Lighthouse Reflection 3

Unfortunately due to the outbreak of Covid-19, we have been unable to see the service partners face to face since my last reflection. That being said, we still worked to plan sessions given that it was possible the restrictions could have been lifted. We also worked on the portfolio for our service and communicated to the service partners via email, providing them with an update and asking for feedback on our activities. We were planning to do an activity with the junior school in order to further develop our skills when working with younger children however, due to the transition to online learning this was no longer possible. As chair, I made sure that everyone had a task and we divided the group so that we worked collaboratively (LO5) on each of the tasks. Perhaps an ethical decision was weighing the safety of the students with their mental well being. For them, coming to visit our school is a break in their daily cycle and they get very excited to be in such a new environment. That being said, their safety is of utmost importance so it was more important that we minimised contact with others to protect them. (LO7)

Football Reflection 3

Last weekend, we competed in SEASAC in KL at the Alice Smith School and ended up winning first place. It was the first time that a team sport had won a girls SEASAC at east so it was extremely exciting. We had quite a tough group, to begin with including Dover, KLASS and GIS who we played on the first day. We drew the first game but after a team discussion, we recognised the areas where we had to improve (LO1) and we were able to improve for the next two games, winning both and finishing first in our pool. The following day we began with the quarter-final which we won comfortably and then the semi-final which we also won by 5-0. On Sunday, we got ready for our finals to be played against BPS and after another team discussion, we were able to identify areas that we wanted to maintain. After going down 1-0 and then 2-1 by half time we had managed to draw to 2-2 and then in the second half, we finished with a score of 4-2. In terms of self-evaluation, I spoke to my coaches and wanted to be able to help the team as much as possible by being a team player and I think this goal paid off in the end. (LO2)

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