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Secondary Weekly Update (07/12-11/12)

GIÁNG SINH VUI VẺ!

In Geography

In Key Stage 3 (Year 7,8 and 9) Geography each class have enjoyed a Christmas Geography Quiz. Students have been put into their houses for a house competition and have been tested on their geographical knowledge, including country knowledge, capital cities, landmarks and food! Overall results will be announced soon!

In Year 10 in Geography students have been learning about the favelas (slums) of Rio and deciding how best to improve them. The students have come up with some fantastic initiatives!

In English

Miss Jubilee’s Y10 class created their own ‘product’ using some of the vocabulary they have learnt in the Second Language English unit: Shopping and Consumer society. They made presentations and presented their products to the class.

Events this week:

  • Year 11 Parents evening on Tuesday 8 December:  We are happy to see many parents showing up at this event. We hope you have been well updated with your child’s progress
  • The workshop on “The Importance of PE at BVIS” on Thursday 10 December led by Mr. Adam Chapman - our school Head of PE. Through this workshop, we can answer the question why PE is important not only in BVIS but also in our life.
  • We also launched the Parent Satisfaction Survey and already have had many many responses. Please make your response that will earn your child Cut-The-Line Pass and also 5 really important House points

Last Week of Term

We ended the term with our annual Christmas Market. Once again a myriad of stalls selling food, local products and games to play were set up by our students, under the guidance of their house leaders.

On our last day of term, we celebrated the many achievements of our students in our end of term celebration assembly. Once again, it was so wonderful to be able to acknowledge the success of so many of our community and proved to be a lovely way of ending our term.

Please note that next Tuesday, the last day of term, we will finish after an early lunch time. Buses will leave school at 12:30pm and all students must be away from the school site by 1:00pm. It is also a non-uniform day and they can give 50k ỏ they can bring a bar of soap for children’s charity or children on the street.

Thank you to all our parents that have supported us this term, and we wish all of our families a lovely holiday. Good luck to all of our 13 students who will be spending the holiday revising for their A Level exams in January.

Merry Christmas and a very happy new year to all in the BVIS community. Term 2 starts on Monday January 6th.

I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

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