Last Message from the Head-teacher
Well – we made it! Another incredible and joyous year has come to a close. As I write this, my final blog entry, I am filled with a sense of pride over what we have achieved over this year. The year started off at a sprint; a year of challenges met, huge mountains climbed and summits conquered. Words cannot express how fortunate I have counted myself these last two years to serve as the head-teacher at the BSB Infant School and to be a part of this triumph.
The end of June is always a heartfelt time. As ever, it is the nature of international schools that we will be saying goodbye to a number of staff and students, and this is always a very sad moment for us. I would like to take this opportunity to wish those students and families leaving us this year all the best in their new schools and homes, and I want to extend my sincere thanks and best wishes to staff members who will be leaving BSB for different assignments.
I am grateful for having had the chance to work with such an incredible group of people. Thank you for all your support that you have given to me in my time here and thank you for the memories I’ll be taking with me. Please have a safe and enjoyable summer holiday wherever you may be!
With my warmest wishes,
‘The Zoo’ was the theme of this year’s concert with all the Reception classes performing a range of fabulous dance moves to their valuable audience, their mummies and daddies.
The months of hard work all paid off as the parents looked on their children with absolute pride as they sang and danced their hearts out for all to see. The memorable performance was truly outstanding!
Well done to all our wonderful performers; special thanks must go to the class teachers and teaching assistants for all their hard work!
Farewell, Year 2 children!
On Tuesday 25th June, we said a final farewell to our Year 2 students as they embark on their new adventure of Year 3. The children ended their time in BSB Infants in style with a special graduation assembly; this is a very special event for us as we celebrate the children’s completion of Key Stage 1 and look forward to their continuing their learning adventure in the Junior School.
To mark the occasion, the children had prepared some songs which they performed spectacularly well for their delighted families, friends and teachers. The children were then presented with certificates by their class teachers to acknowledge their graduation.