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Message from our Head of Secondary

It was a delight, albeit a scary one, to accompany the Key Stage 3 students on their recent Snow Sports Trip to Switzerland.

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We are committed to providing the very best opportunities and experiences for our students and the Nord Anglia Expeditions programme offers us a huge wealth of valuable trips. Les Martinets, the chalet we stayed in, was a superb base and we were so well looked after by catering staff, expeditions’ team members and ski instructors, that it was difficult to leave!

I say it was a scary experience because the beginners’ group with which I was paired, seemed not at all at beginners’ level! Within a day we were chasing down steeper slopes and by mid-week the red run got the better of me, but not them!  Our students never fail to impress in such situations. We had expert skiers who were impressive and considerate on the slopes as well as our beginners whose progress was rapid and slick. 


With our Year 10, 12 & Pre-IB students landing safely in Tanzania yesterday, we are reminded of another exceptional and totally unique experience on offer to our students. Please join us on Twitter to follow their progress and see how they are getting on @tbswarsaw

Have a great weekend.

Alison Fox

Head of Secondary