BISW wrapped up the school year with a 'Virtual Careers Week' for students in Years 10-12. Over ninety students participated in ten different career presentations from over twenty-five options. It was an incredible and invaluable opportunity for BISW students to learn about careers from a multitude of job sectors.
Year 11 students have been revising their Transactional Writing for their English Language IGCSE. Miss Yates set them a project to create a ‘Living through Lockdown’ leaflet designed to help parents and teenagers cope with being in close proximity… all the time! Here are the top pieces of advice they wanted to share about living with a teenager in lockdown.
For World Children’s Day on 20 November, students around the world came together to raise their voice on the importance of children’s rights. Find out why Nord Anglia Education schools are empowering students to become global citizens.
Deciding what is the right age for your child to begin using technology can vary for every child and family. Craig Brown, Head of Learning Technologies at the British International School, Budapest, gives some advice on what parents should consider before giving their child a tablet.