Sorry but this form will not work without cookies enabled. Please adjust your browser settings to enable cookies to continue. For more information on how to do this please see our.

  • A dual curriculum

    We are the only international school in the region to offer a dual British-Uzbek curriculum

    Tashkent school building

  • Strong values

    Our students are always seeking ways to improve themselves and the community around them


  • Forward thinking and innovative

    We adopt the latest teaching theories and practices to ensure our students are ready for the future


  • Academic rigour

    We prepare students to be lifelong achievers empowered with the confidence and skills to succeed


  • Keep informed

    Stay up to date with news and events at BST through our school calendar, blogs and articles.

    Whole School_Fun_300x300

  • We would love to hear from you

    If you have any enquiries or would like to visit our school, please fill in the enquiry form.


  • Get in touch

    Find details on how to communicate with the school


Creative Arts Showcase

The purpose of Key Stage 3 Creative Arts Afternoon was to showcase students’ work.

At the beginning of the academic year pupils were given the opportunity to attend Art, Music or Drama for one additional lesson each week. Throughout the Year pupils have been attending specialist lessons and the afternoon performance showcase some of their work.

The first Drama performance of the afternoon was a one act play called “Ernie’s Incredible Illuscinations”. This play is about a young boy who imagines things which come true. This was performed by the Year 8 Creative Arts Drama class. 

There was an Art exhibition set up in the theatre. The exhibition contains pieces of work from the Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 Creative Art classes. During the exhibition there was Musical performances by our Year 7 and Year 8 Creative Arts pupils.

After that, there were more Drama performances from Year 9 interspersed with Music Performances form Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9.

The teachers concerned were Mrs Brown (Drama), Miss Guzal (Art) and Miss Teague (Music).