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Faria International School
Term One Report
Prepared:April 6, 2012
Student Name:Chloe EpelbaumClass:Grade 12Tutor:Richard Chandler
Dear Parents, An education at Faria International School is about actively combining challenging and enriching experiences withacademic rigour and creative opportunities. We want our students to have the courage to push back theboundaries of their experience and to explore the possibilities that are available to them. Whilst we are proud oftheir academic results, there is so much more to the education we provide. It is, therefore, important that parentswholeheartedly support the ethos of the school.Whether it is in the classroom, on the stage, whilst participating in an expedition, on the sports field or whenserving others, we want our students to experience the excitement of discovering they are capable of achieving farmore than they ever felt was possible. We have high expectations of our students and they, in turn, have highexpectations of themselves.On this note, I would like to present the first report card of this academic year. Let’s work together to create anenvironment for true development.Kind regards,John Walden
IB Learner Profile
Inquirer:Natural curiosity is being nurtured. The skills necessary to conduct purposeful, constructive research are beingacquired. Learning is actively enjoyed and this love of learning will be sustained throughout life.Thinker:Displays initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to make sound decisions and to solvecomplex problems.Communicator:Receives and expresses ideas and information confidently in more than one language, including the languageof mathematical symbols.Risk-taker: Approaches unfamiliar situations without anxiety and has the confidence and independence of spirit to explorenew roles, ideas and strategies. Courageous and articulate in defending beliefs.KnowledgeSeeker:Has spent time exploring themes which have global relevance and importance. In so doing, has acquired acritical mass of significant knowledge.Principled:Has a sound grasp of the principles of moral reasoning; integrity, honesty and a sense of fairness and justice.Caring:Shows sensitivity towards the needs and feelings of others. Has a sense of personal commitment to actionand service.Open-Minded:Respects the views, values and traditions of other individuals and cultures and is accustomed to seeking andconsidering of a range of points of view.Balanced:Understands the importance of physical and mental balance and personal well-being.Reflective:Gives thoughtful consideration to learning and analyses personal strengths and weaknesses in a constructivemanner.
Chloe EpelbaumFaria International School — Sample Report
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Summary of Achievement
First Academic Term
SubjectFinal GradeEffort Grade
English A1 HL (Grade 12)
Rebecca Arps
64Chloe has been focused on her work over the past year. She participates actively in class discussions communicating herthoughts and ideas clearly and with conviction. Well done!
Chinese HL A2 (Grade 12)
 Adrienne Pei
65Chloe has done a good job developing her writing skills and reading proficiency. Her pronunciation has also improved.
History HL (Grade 12)
Jacob Paulson
74Good analysis. Participates actively in class discussions.
Biology HL (Grade 12)
Michael Bauer
54Well done with the labwork! Careful and methodical.
Mathematics SL (Grade 12)
Richard Chandler
64Excellent grasp of mathematics.
Film SL (Grade 12)
Bass Levin
54Well done! Excellent use of lighting in your short film. Looking forward to seeing your full portfolio.
Theory of Knowledge (Grade 12)
Richard Chandler
55 A contrarian thinker with novel contributions to our class discussions.
 AbsentLateHealthFieldtrip 7119
Richard Chandler
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