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This week in the Primary School – Ms. Rosy Clark 08/04/2016

08 April 2016

It may have been the final week of term, but learning at BVIS has been as active and as exciting as ever:

Lien Ket Exit Points

Term 2’s Lien Ket topics have been coming to an end with some great “exit points”.

Many Year 3 parents came into school on Tuesday morning for their children to share some of their learning with them in the form of pictures, models, activities and presentations.

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Year 6 parents were also invited into school on Thursday. The children had prepared presentations about a variety of locations in the school’s foyer for parents to enjoy.

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Mr Oliver took part in our very first Primary enterprise challenge which was Year 5’s “exit point” on Tuesday.

Year 5 Exit Point: Mini-Enterprise Competition

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Trips

Learning is regularly enhanced at BVIS through trips and visitors. This week Year 2 visited the Reunification Palace as part of their “Time Travellers” topic and F3 visited “Dinosaur Land” in Dam Sen Park to bring their “Dinosaurs” topic to an exciting close.

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“Wind in the Willows”

As you know, all our Early Years and Primary children have at least 1 performance opportunity every academic year at BVIS. Term 2 ended with the fabulous Year 4 production of “Wind in the Willows”. This classic children’s story was brought to life by Year 4 with wonderful singing and drama skills.

Congratulations to all the Year 4 children and a big thank you to all staff for their hard work behind the scenes.

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