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The CCA Scene

The CCA Scene

Now that the CCA Programme is fully up and running for Term 1, I’d like to introduce you to a brand new feature for the weekly school newsletter – The CCA Scene!

 

Every week we will be sharing with you the latest stories and wondrous goings-on of co-curricular life at BISB.

 

This week, allow us to bring you an update from the team working on MUSE – the student magazine.

 

Kevin Swaine

Language Teacher & Co-Curricular Coordinator

 

‘MUSE - by students for students’

I wonder if you have had the chance to take a look at the past printed editions of MUSE, or have visited our website, or have simply just heard about it. The MUSE School Magazine is written by our committed and enthusiastic journalists, from Year 7 to 13. In MUSE, all sparkling ideas are able to be developed into an article. As the editor, I can proudly say that all our journalists, creative directors, and teachers in MUSE endeavour to elaborate our unique perspectives on various topics.

We are now working on our 2019 Autumn edition, which contains a vast array of interesting topics. For spoilers - the MUSE MAP below shows some of our ideas! MUSE is not a club where we all sit down and mechanically produce essays - we actively engage ourselves in discussions and follow all different issues in our school life.

We are always waiting for contributions from all Secondary students. Don’t hesitate to send your work to muse@bisb.hu

Be our muse at MUSE.

 

Kyumin Lee

Editor

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