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Mr Christopher Short Weekly Update 05.02.2016

It is great to be back in school after my week in the UK. I met a lot of excellent teachers and we have since made a number of appointments, more news on this will be shared soon. I also had the opportunity to visit Dormers Lane High School in West London and meet with their Headteacher, Ms Roisin Walsh. Roisin and I went to college together a few years ago now and we haven’t seen each other since. It was an excellent opportunity to discuss our two schools and the differences and similarities in our roles. I had the opportunity to look around the school. Like us it is a new purpose built school serving the local community. There was a charity bake sale happened on the day I visited and it was great to see the same entrepreneurial and community spirit we see at BIS when we do similar events.

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The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Silver qualifying and Gold practice expedition took place last weekend. Staff and students were all back in school on Wednesday morning after a tough but enjoyable hike through the hills around Dalat. With all the cold weather in Hanoi they also enjoyed being warm for a change! My thanks go to Mr Airdrie and the other staff volunteers for supporting this activity.


Reports are issued today for all year groups except Year 9 who have had theirs already. Year 11 – 13 will also receive their mock results.


May I take this opportunity to wish all family a prosperous Tet. Chuc mung nam moi.

Mr Christopher Short, Head of Secondary

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