POD Chocolate Business talk

POD Chocolate Business talk

By Maria, Class 12 On 27 October 2020, Class 12 Business received a talk from Pak Toby, the founder of POD Chocolate Bali. As we are currently facing a global pandemic which has affected businesses throughout the world but especially those in Bali, it was very...

Dyatmika’s Got Talent – Holiday Special

On Friday night the Music Department presented a special “Holiday Special” version of Dyatmika’s annual talent show, Dyatmika’s Got Talent. Our ESC president was our host for the evening and Pak Philis and Ibu Sarah were the judges as our students and staff...

CAS Extracurricular Award

The CAS Award has a new look! This year the award will be given each Term to encourage more students to commit to a range of extracurricular activities.  Despite the limitations of HBL, many students attended activities in Term 2, achieving both bronze and silver...

Assessment Kompetensi Minimum (AKM)

By Pak Ketut The Indonesian government through the Ministry of Education and Culture has made various innovation in the educational system, including the National Examination which has been changed to the National Assessment known as the Minimum Competency Assessment...

Halloween Festivities

Current circumstances have prevented the student council from hosting its annual Halloween festivities, Halloween usually being the Student Council’s first big event within the school.  This year, the sitting Student Council has decided to host its second bake...

Dyatmika’s Got Talent Holiday Special

By Pak Conor Our High School talent show is back! This December we will be celebrating our talented students again with an emphasis on the approaching festive period, whilst celebrating the hard work of our students. Full details including how to sign up can be found...

Save Our Planet! (It Is Not Too Late)

By: Radha 6x Last week, Dyatmika students enjoyed a range of activities to raise awareness of Climate Change Week. Guest speakers spoke in Google Meets; a competition and treasure hunt were held.  Climate change is defined as the change in the normal condition of...

What is Class 8 up to in English?

Written by: Mika and Azalea 8XTranslated by: Rebecca 8Y In the spirit of Halloween, Dyatmika’s Class 8 students have been practising how to make our story settings and descriptions more vivid and terrifying by learning about the Gothic Genre and its main features. We...

Nothing is impossible – Class 8 enterprise talk

On 28 October, Class 8 had a special business talk given by Mr Nick Blackbeard. At the beginning of the talk, he opened by giving a summary of starting his rafting business. He explained how interesting and hard it was to begin this business. He repeatedly mentioned...

University and Careers Corner: Using the Bridge U Strategy Advisor

On their Bridge U account, all Class 9-12 students have access to a really useful feature called the Strategy Advisor. I think of this tool like an online CV where students can start to keep a record of all the amazing things they are doing in and out of the...

Online Bake Sale

As a way to end the first term on a good note, the Student Council decided to hold Dyatmika’s very first online bake sale, where the school community is welcome to enjoy the delicious treats exclusively made by students and alumni. Despite facing challenging...

Class 8Y English Blackout Poem

Last term, Class 8 studied poetry. We looked into various different poems and poets. These included John Hegley’s Poem de Terre, Carol Ann Duffy’s Valentine Jessie Pope’s Who’s for The Game, W. H. Auden’s Funeral Blues and Grace Nichol’s Praise Song for My Mother. We...

Depression Awareness

By Radha, 6X On Wednesday, 14 October 2020, Dyatmika’s World Mental Health Day Committee held a Wellness Day. In the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, a wellness day is very important. Life has become full of uncertainties for everyone. The topic of mental health is...

Alumni Sharing Session 2020

In the current situation, unfortunately, we could not hold Dyatmika’s Annual Alumni Gathering this year. However,we made the Alumni Sharing Session happen. The positive side of having the session online was that Alumni from all over the world could attend. On...

Reading Matters

We’d like to use this opportunity to remind you of the impact of reading on your child’s progress and wellbeing. A regular reading habit is the most effective way to improve your child’s progress across all of their subjects. You can support your child’s reading by...

New York Times 2019 Asia-Pacific Writing Competition

We were delighted to receive this email from the New York Times: Greetings from The New York Times. This is to let you know that 13 of your students took part in our 2019 Asia-Pacific Writing Competition: • Savita Wibawa• Stefan Loghin• Santi Ardika• Alisha Teguh•...
Updates from ESC

Updates from ESC

First Spirit Week of 2020-2021 Spirit Week is every Student Council’s first event of the year, their first chance to prove themselves to be adept in the uniting of the Dyatmika community. Although the circumstances that this year’s student council have met with have...

Living Things Presentation

By: Yuta and Keira In the past two weeks, class 6 students have been given a task to make a presentation about living things. Each student may choose an animal or plant. We were given two weeks to prepare our presentation. One week for planning and the next week for...

Self-care during Quarantine

By Ibu Clara and Ibu Hana During the “Free Screen Day” in Citizenship, Class 6 made a poster about Self-care during Quarantine.Our teachers checked the  attendance and explained a few instructions. Then, we started doing the assignment given. If we did not understand,...

FUNtastic Flipgrid

By: Radha 6X In English, we have been using a useful website called Flipgrid – a video-sharing tool that has many beneficial functions, especially for HBL. It encourages communication and discussion on different topics, creativity and it has become a unique...
ESC Update – Heritage Week and our StuCoTeam of 2020-2021

ESC Update – Heritage Week and our StuCoTeam of 2020-2021

On the week starting on the 10th of August, we had our first school event : ‘Heritage Week’. Throughout the week, students were given the opportunity to engage with activities revolving around Indonesia’s History as well as some random trivia facts by links sent to...
High School Literacy Focus- August

High School Literacy Focus- August

This month, the Bahasa Indonesia Department introduces our book, word and SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) focus of the month. Book of the month: Hujan is one of the novels written by Tere Liye, it is able to immerse its readers in the story. The novel...
Reading Matters

Reading Matters

We’d like to use this opportunity to remind you of the impact of reading on your child’s progress and wellbeing. A regular reading habit is the most effective way to improve your child’s progress across all of their subjects. Research* shows that reading for at least...
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