What a wonderful week it has been yet again here at BVIS. We launched our ‘love BVIS’ campaign that has attracted much attention. Photos have been posted on our facebook and the school has been a buzz of activity with posters, balloons and ponchos and many more activities in support of this initiative. Please see the link below for the event. A big thank you to all those who have participated so far.
We Love BVIS album on Facebook
On Monday and Tuesday we played host to sixty three senior Nord Anglia Education leaders from across the South East Asia region. They spent two days in our excellent school sharing good practice and discussing new and exciting ideas for the benefit of our children and their education. Primary and Secondary students performed in front of this prestigious audience and were a real credit to our school. Yet again our school has been highly commended for the education, the facilities, the students and the vision we have for all our young people.
I am also delighted to announce that Rosy Clark our Head of Primary has been awarded the ‘Outstanding Leader of the Year Award’ for the whole of the South East Asia region. This is just reward for the amazing work she has done in establishing a truly unique and inspirational bilingual educational for the Primary School children here at BVIS. I know you will join me in congratulating Rosy for this exceptional achievement.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we had great fun at the EYFS and KS1 sports mornings and I was delighted to see so many parents there cheering on their children. There were many new and exciting activities for the children to take part in and it was very evident that the children, staff and parents had a great deal of fun.
Finally, as we race to the end of term I would like to take this opportunity remind you of the final activities and events of the calendar year. I have attached the programme below and I know you will help us by supporting this programme wherever possible. You will see right up to the last day of term how busy the school continues to be.
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