“Chinese Bridge” Proficiency Competition - RBIS

“Chinese Bridge” Proficiency Competition

 “Chinese Bridge” Proficiency Competition,the world 's largest influential Chinese event which Allison has attended in Beijing is now broadcasting from Sep 26 to Oct 8 on CCTV4 consistently.(every day 21:00)

This event took place in Beijing for nearly one month, more than 60 countries joined the event and 108 excellent people entered the final. Allison is the youngest ever in “Chinese Bridge” history and her wonderful performance became the focus of the audience.

There will be a fantastic TV show on Sep 28, (tomorrow 21:00) Allison represent Thailand beat all world teams successfully and Thai team will finally win bronze award on Oct 1st.

After team competition, Allison will join individual race on Oct 3rd.

On that day, Allison won 1st place and she was wearing RBIS uniform proudly on the award stage to prompt our school.

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Mr Sam Brougham

Mathematics, Science and Physics

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About me

I graduated from Keele University, UK, with a degree in Biology and Mathematics and then continued on to study towards my PGCE. After graduating I worked at a school in the UK teaching Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This gave me an opportunity to teach a wide range of scientific topics at different levels.

Why you I like to work at RBIS 

Since working at RBIS, I have had the opportunity to develop my Physics and Mathematics teaching to students at iGCSE and A-Level. Students at RBIS are so polite and hardworking and they are a pleasure to teach.


More about Mr Brougham

" As some of you may know, I am a keen sportsman. As a student at school and university I competed for many teams in Fencing, Badminton, Atheltics and Squash. Fencing however, is my primary sport. I have been fortunate enough to compete for the Great Britain U17, U20, Student and Senior teams at international tournaments around the world. Fencing taught me a lot growing up, it taught me how to win graciously, lose with dignity and most of all, how to work hard towards a goal. Whilst at RBIS, I am excited to be able to help students achieve their goals both inside and outside of school."