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The world is your oyster...

This week saw the start of the university application process for Year 12.

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Delivered through the Virtual School Experience via a range of workshops and activities created by teaching staff at TBS Warsaw, who in-keeping with the title of this newsletter entry, shared their pearls of wisdom regarding various elements of the process.

From how to write a top-notch CV from Mrs Fox, a stand-out personal statement from Mr Lennon, through to how to apply for medicine courses from Ms John, I can honestly say that Year 12 engaged fantastically with the day and made real progress in further informing their university choices and starting to create the written elements of their applications. Well done to Year 12 for a fantastic start to their university applications and I look forward to seeing the progress that they make with them in Year 13!

I wish the TBS Warsaw community a fantastic weekend and hope the weather remains sunny!


Best wishes,

Robert Prokic
Head of Year 12
Teacher of Mathematics