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Primary Update – Ms. Rosy Clark – 06/04/2018

06 April 2018

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This week in the Primary School

Productions and Exit Points

Every Early Years or Primary child here at the British Vietnamese International School has an annual opportunity to participate in at least one performance and this week was the turn of the Early Years children. We welcomed a large audience of family members to the theatre on Tuesday afternoon to be entertained by the story of the “Three Little Pigs”.


The sets were colourful and costumes were eye-catching, the songs were fun and the children did their very best with their singing and speaking parts. They all remembered where to move to and stand for their special section of the performance.

What a treat it was to see them, and I hope their families felt as proud as their teachers and teaching assistants did. As you can imagine, it takes a lot of dedication and hard work to put together a performance involving 2 – 5 year olds so many congratulations to our Early Years department.

Many parents also attended the Year 6 Lien Ket exit point for their “Location” topic on Thursday.


We look forward to welcoming even more family members to various exit points throughout next week and the Year 4 production of “Pirates of the Curry Bean” on Friday 13th April.

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Rosy Clark

Primary Headteacher