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 Premium Education

    We provide a rigorous but nurturing environment in which our students will become active and capable citizens of tomorrow.

    British International School Hanoi| School

  • We develop individual talents and strengths

    Learning to learn and developing study skills to make our students lifelong learners is a key focus as BIS Hanoi

    british international school hanoi

  • BIS Hanoi is staffed with dedicated, skilled and committed teachers and support staff.

    Our teams are strong and innovative, constantly re-visiting ways of bringing the curriculum to life.

    British Internatinal School Hanoi Our Staff 2018

  • Student Life

    Our students will leave school prepared to enter a very competitive world where they will need all their academic ability, strength of character and personal skills to be happy and successful.

    british international school hanoi

  • News & Events

    Stay in touch with our exciting school activities and events

    british international school hanoi

  • Join Our School

    We look forward to seeing you at the British International School Hanoi and welcoming you and your family to our special community.

    british international school hanoi

  • Get in touch

    We are happy to assist you with your questions and requests.

    British International School Hanoi Get in Touch 2018

Tears of Joy for Players and Supporters of BIS Hanoi

23 March 2018

There is a strong sense of school pride developing at BIS Hanoi. This is seen in lots of areas of school life. It is not uncommon for the children to shed tears during the heat of competition.

  • BIS Hanoi Secondary
  • BIS Hanoi Secondary
  • BIS Hanoi Secondary
  • BIS Hanoi Secondary
  • U13 FOBISIA games 3
  • BIS Hanoi Secondary

Dear Parents

Last weekend, I enjoyed watching our football teams play in the Hanoi Athletic Finals held at the Concordia school. The Junior Varsity Boys team defeated St Pauls in the semi finals only to lose to a much bigger team from UNIS in the final.

The Junior Varsity Girls team defeated BVIS in the semi final. They then lost in the final against a very skillful team from St Paul’s.  We are delighted that we gained 2nd place in both events, as it indicates the consistent progress we are making in male and female sport.

This was highlighted by another event that took place, this week. We celebrated the achievements of the Under 13 FOBISIA squad by hosting a BBQ for parents, teachers and athletes. There were awards for the star players, as voted for by coaches and athletes. Parents also presented gifts to the successful coaches, whose commitment to developing the teams has been exemplary. Finally, we were able to enjoy speeches delivered by the captains and vice captains. They spoke with enthusiasm about their passion for sporting competition and expressed gratitude towards their teammates and their coaches.

There is a strong sense of school pride developing at BIS Hanoi. This is seen in lots of areas of school life. It is not uncommon for the children to shed tears during the heat of competition. These moments illustrate how much the children care about their performance, their team and the school. Whilst we never want to see the children upset, it is humbling to witness the depth of feeling they share with their teammates from BIS Hanoi.

It would be great for the children, if more parents could join the children to experience with them the highs and lows of sporting occasions. School sport generates great drama and it is one of the staples of a British international education. There is an opportunity, this Saturday, to support BIS Hanoi, as the Varsity Boys Football team compete in the finals of the Hanoi Athletic Conference. The action kicks off at St Paul’s School from 9:30 am. I hope to see some of you there!

Tim Webb, Head of Secondary