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Email to all parents: 25th Sep, 2020

Restarting Sports ASA on 19 October, 2020

 

Primary Parent Update - 25 September

 

Secondary School Weekly Information Letter - Friday 25 September, 2020

 

Principal's Update - 25 September

Dear Parents,

I am writing to further update you on developments at school as we work toward re-establishing our usual programme of events.

I am pleased to let you know that we have had no cases of infection. We have had students with fevers but they have stayed at home. A couple have had COVID tests but all were negative and the majority have not needed the test. As such the timetable for all our students has operated without interruption. We hope that this continues and continued vigilance is required as we progress through the term. As I mentioned in a previous update, children can have a raised temperature for many reasons and if your child is not well please err on the side of caution and keep them at home so that we do not have a situation where a child is involved in the virus control measures that are in place when all they have is a cold. If this situation occurs please inform us straight away and we can treat the matter as a normal absence due to illness and not report via the virus control system.

Over the course of the last couple of weeks I have been asked about the return of staff from overseas. The situation now is that border controls and visa requirements are easing and as a result virtually all staff will be back after the forth coming short break. Returning staff will be in large part from the 12th to the 26th of October. There are one or two exceptions to this which relate to limited flight availability and very specific visa requirements but we will be virtually fully staffed from after the short break. This will again allow us to take a step forward on the road to establishing normality and expanding the opportunities to our students and families. We of course take the safety of all the school community very seriously and we will continue with the tight controls around entering the campus. These controls are regularly reviewed with the local education authorities and we will keep you informed of any developments.

Now we have full confidence in the return of our staff during the period detailed above we are able to be more specific about the mitigation programme that the school will be offering following the campus closure of last year. You may recall that this started over the summer holiday with our EYFS students having the option for a three week extension of school. Also the Steam activity weeks also extended the summer term by two weeks for many older primary students. Both of these had to take place on line but were very popular and heavily subscribed.

I think it is important that the additional time offered reflects the philosophy and ethos of the school. As such it will offer a balanced programme of teaching and learning which of course will incorporate a focus on academic work but also provide opportunities to engage with the broader curriculum. This is important as one of the things that parents have spoken to me about is that while the online learning focussed on the academic work, their children missed the wide and varied programme of activities that the school and they value highly.  

Following the Golden Week break, our year 11 and 13 students will commence their additional tuition and this will take the form of an extended school day and the introduction of Saturday school. These year groups will be quickly followed by the year 10 and 12’s and then years 7,8 and 9. Our primary school will follow a similar pattern with an extended school day on the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and again the introduction of Saturday school. This range of times will, we hope, allow the maximum participation possible and also allow us to provide a balanced programme of activities for our students. The primary programme will commence week of the 2nd of November with the first Saturday school being on the 7th November. The slightly later starting date in the primary age ranges reflect the timetable for returning staff mentioned above.

Our PE department are again following a similar pattern with the introduction of after-school-activities and again Saturday school. The thinking behind this is the same. To allow as fuller programme as we can at differing times to allow maximum participation across the curriculum. The detailed curriculum will be sent by email from the three respective areas of the school. Mr Adam Worsley, our Director of Sport, Mr Rob Khan, Head of Secondary and Ms Nonie Adams, Head of Primary will be sending out an email giving the detailed programme, timings and sign up procedures relevant to your child. Please look out for these and follow the guidance provided to ensure that your child benefits from this programme. If you have any questions relating to this programme please contact the above people who will be happy to help you make the most of the opportunities available and what will be in the best interests of your child.

We are currently reviewing our holiday dates and information relating to this will be published next week with a revised calendar to reflect any changes and additional part or whole school days.

Our very youngest children in EYFS will have a slightly different programme and this will follow the same pattern as with the summer school recently offered. For these children the school term will be extended by two weeks to the 24th December and they will enjoy their usual teaching and learning programme. This will mean that they have had an additional 5 weeks of teaching and learning. For all the above programme there will be no charge for all those parents who have paid their fees and are up to date with their account. Of course the programme will be reviewed as it goes along and we will welcome feedback on its operation.

We continue to run our online parent meetings and I would encourage you to take advantage of these the links are listed below for your convenience.

Upcoming Parent Online Meetings

Whole School Parent Meeting Friday 25th September 4-5pm

Primary School Parent Meeting Wed 30th September 9-10am

  • Hosted by Ms. Nonie Adams

I will be writing again before the spring break, please do look out for the detailed emails relating to the mitigation programme and I hope that you will join us for on of our regular on line parent meetings.

Best regards

Richard Thornhill

Principal


Email to all parents: 22nd Sep, 2020

Parent Online Meetings 24 -30 September

Dear Parents,

Thank you to all the parents who joined our Parent Online Meeting last week. 

Please see the upcoming schedule below. Besides joining via Microsoft Teams, we have added the option for you to call in as well.

Secondary School Parent Meeting Thursday 24nd September 4-5pm

Whole School Parent Meeting Friday 25th September 4-5pm

Primary School Parent Meeting Wed 30th September 9-10am

  • Hosted by Ms. Nonie Adams

 

How to join Microsoft Teams Meeting.

1. Click "Join Microsoft Teams Meeting" link above.

2. If you're using a computer, you can just click "Continue with this browser. No download or installation required"

3. If you're using a mobile phone, click "Get Teams" on the screen to download the app first and you need to sign in with your child's school email account.

Conference Call

1. Parents in China please call China Tel +86 400 842 7887

2.Parents overseas please click here to see the Microsoft Teams local Conference Dial-In Numbers in your country

Questions:

If you encounter any technical problems, please contact Mr. Yuan Cheng, BSB ICT Manager, Phone: +86 (0)10 8047 3588 ext 2500, Email: yuan.cheng@britishschool.org.cn

 

The school’s leadership teams look forward to hearing your comments.

Best regards

Richard Thornhill

Principal


 

Email to Primary parents: 18th Sep, 2020

Primary Parent Update - Friday 18 September

 

Email to all parents: 14th Sep, 2020

Principal's Update - 14th September, 2020

Dear Parents,

I hope this message finds you and your families well.

The reopening of the school is going well and I would like to thank all parents for their help and support around the dropping off and collection of students at the beginning and end of the day. A particular well done to our Year 1 students who dealt with these arrangements extremely well.  Also all the health declarations and temperature record forms arrived with the students so we were able to admit all students who were able to return. I am pleased to say these protocols are working well and we have had no case of a raised temperature or child falling ill. You may recall my message when we returned after our first closure last academic year. As winter approaches and the cold and flu season will be with us I would ask parents not to send their child to school if they have a raised temperature caused by whatever malady. A simple cough or cold can cause a raised temperature in a child and I would not want this to be mistaken for a virus case and all that this would entail. I think extra vigilance is the order of the day. If this does occur, please let us know on the day.

The online learning commenced as planned on the 17th of August and we are now in the transition phase of online learning for those students who are still overseas and on campus teaching and learning for our returned students. Staff and children are arriving back in a steady stream and we hope that during the couple of weeks after the Golden week national holiday, all students and all staff will be back and in school. This is all subject of course to border controls remaining as they are. We are somewhat in the hands of others as far as this is concerned. However if the situation remains largely as it is, this should be achievable. The virus situation in China appears to be fairly stable however risks in other parts of the world are fluctuating so we hope that we are not impacted by border control changes caused by the broader global situation.

The school calendar has remained unchanged up to now. As the students return and we assess their learning we will be republishing this to reflect the additional tuition time that will become part of the coming academic year. We are working on this at the moment and expect to publish a revised calendar and mitigation plan directly upon the return from the National Golden Week holiday which is remaining unchanged. At the last parent WebEx meeting last Friday, we had a particularly fruitful discussion around what the nature of this additional time should look like with varying views put forward. This was particularly helpful as we are taking these views into account as we design the provision to be offered over the coming year.

On this note I would encourage parents to join the meetings which run each week. I will be hosting a meeting every Friday at 4pm and the leadership teams of both the primary and secondary schools will be holding their own meetings so that more focussed and relevant discussions can be had. Please join the meeting which is most relevant to you.

Parent Online Meeting Schedule

We apologise that due to technical difficulties, last Friday’s Whole School Parent Meeting has to be cancelled. Parent Online meetings will be held using Microsoft Teams this week.

Please see the schedule and the new meeting links for this week below:

Whole School Parent Meeting Tuesday 15 September 2-3pm (replacing the one cancelled last Friday)

 

Primary School Parent Meeting Wed 16th September 9-10am

 

Secondary School Parent Meeting Thursday 17th September 4-5pm

 

Whole School Parent Meeting Friday 18th September 4-5pm

  • Hosted by Mr Richard Thornhill
  • Click here Join Microsoft Teams Meeting
  • This will be held every Friday except during holidays on 2nd and 9th October.

 

How to join Microsoft Teams Meeting.

1. Click the "Join Microsoft Teams Meeting" link above.

2a) If you're using a computer, you can just click "Continue with this broswer. No download or installation required"

2b) If you're using a mobile phone, click "Get Teams" on the screen to download the app first and you need to sign in with your child's school email account. 

3. If you encounter any technical problems, please contact Mr. Yuan Cheng, BSB ICT Manager, Phone: +86 (0)10 8047 3588 ext 2500, Email: yuan.cheng@britishschool.org.cn

 

I will be writing again soon and hope you all have a great week!

Best regards

Richard Thornhill

Principal


Email to Primary parents: 11th Sep, 2020

Primary Parent Update - Friday 11th September

 

Email to all parents: 9th Sep, 2020

Principal’s Update and Parent Online Meetings 10 -18 September

Dear Parents,

We are pleased to welcome back our second group of students in Years 2, 3, 4, 10 and 12 this week after our campus successfully re-opened on 31st August,2020.

Please note that the Staff Training Day on 13th November has been cancelled and it will be a normal school day.

Thank you to all the parents who joined our Parent Webex Meeting last Friday.  Since parents and visitors are still restricted from entering the school building by the Education authorities, we will continue to host these online meetings weekly which proved to be an effective way of communication.

Please select the one which is most relevant to you and the school’s leadership teams look forward to hearing your comments.

 

Parent Webex Online Meeting Schedule

Secondary School Parent Meeting Thursday 10th September 4-5pm

 

Whole School Parent Meeting Friday 11th September 4-5pm

 

Primary School Parent Meeting Wed 16th September 9-10am

 

Secondary School Parent Meeting Thursday 17th September 4-5pm

 

Whole School Parent Meeting Friday 18th September 4-5pm

 

Tips:

1. First Time User of Cisco Webex Meetings. When you join a meeting for the first time, you're prompted to download the installer file to install the desktop app on your computer. If you can't download the installer, you can still join the meeting using the web app instead.

2. You don’t need to make a reservation for this meeting, meeting ID and password are not required.

3. When joining the meeting, system will ask for display name and email address. Please type your name and one email address.

4. If you encounter any technical problems, please contact Mr. Yuan Cheng, BSB ICT Manager, Phone: +86 (0)10 8047 3588 ext 2500, Email: yuan.cheng@britishschool.org.cn

We look forward to hearing your questions, views and comments!

Best regards

Richard Thornhill

Principal


Email to Primary parents: 4 September, 2020

Primary Parent Update – Friday 4 September
Years 2, 3, 4, GK1, GK2, GK3 Return to Campus Information

 

Email to all parents: 31st August, 2020

Principal’s Update – 31st August, 2020

Email to Primary parents: 28th August

Primary Parent Update - Friday 28 August
Years 1, 5, 6 Return to Campus Information

 

Email to Secondary parents: 28th August

School Reopening - Secondary Students Guidelines
Year 7, 8, 9 Return to Campus Documents

 

Email to Secondary parents: 24th August

Year 10 and 12 Return to School Documents

 

Email to Primary parents: 21st August

Primary Parent Update - Friday 21 August

 

Email to EYFS, Year 1 & 2 parents: 17th August

Principal’s Letter to EYFS, Year 1 & 2 Parents

 

Email to Secondary parents: 14th August

Secondary Parents' Update - 14 August, 2020
Temperature Check Updated Forms
Secondary Parents - How to set up Teams Accounts

 

Emal to Primary parents: 14th August

Primary Parent Update - Friday 14 August
Quick Guides of School Online Learning Platforms

 

Email to new parents: 13th August, 2020

An Update about BSB School Uniform Shop Service

 

Email ot parents: 13th August, 2020

Principal’s Update - Return to Campus Dates

Dear Parents,

I hope this message finds you and your families well.

I am writing further to my previous updates to keep everyone informed of the beginning of term arrangements. This email will be followed by further emails from both the primary and secondary leadership teams containing further important details. Please check for these messages over the coming days.

The single most important factor in opening our school campus for face to face teaching is the timetable set by the Beijing education authorities. As you will know from my previous update our teaching and learning programme will start on-line on the 17th of August. We have now received the dates, after which, we can receive students back on campus. It is no surprise that these dates follow a similar pattern to previous reopening’s with the education authorities putting into place a phased return starting from the end of August and running into September. Bearing in mind the disruption to the last academic year, we are keen to get students back on campus as quickly as possible but balancing this desire, to do so in an orderly fashion and with proper induction and also with high regard for the safety of our whole school community. We also have to be mindful of the many virus control protocols that will need to be in place and follow these fully, as I say to, ensure our students are best protected as possible. For our Pre-Nursery (Teddies) students, we hope to have them back on campus after Golden Week.

I would just like to take this opportunity to reassure parents of students still overseas that the virtual schooling on-line will continue in line with our face to face teaching for as long as it takes for these students to return to China and re-join the school.

I have listed below the on-campus start dates for each year group and phase. These accord with the dates given to us by the education authorities.  I have also included the date from when the temperature tracking for students needs to commence:

BSB Shunyi Primary Return to Campus Dates
14 days prior for Temperature Check Date Year group returning
Monday August 17 Monday August 31 Year 1
Tuesday August 18 Tuesday September 1 Year 5 and 6
 
Monday August 24 Monday September 7 Year 4
Tuesday August 25 Tuesday September 8 Year 3
Wednesday August 26 Wednesday September 9 Year 2
 
Monday August 31 Monday September 14 Reception - returners
Tuesday September 1 Tuesday September 15 Reception – new students
Wednesday September 2 Wednesday September 16 Nursery - returners
Thursday September 3 Thursday September 17 Nursery – new students
BSB Shunyi Secondary Return to Campus Dates
14 days prior for Temperature Check Date Year group returning
Monday August 17 Monday August 31 Year 11 and 13
Monday August 24 Monday September 7 Year 10 and 12
Monday August 31 Monday September 14 Year 7, 8 ,9

The plan above, as I say follows the guidance we have received and also allows for a managed and well-structured return to on campus teaching. We are anticipating that the strict rules around entry onto the school site will be continued so I am afraid that visitors and parents and extended family members will not be allowed onto the campus for a while yet. When we receive the full and detailed requirements we will let you know straight away. As the remaining staff and students return to China, parents will see some changes to classes, forms and timetables. This is unavoidable in the first few weeks of term but this will settle fairly quickly and the published classes will be established once all families and staff have been able to return.

The school day will operate as usual with the normal start times and the school day will finish at 3:30pm. However we will not be allowed to extend this to include ASA’s initially but we hope to be able to be allowed to run a full programme of activities soon. We will be discussing this with the education authorities over the next week or so and hope to be able to review this after the Golden week holiday.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming our students back over the next few weeks. It will be a joy to have a full school again. Please do look out for the detailed messages from both the Primary and Secondary schools which will be with you at the end of this week.

I look forward to our school returning to normal practices very shortly.

Best regards

Richard Thornhill

Principal


Email to Primary parents: 7th August

Primary Parents' Update - 7 August, 2020

 

Email ot parents: 5th August, 2020

Principal's Update - 5th August, 2020

Dear Parents,

I hope this message finds you and your families well.

I am writing to keep everyone informed as to developments thus far and most importantly arrangements for the beginning of the new academic year which is approaching fast.

Over the summer, both the EYFS and Years 1 – 3 STEAM summer schools ran as planned. These had to be virtual due to the unexpected closure of the school toward the end of last term. However both ran successfully and were very well supported. Our students enjoyed the many and varied activities and I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all, staff, parents and students for engaging so enthusiastically in both programmes.

We have been busy over the summer working on the arrangements for the new academic year. Our school year is scheduled to start on the 17th of August and there is no change to this. Both the primary and secondary schools will be contacting you with the detail of this so please look out for emails from Nonie Adams and Rob Khan in the coming few days. We are still awaiting confirmation from the Beijing education authorities as to when normal face to face teaching, on campus, can commence so the commencement of the term, on the 17th of August will be on line and this will transition into face to face teaching as the education authorities give clearance for students to return. Some schools have elected to delay their start to the new academic year but we feel that we do not wish to lose this valuable time at the beginning of the year and we want to get all our students reengaged with school and commencing their studies as soon as possible.

This approach benefits all and also takes account of those students who are still overseas and can access their teaching and learning until such time that they are able to return to Beijing and return to school. This arrangement will continue for as long as is necessary so every student irrespective of where they are in the world, Beijing or elsewhere will be able to start their studies and continue with them from the 17th of August. As I say, the detail of this will be provided by both the secondary and primary school so please do check your emails to ensure your child is ready to start.

The school has been very busy working with the Foreign Affairs Committee in Beijing to arrange the return of our teaching staff to China. We are pleased to say that, with the help and support of the British Embassy, we have made significant progress in this regard. The authorities have been issuing letters of invitation to our staff who are now able to secure visas for their return. This is being done in a phased manner and the first group who have completed this process are now back in China and serving their quarantine period. The second group have all received their letters of invitation and will be following on in the next few days. This is indeed very good news and the school will return to full staffing as this process continues. Unlike some other schools, Nord Anglia Education has invested heavily in keeping our staff intact so that we reopen for the new academic year with largely the same staff as when we closed. This continuity will be of great benefit to our students as they will, in the most part, return to known and familiar faces.

As with every new academic year, we will be welcoming new staff to our school and their induction programme has already started and will be completed prior to the 17th of August so they will be fully up to speed and familiar with the schools systems and processes and be well prepared for the commencement of teaching and learning. We of course hope that we get the go ahead for face to face teaching as soon as possible and with teachers now in or in the process of returning to China, we are ready to open the moment we get authorisation to do so. As the days pass and news on this becomes available, we will let you know straight away. It is worth repeating that for those students who are still unable to return, the virtual teaching will be available to them for as long as is necessary. We will endeavour to match time zones but there maybe times when lessons will be recorded to fit individual students needs due to their whereabouts.

The key information for the start of the academic year will be sent you by the leadership teams of both schools. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to resolve any issue that may arise.

I will be writing again soon and look forward to the start of the new academic year and let us hope it is a more settled one for all our school community. The past months have been difficult for all concerned so a period of calm and routine will be most welcome.

Best regards

Richard Thornhill

Principal


Email to all parents:  6th July , 2020 

Principal's Update - 6th July, 2020

 

Email to all parents:  24th June, 2020 

Urgent Contract Tracing for 22 High Risk Locations – pls reply by 24 June 3pm

 

Email to all parents:  21st June, 2020 

Urgent Contract Tracing for 13 High Risk Locations – pls reply by 21 June 3pm

 

Email to all parents: 17th June, 2020 

Campus Closure Update – 17th June, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 16th June, 2020 

Urgent: School Campus Closure starting Wed 17 June, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 16th June, 2020 

Campus Reopening Update – 16th June, 2020
 

Email to parents:  15th June, 2020

Urgent Contact Tracing related to 6 Markets – please action today
 

Email to Primary parents:  15th June, 2020

Primary Parents' Update – Monday 15 June, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 11th June, 2020 

Campus Reopening Update – 11 June, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents:  8th June, 2020

Primary Parents' Update – Monday 8 June, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 3rd June, 2020 

Campus Reopening Update - 3 June, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 1st June, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update – Monday 1st June, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 27th May, 2020 

Campus Reopening Update - 27 May, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 25th May, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday May 25, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 19th May, 2020 

Campus Reopening Update - 19 May, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 18th May, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday 18 May, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 14th May, 2020 

Campus Reopening Update – 14th May, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 11th May, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday 11 May, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 11th May, 2020

Parent Update 11th May - Welcome Back Year 10!

 

Email to all parents: 6th May, 2020

Campus Reopening Update – 6 May, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 4th May, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update – Monday 4 May, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 28th April, 2020

Campus Successfully Reopened for Year 13!

 

Email to Primary parents: 27th April, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday 27 April, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 22nd April, 2020

Campus Reopening Update - 22 April, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 20th April, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday 20 April, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 16th April, 2020

Campus Closure Update - 16 April, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 13th April, 2020

Campus Closure Update 13 April, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 13th April, 2020

Online Learning Primary Update - Monday April 13

 

Email to all parents: 8th April, 2020

Parent Forums Schedule 9-17 April

 

Email to Primary parents: 6th April, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday 6 April, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 24th March, 2020

Campus Closure Update 24 March and Parent Meetings this week

 

Email to Year 11 parents: 24th March, 2020

Important I/GCSE Exam Update

 

Email to Year 13 parents: 23rrd March, 2020

Important IBO Exam Update
Parents Meeting Year 13 FAQ - 23 March

 

Email to Primary parents: 23rrd March, 2020

Online Learning Primary Update - Monday 23 March, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 18th March, 2020

Campus Closure Update – 18 March, 2020
 

Email to Primary parents: 16th March, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update – 16th March, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 13th March, 2020

Campus Closure Update and Parent Online Forum Schedule 17-25 March

 

Email to Primary parents: 9th March, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update – 9 March, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 6th March, 2020

Campus Closure Update – 6 March, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 5th March, 2020

Statement to Parents on Ancillary Services

 

Email to EYFS parents: 3rd March, 2020

EYFS Summer School Registration - reply by 24th March, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 2nd March, 2020

Parent Forum Schedule 4-12 March, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 2nd March, 2020

School Campus Closure Update - 2 March, 2020

 

Email to Secondary parents: 2nd March, 2020

Year 11 and 13 FAQ –27 February, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 2nd March, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - 2 March, 2020
Primary Parent Forum Q & A - 26 February, 2020

 

Email to Secondary parents: 27th February, 2020

Secondary Parents Online Forum Q and A (Year 7-10, 12) - 25 February

 

Email to EYFS parents: 26th February, 2020

Principal's Update: EYFS Summer School

 

Email to all parents: 25th February, 2020

28 February 9am Online Meeting for parents in North & South Americas

 

Email to all parents: 24th February, 2020

25-28 February Parent Online Meeting Schedule

 

Email to Primary parents: 24th  February, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update - Monday 24 February

 

Email to all parents: 21st February, 2020

Campus Closure Update & Parent Meeting Q & A – 21 February, 2020

 

Email to all parents: 18th February, 2020

Parent Online Meeting Invitation 20 February 5pm

 

Email to all parents: 17th February, 2020

School Closure Update – 17 February, 2020

 

Email to Primary parents: 17th February, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update

 

Email to Secondary parents: 16th February, 2020

Secondary Online Learning Update - Week 3

 

Email to all parents: 12th February, 2020

School Closure Update – 12 February, 2020

 

Email to Primary  parents: 11th February, 2020

Collecting School iPads - Year 3

 

Email to Secondary parents: 10th February, 2020

Secondary Online Learning Update

 

Email to Primary parents: 10th February, 2020

Primary Online Learning Update
Year 4 - 6 Computing Update

 

Email to all parents: 6th February, 2020

Coronavirus Outbreak -FAQ for China International and Bilingual Parents

 

Email to Secondary parents: 5th February, 2020

Secondary Update - Wednesday 5th Feb

 

Email to all parents: 4th February, 2020

BSB SY Student Health Survey pls complete by 4 Feb

 

Email to Primary parents: 3rd February, 2020

Primary eLearning Information
Collecting School iPad Year 4-6
Primary Seesaw Guidance

 

Email to Secondary parents: 1st & 2nd February, 2020

Secondary Students Resource for E-Learning and Moodle Student Guide

 

Email to parents: 29th January, 2020 at 5pm

Further Update to Parents 29 January 2020

 

Email to parents: 27th January, 2020 at 2:50pm

Revised School Opening after Chinese New Year holiday

 

Email to all parents: 26th January, 2020 at 1:50pm

School Opening after Chinese New Year holiday – 3rd February (delayed)

 

Email to parents: 24th January, 2020 at 8:45pm

BSB Shunyi Family Travel Information Survey Please Reply By 26 January 2pm

 

Email to parents: 22nd January, 2020 at 5:40pm

Nord Anglia Schools response to the current Corona Virus Outbreak