skit and in-

    depth technical diagrams to analyze their affordable solar cooker.

    By God's grace, team ACSellence came in first place, marking the

    first-ever victory for Singapore.

    The teams would like to thank Madam Angela Ong for her tireless

    guidance, the senior administration for their support, chaperones

    JA personnel Madam Marissa Lim and Madam Ng Hau Yee for their

    care, the parents for their encouragement and last but not least

    God, who makes all victories possible for the school.

    Madam Angela Ong

    Page 2 ACSPRESS

    From the left: Brennan Foo,

    Perry Yap, Joel Sherard Chow,

    Daryl Ng, Denise Chng, Quah

    Xuanlin, Wong Zhengwei, Elias

    Wee

    From the left: Elias Wee, Daryl

    Ng, Brennan Foo, Joel Sherard

    Chow

    SPECIAL REPORT

    FedEx Express Junior Achievement International

    Trade Challenge 2012 Asia Pacific Finals

    The Australian Mathematics Competition was introduced in 1978 and has since become the largest single event on the Australian Education Calendar, allowing students to attempt the same tasks, on the same day in about 40 countries throughout the Pacific and South East Asia and beyond.

    Each year a limited number of medals are awarded to students. The number allocated is equivalent to at least a standard achieved by 1 in 10,000 Australian students. These are awarded to students who are outstanding within their region (Australian State or Territory or other country), within their year group and internationally.

    Generally no more than three such students can be deemed to be outstanding within a region and year group.

    Therefore, the Mathematics Department is very pleased that Gao Yuan of Class 3.11 has done exceptionally well to receive the 2012 Medal Award bestowed by the Australian Mathematics Foundation (AMF) Department which administers the Australian Mathematics Competition.

    Gao Yuan receiving the Medal Award

    In addition, 6 Students scoring exceptionally well have won the Prize Award (top 0.33%), 30 students have scored exceedingly well to be receive High Distinction (top 2%); and 35 have done very well to achieve Distinction Award (top 5%).

    Australian Mathematics Competition 2012 Prize Winners

    We are indeed heartened to see many enthusiastic students taking part in the 2012 Australi-an Mathematics Competition and winning top prizes.

    Page 9 Volume 1, Issue 1

    Australian Mathematics Competition 2012

    6 Students scoring exceptionally well have won

    the Prize Award (top

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    scored exceedingly well to

    be receive High Distinction

    (top 2%); and 35 have done

    very well to achieve

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  • After spending immense effort in projects, our team, consisting of Luke Chng, Toh Wei Soong and James Ahn, represented ACS (Independent) in a series of national competitions through 2012.

    In the Young Innovators Fair in September 2012, we were one of the six teams, out of 80 IvP teams from various Secondary schools, selected to showcase projects through a stage presentation to 18 schools and Ms Sim Ann, the Senior Parliamentary secretary for Education and Law. In October, we were shortlisted once again to compete in the final stage of the SAFE pro-gramme organized by MHA.

    In InnoFest 2012, we were awarded Silver by Mr S Iswaran, Minister in Prime Ministers office and Second Minister of Home Affairs and Trade and Industry. Finally, we will participate in the prestigious Tan Kah Kee Young In-ventors Award 2013. Our project involves modifying the Singapore Street Lighting System to make it more energy efficient and safer. By implementing LDR dark sensors with the use of invertors, we can turn on a cluster of street-lights only after it turns dark.

    These accomplishments were the culmination of sheer hard work and perseverance, together with the support and guidance from our teachers, mentors, parents and ultimately, God.

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    Young Innovators Fair

    Young Innovators' Fair 2012

    organized by GE branch: Poster

    Exhibition

    21 September 2012

    Back: James Ahn, Luke Chng

    Front: Toh Wei Soong, GOH Ms

    Sim Ann, the Senior Parliamen-

    tary Secretary for Ministry of

    Education and Ministry of Law

    Receiving Silver Award from GOH Mr S. Iswaran, Minister in Prime Ministers office and

    Second Minister of Home Affairs and Trade and Industry.

    James Ahn, Toh Wei Soong, Luke Chng (2012 Year 2): On stage, presenting LDSensor

    project at Republic Poly

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