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Ms Sue Hill Weekly Update 20th March

23 March 2015

Ms Beth’s class did a wonderful job of introducing our new BISCAT pillar, Being Equal, this morning in assembly. The idea of treating everyone as an equal, despite their colour, whether they are male or female or their nationality is something we feel strongly about here at the BIS. We like to find similarities amongst us as well as celebrate differences! Year 3 showed a series of short video clips of different ways we can be unkind to others and how we can all improve our behaviour by  including everyone in our group. Well done, Year 3! You all presented your ideas through song and dance and spoke clearly and confidently. These skills will be very important in the MP2 Speech Competition in April.

This term we have many community service projects happening at TX. You can read more about this week’s trips to our community partners and visitors to our campus on the community section of BIS HUB.

It was lovely to see many of you here at TX for the parent and teacher meetings yesterday evening. If you didn’t manage to see your child’s class teacher and/or specialist teachers then please contact the relevant members of staff to arrange an appointment.

Mr Robbie is currently in Bangkok with children from TX and An Phu Primary for the Fobisia Performing Arts Carnival. We look forward to hearing about more about their achievements when they return to school on Tuesday.

Ms Sue Hill, Head Teacher at Tu Xuong Primary