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Secondary Update – Mr Jack Rudin – 06/04/2018

06 April 2018

Dear Parents,

Last weekend we had two excellent opportunities for our students to develop their debating writing and analysis skills.

World Scholar’s Cup

Last weekend, nine students represented BVIS at the regional round of the World Scholar’s Cup. The students had been preparing for this, alongside other classmates, all term and had to learn reams of challenging material on subjects that ranged from: the science of memory to literature in translation.

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Over the exhilarating two days, students took part in four rounds of competition: debating, collaborative writing, scholar’s bowl and scholar’s challenge.  BVIS students did exceptionally well: they won 39 medals in total, ranged highly in most rounds and Ho Chau Kiet (10V) was one of eight students (chosen out of 700 students) to take part in the Showcase Debate. 

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We are very pleased that all three teams BVIS teams were selected for the Global Round of competition, which takes place in June.

In addition to the BVIS teams, two students - brother and sister, Chau Minh Triet (8v) and Chau Minh Nha (8b) - entered independently, forming a team with a student from another school, and also did fantastically well; winning 3 medals each.

In addition to the BVIS teams, two students - brother and sister, Chau Minh Triet (8v) and Chau Minh Nha (8b) - entered independently, forming a team with a student from another school, and also did fantastically well; winning 3 medals each.

We are incredibly proud of everyone who entered from BVIS and congratulate all who took part.

Saigon Model United Nations (SAIMUN) 2018

Ten BVIS students from year 8 to year 11 attended the SAIMUN 2018 three day conference hosted by International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) at their campus and the Sheraton Hotel in District 1 on the 30th March to the 1st  April.

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Students represented Germany, Peru, South Africa, Venezuela and Vietnam in a number of General Assemblies, The Human Rights Council, The Security Council and the Crisis Committee. 

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The conference was attended by several Ho Chi Minh City international schools and schools from Cambodia.  The students worked together to develop and debate upon resolutions for a number of key topical issues including, Catalan Independence, the situation in Venezuela, cyber security, financial crime in sport and the implementation of a universal minimum wage.

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Students involved get a great deal out of the conference including deeper understanding of the world we live in and the cultural and economic differences between countries, whilst learning many skills such as lobbying, public speaking and diplomacy.

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For four of our students this was their first conference and they are eager to attend the next.

Girls U19 Football vs ABC

The girls had their final friendly match before their city championships next week at SSIS. A strong line up was present with Thia and Chau Anh joining from the U14s. They went 1-0 down early on in the first half but showed superb resilience to come back and lead at half time 3-2, goals from Thia, Khoa and Magda. In the second half BVIS dominated, Thia, Khoa and Magda all scoring another goal each to finish the game 6-2! The highest scoring game of this season and a dominant display. Players of the match Thia and Magda, both scored 2 excellent goals and worked incredibly hard defensively. Bring on the City Champs!

We are very proud of all of our students who are contributing to school life and representing us in such a wide range of sporting and intellectual events.

Have a wonderful weekend with our families.

Jack Rudin

Secondary Headteacher