Mr Jack Rudin, Head of Secondary
In April, students in Years 7 and 8 sat the UKMT Junior Maths Challenge. The challenge is a 60-minute online assessment which focuses on Mathematical problem-solving skills. The questions cover a range of topics and, as this is a global competition, our students were competing against students around the world.
The following students achieved these outstanding results.
Bui Nguyen Anh Thu (Anna) 7V
Ta Huu Minh Khoa (Teppi) 7B
Truong Vinh Phuc (Eric) 7B
Chau Le Minh Tien 8B
Dang Le Thien Nhan 8V
Dao Ngoc Anh Thu (Suri) 8V
Ho Huynh Gia Phuc (Tony) 8S
Huynh Truong Luc (Luke) 8B
Le Kha Di 8B
Le Hoang Mai Khanh 8S
Ngo Cam Phung 8B
Ngo Hoang Long 8V
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Y (Suri) 8V
Nguyen Ngoc Bao Tran (Minnie) 8B
Nguyen Minh Vinh Chau (Bella) 8S
Nguyen Xuan Huy (Brian) 8B
Nguyen Yen Khanh (Alice) 8B
Phan Thi Ngoc Hien 8V
Tran Nguyen Duc Tri 8V
Tran Phuong Quang 8S
Tran Anh Kiet (AK) 7I – (Best in Year 07)
Dao Minh Tri (Nicky) 8I
Le Nguyen Minh Tri (James) 8B
Mai Bao Nhi (Kayla) 8B
Nguyen Ba Bao Tran 8V
Nguyen Dang Dung 8I
Nguyen Hai Dang 8I
Tong Phan Minh Ngoc (Mina) 8B
Do Dieu Ky Duyen (Chip) 8I
Le Nguyen Gia Ngoc 8I – (Best in School)
Le Nguyen Khang (Ben) 8V
Luong Gia Linh 8B
Yamamura Kensuke 8B
A huge congratulations to all successful students especially those achieving Gold Awards!
Thank you as well to Mr. Cooper for all the hard work that he has put into organising the UKMT Junior Maths Challenge and Maths Challenges throughout the year.
We are very lucky to have links with so many schools around the world. FOBISIA (Federation of British International Schools in Asia) is one of the international organisations that we are part of and BVIS students can be seen in this video singing a song that was written for our schools.
Please take the time to watch this as it is really heartwarming and may help to support you during what are difficult times.
Recently, all of our Key Stage 3 students wrote and performed poems in their English lessons. All poems were written to focus on the theme of ‘Lost Worlds’. The English Department were delighted by the quality of the poems written and the passion that students put into their performances.
Three poems from each year group (Years 7/8/9) were chosen to be entered into the annual FOBISIA Creative Writing Competition. It was a very difficult job to narrow our selection down to just three students from each year group, given the quality of many of the entries.
There were over 100 entries for the competition from over 22 different schools and it is with great pride that I am able to announce that one of our students was selected as the Year 7 Winner of the competition.
Many congratulations go to Tran Minh Anh for writing the wonderful poem ‘As We Grew…”
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House Points Update
This week saw our students pass the 50,000 house points mark for the first time at BVIS. This represents a huge effort on the part of students across the whole Secondary school, who collectively, have demonstrated the many key terms of our aide memoire throughout the academic year.
A special mention has to go to 7I students, who are leading the way with over 5,000 house points. A truly outstanding achievement!
With 2 weeks of learning remaining until the end of term, everyone is eagerly awaiting the final results. Keep going everyone, there are still more house points to be earned.
Safeguarding and Child Protection
The health, safety and wellbeing of our students remains the number one priority at BVIS HCMC.
Should you have a concern for the welfare of any child in our school, please refer to our Safeguarding poster below: