Parents across the three campuses reached our maximum capacity of 18. We will soon arrange another one for those who would like to explore new ideas again and of course those who couldn't avail it this time. Enjoy the pictures to get a glimpse of what was created.
Christmas BISzaar 2019
PTG members at BIS Secondary request all parents to come forward to volunteer for the biggest event of the year. It's always exciting to plan and execute when more people come together especially for an event of this scale. Look out for more information shortly.
The latest cooking workshop was a big hit and we are very excited to offer the next one scheduled for November 28th.
More details will be shared in our November blog.
Teachers Day - November 21st
To thank our teachers and all the staff at school, PTG has once again organised a lunch. This is an opportunity for you to show your gratitude towards the teachers who strive year after year to bring out the best in our children. Parents are requested to sign up on the link which will be shared soon, to bring if possible their most popular or favourite home-cooked meals for them to enjoy and feel the love.
Full details to follow soon.
Novelicious - Book Club
The kick-off meeting took place at The Curve this week.
Planning and structuring the book club as well as a decision on the very first book to be read was made.
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The club members will meet on every second Tuesday of the month.
First Book: '10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World' by Elif Shafak
International Day 2019
This year once again International Day was celebrated at the Secondary campus for the students. I would say, this time there was added excitement, as the Indian Community was very proud to put up a great show before the students showcasing the pride and spirit they carry in their hearts towards their motherland.
The auditorium was full of cheer and applaud. It was fun to spot all sorts of expressions on the faces of our very own children, some coy, some amused, some proud and few may even be embarrassed to find their own mum up on the stage! It certainly gave them a flavour of the Indian culture.
The rooms were all adorned representing different cultures. There were food booths with all kinds of traditional meals. You could witness different types of art or indulge in some activities.
The theme for the International Day was STEAM and it was very interesting to see how people come up with creative ideas around this theme.
The children, parents and the staff members dressed in their national costumes was a treat to watch.
The BIS students from different parts of the world also participated in some performances inside the auditorium which reminds us again of how international the school community is.
We are heading to the much-needed break after the busy beginning of this first semester at school.
PTG wishes you all a very happy fall break.