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11 March 2016
‘Project Penguin’ update
This week, excitement has built throughout the British Vietnamese International School due to “Project Penguin”.
Primary children have had lots of fun during their playtimes exploring our Antarctica themed foyer with videos about Antarctica to watch on the screen, play dough models to make and “icy” huts to hide in!
Year 4 classes have been busy learning “Penguin Stew”, our special BVIS song written by Mr Fergus for Project Penguin. A bus load of the Year 4 children dressed in penguin costumes travelled to the airport on Thursday afternoon accompanied by almost 100 motorbikes, driven by teachers, TAs, admin staff and other members of the BVIS community all dressed in penguin outfits. “Penguin Stew” was performed at international departures to give Ms Lan a great send-off.
In Primary assembly on Friday morning, we found out how far Ms Lan has already travelled on her momentous journey to Antarctica where she will learn more about global warming and the effects of climate change during her expedition led by Sir Robert Swan.
Our BVIS Project Penguin shop is still open for business in the Primary school office.
Our final Primary coffee morning for the 2015-16 academic year took place this week. The topic was ‘Real-life Maths’ and I was very impressed with the enthusiasm of the parents who attended. Thank you to Ms Khuyen who organised such an interesting event.
The next coffee morning for Early Years is on Friday 18th March at 08:30 and the topic will be ‘Early Maths.’