Desford Colliery Band Make Some Noise at BIS
Last Friday saw the Desford Colliery Band perform some great concerts across the campuses culminating in a fantastic afternoon concert to parents, also featuring our BIS Community and KS3 Choirs.
We are very fortunate to have such a large ensemble of musicians travelling to visit us and we very much appreciate the effort. Thank you Desford Colliery Band, see you next time you visit us at BIS!
NAE South East Asia STEAM Festival 2019
This year the Nord Anglia Education South East Asia STEAM Festival was held at Regents International School in Pattaya and for 6 of our students it was an amazing journey of collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.
Our students were the perfect ambassadors for the British International School Ho Chi Minh City in the way that they accepted the challenge, pushed themselves and encouraged their peers. They embodied the Aide Memoire - Global citizens, learning together.
Luke Dyer, STEAM Co-ordinator, provides some insight into Nord Anglia Education STEAM Festival 2019.
Season 1 SISAC City Championships continue
It has been a big week for the BIS Volleyball teams as the U19 team made BIS history!
Find out more from Mr Phil Husband, Head of PE about the SISAC City Championships.
Year 11 IGCSE Geography Residential to Mui Ne
The Geography Department firmly believe that learning outside of the classroom plays a fundamental role in students building a deeper understanding and a stronger connection with the world around them, whilst allowing them to recognise the challenges that may impact their lives and communities in the future.
Our recent IGCSE residential to Mui Ne proved this, find out more from Mr Stuart Elliot, Geography Teacher.
FOBISIA U15 Athletics - Phuket
A fantastic effort from our U15 FOBISIA Squad today in the pool and on the field, with numerous medals, personal bests and even some new school records. Congratulations boys and good luck for the basketball and football over the weekend.
To follow their efforts across the weekend, check out the updates from BISHCMC_PE on our Social Wall.
SEOMUN 2019 Arrived and Ready
Our Model United Nations delegation has also arrived in Seoul for SEOMUN 2019. The conference begins today- 400+ delegates spread over multiple committees. This year’s focus is ‘The Future We Want’.
We already know the passion and power in the voices of some of our delegates and we look forward to hearing about some of the world changing and influential conversations that they are involved in over the weekend.
Weekly Wellbeing - Personal Wellbeing Plans
A plumber named Mario, a world of levels, secret routes, obstacles in the shapes of boulders, spikes and firebars and a friendship group of Yoshi, Daisy and Toad ...not your usual Wellbeing lesson! But through the use of a Super Mario Bros analogy for life, our Year 10 and Year 12 students were introduced to their own Personal Wellbeing Plans.
Delivering a Global Education for Tomorrow
When we ask our parents about the skills they most want their children to develop ready for tomorrow it is the ability to think critically, have a global mindset, communicate well and to be adaptable and resilient through change. These are all part of the fabric of a Nord Anglia education.
Find out more from Nord Anglia Education CEO, Andrew Fitzmaurice about how, as an NAE school, BIS is providing a global education for our students.