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Beautiful Arrangement

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  • A really wonderful arrangement of Coldplay's song.


    Best of luck as you prepare to complete your A's!

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  • Dear 10S7F,

    I am cheered to see that from your promo results, you all are making progress. It is a certainty though that there is still room for improvement (as I didn't see any straight As) and I wish you all the very best. Remember that you are the very best, according to the high standards you set for yourself.

    I hope that you all live up to your own expectations of what you want for your life. The greatest victory at this time of reckoning is simple - gain mastery over yourself.

    Don't let yourself down - be the best that you can be. Your life deserves nothing less.

    Mr. Tan @ King's

    GP: Very good examples to use when talking about ethics in biotech

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  • Good Luck for A Levels!!

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  • Good luck for A levels people!

    Here's an inspirational video on positive attitude. 

    3.5 more weeks till the end... Let's stay strong for this final lap!


    Nice cover

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  • Class Montage

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  • Smile :)

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  • Enjoy!

    Ig Nobel Prize 2011

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  • Yo!

    this is supposed to be funny serious i think.
    my personal favourite is the peace prize. in that case the girls in our class would win it for being wonderfully peaceful :)

    The 2011 Ig Nobel winners, awarded Thursday at Harvard University by the Annals of Improbable Research magazine:

    PHYSIOLOGY: Anna Wilkinson, Natalie Sebanz, Isabella Mandl and Ludwig Huber for their study "No Evidence of Contagious Yawning in the Red-Footed Tortoise."

    CHEMISTRY: Makoto Imai, Naoki Urushihata, Hideki Tanemura, Yukinobu Tajima, Hideaki Goto, Koichiro Mizoguchi and Junichi Murakami for their wasabi alarm.

    MEDICINE: Matthew Lewis, Peter Snyder, Robert Feldman, Robert Pietrzak, David Darby, Paul Maruff along with Mirjam Tuk, Debra Trampe and Luk Warlop for studying the effects of holding in urine.

    PSYCHOLOGY: Karl Halvor Teigen for trying to understand why people sigh.

    LITERATURE: John Perry for his theory of procrastination: To be a high achiever, always work on something important, using it as a way to avoid doing something that's even more important.

    BIOLOGY: Daryll Gwynne and David Rentz for discovering that certain kinds of beetles try to mate with certain kinds of Australian beer bottles.

    PHYSICS: Philippe Perrin, Cyril Perrot, Dominique Deviterne, Bruno Ragaru and Herman Kingma for trying to determine why discus throwers become dizzy, and why hammer throwers don't.

    MATHEMATICS: Assorted doomsday predictors throughout history for teaching the world to be careful when making mathematical assumptions and calculations.

    PEACE: Arturas Zuokas for solving the problem of illegally parked cars by crushing them with an armored vehicle.

    PUBLIC SAFETY: John Senders for his experiments in which a driver on a major highway repeatedly has a visor flapped down over his face.

    Cheers :D

    worth watching!

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