Known throughout the world, the plays of William Shakespeare have been performed in countless hamlets, villages, towns and cities for more than 400 years. This week it was the turn of Year 4 to perform their very own version of Macbeth in our own Theatre. They truly brought the story to life and shared their learning enthusiastically, projecting their voices and entertaining their audience. Well done to Mr. Wild’s class for the assembly this morning.
All Star of the Week certificates have been awarded this week for integrity and many children are showing that they are making the right choices, being honest and true to themselves. Ms. Tong and I have been pleased with the donation of shoe boxes which are still being brought into school. The boxes will be donated to our school charities and will be delivered after the Tet holidays so please don’t stop with your efforts! We welcome donations of rice and clothes too. A big thank you for the generous donations made this week.
As we strive to become even better global citizens, we are all looking forward to learning about different countries and their cultures next week. All parents are very welcome to come into school on Friday 29th January.
Here is a quick reminder that our exciting ECA programme starts next week, here at the BIS. New clubs include a beginners class for Vietnamese; a beginners class for Korean and, for the first time an ECA for parents: English for Beginners class. I hope you have all the details for your child or children. Please contact the Primary Office if you need any more information.
Ms Sue Hill, Head of Primary
Congratulation to our fine diners this week:
- Quynh Chi 3B
- Minh Uyen 3B
- Lania 6B
- Allen 4B
- Julia 6I
- Grace 6B