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Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA)

BVIS is currently applying to become a member of FOBISIA. The first visit to the school by FOBISIA will take place in September 2016.

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FOBISIA is a prestigious federation of 50 of the best British international schools in the region. All member schools are closely scrutinised on application and have to meet an extensive range of quality standards in order to be accepted into the group and to retain membership.

The membership enables our students to take part in a variety of cross-school international competitions, fixtures, and events, such as for example the FOBISIA Games and the FOBISIA Performing Arts Festival. Other FOBISIA events for students include collaboration over community service projects, a Model United Nations conference, a Primary Maths competition and a Drama Festival.

FOBISIA also organises conferences where teachers from across the region can meet to share good practice, swap ideas and receive professional training. There is also a FOBISIA teacher professional development executive committee. The committee arranges for university lecturers from the UK to train teachers from around the region helping to ensure we keep our teachers up to date with the latest educational thinking and providing opportunities for them to study for further qualifications.