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Myanmar fact-finding mission - RBIS leading the way.

We were pleased to welcome a delegation from NPSA (association of private school operators in Myanmar) last week,  who were keen to visit RBIS to learn from us about child-centred approaches to education.
The delegation was led by Prof. Oakkar whose association is looking at how education in Myanmar can be modernised to move from a traditional teacher-led approach to the kind of student centred methodologies we employ so well at RBIS.

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  Academic Open Day 2017

 

 

 

Nursery Activities

Students in Nursery have been having fun learning and doing different indoor and outdoor activities.

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Table Tennis Tournament

For the last two weeks students from Primary and Secondary competed in the annual RBIS table tennis tournament.

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RBIS secondary news issue 3

Dear Parents, Guardians and Students, Week 6 has come to an end and we have ended with the exciting letter for the ski trip next February. Mr Jones has also sent an email with videos of the high quality experience students will receive if they attend the ski trip..

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Sixth Form and its importance

After finishing their IGCSE’s, students have a choice to either continue with sixth form (GCE Advanced level) or leave school for university, take a gap year or step inside the working environment. In my opinion, it is a colossal gap between A levels and IGCSE’s.

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 “Chinese Bridge” Proficiency Competition

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.

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Year 2 Activities this week

Students in Year 2 have been working well and will be doing their first Big Write next week which is very exciting. 

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Year 6 Activities this week

Year 6 have been studying Aztecs throughout this term. In Art, we have looked at Aztec designs and drawings. We created our own stencils using card, markers and cutters. We then painted the deisgns onto a variety of different fabrics using acrylic paint and our stencils.

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Ginger Bread Men 

Year 1 have been learning about Fairy Tales in English. We have shared lots of stories and even had a go at writing our own. One of our favourite tales was 'The Gingerbread Man'.

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Community Service Day Five

The last day of our residential had arrived. We checked out of Pet Resort and made our way to the school. After our breakfast we set about our final task. It was challenging as we were all tired now but we set up our reading corner, put in bookshelves around the library and set about putting up our posters.

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Community Service Day Four

Day 4 was another busy day as we painted the door and windows of the library. It was a little bit tricky as we had to avoid the blue paint dripping onto our freshly painted walls. It took some time to compete this job

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Community Service Day Three

Today was an eventful day but also very tiring. We spent all day painting and managed to paint the inside and outside of the library. We all took part. Some of it using rollers while so!e were using paint brushes. 
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Community Service Day Two

Today the first part of our project was completed- the library now had a new roof. We were able to help with taking off the old roof and then watched as the new one was assembped .

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I recall as a young boy I would be fascinated by many things. I remember being fascinated by how a wrist watch worked, before the times when watches had batteries, and my way to investigate this was to take my recently received Christmas present apart to find out. I was amazed at the intricacy of the mechanism I discovered and I probed deeper to try to increase my understanding.

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Community Service Day One

It has been a very successful day, the children really enjoyed having fun with us. They were excited to see us and quickly joined in with the activities. We started off with introducing ourselves and then assigning them into groups so it would make it easier to involve all of us.

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We will use this blog as another way to keep our parents informed. 

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School Office Hours: Monday – Friday 7.30am – 5.00pm, Saturday 9.00am – 12.00am

 

 

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."