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Year 7 Parent Feedback Request

13 November 2015

At BIS, we always value parental feedback and viewpoints as a means to improve the work we do in ensuring that student wellbeing is at the forefront of our thinking.

Ensuring a smooth transition for Year 6 students from Tu Xuong, An Phu Primary and Primary Schools in Vietnam and around the world to the An Phu Secondary campus is an on-going process throughout Years 6 & 7.

As Head of Lower Secondary at BIS, I would be grateful for any feedback comments you might have on this process as we look to constantly find ways of making the transition as smooth as possible for the students.

If you have any suggestions for improvement, no matter how small, from a parental perspective or aspects that you feel worked particularly well this year, I would be very interested to hear your viewpoint. Please let me know in person if you see me or email me.

As always, your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Ben Durrant / Head of Lower Secondary