Somersfield’s Year In Review 2017 – 2018

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  • M3 to M5 students posing with the girls they helped on their community service trip to Peru.

    M3 to M5 students posing with the girls they helped on their community service trip to Peru.

  • History lesson: Middle Years Programmestudents at Fort Cunningham on Paget Island

    History lesson: Middle Years Programmestudents at Fort Cunningham on Paget Island

  • Super selfie: a group with Qian Dickinson from Bermemes at a drone workshop

    Super selfie: a group with Qian Dickinson from Bermemes at a drone workshop

  • Musical youth: students play steel drums during Somersfield’s Day of Gratitude in May

    Musical youth: students play steel drums during Somersfield’s Day of Gratitude in May

  • Teeing off: a student-teacher team at the school’s annual golf tournament

    Teeing off: a student-teacher team at the school’s annual golf tournament

  • Studying science: students get to grips with test tubes during a chemistry class

    Studying science: students get to grips with test tubes during a chemistry class


During the summer holidays, Young Observer will feature highlights of the past academic year. This week we salute Somersfield Academy.

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Published Aug 16, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Aug 16, 2018 at 3:20 am)

Somersfield’s Year In Review 2017 – 2018

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