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30 October, 2020

Secondary Weekly Update (26/10-30/10)

Secondary Weekly Update (26/10-30/10) We would like to share with you some fantastic activities this week: Picture1

Dear Parents,

We would like to share with you some fantastic activities this week:

KS3 Champions - Term 1A 2020-2021

‘A huge congratulations to our new KS3 Champions, who received the most house points in their year group last half term.  We celebrated today with some milk tea and cake!

These students set an excellent example to the rest of the school and have made a fantastic start to this academic year!  

To all students, remember that we are all starting this half term with 0 house points, so it’s all to play for!  It could be you next time!  Work hard, treat each other kindly and get involved in extra-curricular activities around the school to earn house points!  Good luck!’


Woman’s day

We have been celebrating Women’s Day by asking our students and teachers to share some thoughts about the women they are inspired by.  We have had some lovely posts!  Please click the link here to learn more:


In Business and Economics

This week the Business and Economics Subject Ambassador Team have been working on their first projects. All ambassadors and mentors are going to be buddied up with another student to do a trial run of peer mentoring to help them prepare for exams, PHAM Hoang Anh is leading a team of students in preparing iGCSE Business exam skills workshops and DANG Nha Truc and NGUYEN Lam Nhat Linh are working with a team to create an AS Economics revision website. We’re really proud of our hard-working student leaders!


In Maths

It seems like next week is competition week at BVIS for the Mathematics department.

On Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd November there are 8 selected students taking part in the FOBISIA Maths competition.  In the past few years BVIS student have had the opportunity to visit schools in China and Malaysia to take part in this event.  This year is online due to COVID and travel restrictions the competition has went online.  competition give students the opportunity to test their problem solving skills against some of the brightest students in the region.  The selected students from year 8 will be exposed to a various styles of challenges on this day and have already been working hard on their project in preparation for the event.   Good Luck to LE Tuan Huy, DANG Quang Lam, TRAN Quang Nguye, NGUYEN Ba Huy, PHAM Dinh Thien, PHAM Hoang Le An, DUONG My Linh and NOH SeungHyeon!

On Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th of November a large proportion of KS5 students will be participating in the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge. This is one of the most prestigious and popular mathematics competitions and an excellent opportunity for our students to develop their problem solving skills.  Our students have been very successful in this challenge previous years, a particular success is KIM YeonOo who earned a Gold Certificate and best in school and DaYoon Jung who earned a Silver Certificate as well as best in year in the 2019 Competition.  For the first time ever, UKMT have made this competition available online and I am excited to see how well our students perform. 

In Music

Yr 9 Students spending their break time rehearsing their Cover Song Project. Students began this week and are working hard!

Have a lovely weekend!