Week 10 Newsletter

3rd November 2017

Welcome back from the two weeks break, we hope to have some level of normalcy going forward. As a school, our calendar of events has greatly been affected by the happenings. As they say; A good school teaches resilience- ability to bounce back”. BKIS is ready to move on with the rest of the programmes. Five more weeks to the end of the term and a lot is to be accomplished! Because of this, some slight adjustments have been made to our after school activities (YRs 3-9) as shown below:

 

 

MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

FRIDAY

WEEK 10

 

 

 

 

3RD NOV 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

 

WEEK 11

 

 

6TH NOV 2017

Tea time    Concert

      (Rehearsals)

 

 

8TH NOV 2017

TEATIME CONCERT

 

WEEK 12

 

 

13TH NOV 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

 

 

17TH NOV 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

       

WEEK 13

 

 

20TH  NOV 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

 

 

24TH NOV  2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

       

WEEK 14

27TH NOV 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

       

 

CANTATA REHEARSALS

 

1ST DEC 2017

BKIS ICT / COMPUTING DAY

WEEK 15

 

 

4TH DEC 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

       

6TH DEC 2017

CANTATA REHEARSALS

       

 

 

The EYFS and KS1 students are also working on their production which is to be staged on the 1st of December.

Parent Teacher Consultations;

As was communicated earlier this week, we shall have our Parent Teacher Consultations next week on 9th and 10th of November between 3:30 and 5:30 pm.  Teachers will be available to meet with parents to discuss their children’s progress. A schedule will be sent out especially for the Primary and EYFS parents to know their time slots for meeting the class teachers.

Secondary school parents will meet the subject teachers in the Science and Art rooms.

  

Tea Time Concert

Our termly tea time concert is still on next week Wednesday 8th November despite the few number of lessons covered by our dedicated and talented Music students. The programme will be sent out on Monday. It will run from 3pm.

Scouts

The BKIS scouts movement is getting stronger and bigger each day! We have close to 25 students who have shown interest and are actively involved in the movement’s activities. A big thank you to those who have managed to get the full scouts uniform. They look lovely in them!

 

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 The Braeburn Scouts mega camp at Kembu will be taking place next year in January .Our boys and girls from year 3 are looking forward to this great adventure.

Reader of the Week.

Joseph Brodsky once said, “There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them.” This week, Benjamin has been voted as the reader of the week; congratulations are in order

The Independent Association of Prep Schools
Independent Schools Inspectorate
Council of British International Schools (Compliance Member)