Christmas Music Concert in Daan Park

While the winter weather was somewhat “frightful”, the performances of our students and staff were “delightful” during last Saturday’s Annual Christmas Concert at Daan Park. The cold, wet and windy weather was not enough to dampen the enthusiasm of over 120 performers from our school community. The concert featured a range of musical styles, ensembles and Read more about Christmas Music Concert in Daan Park[…]

Year 9 Self-Portraits in Art

Year 9 have been looking at the work of English-born LA Based Street/Pop Artist, Triston Eaton. They have each created a collage Self Portrait that reflects their own personality and their interests. Every student was able to succeed after many hours of work. There were very many fantastic outcomes from all of our students and this Read more about Year 9 Self-Portraits in Art[…]

Great Results From All The TISSA Sports.

TES athletes have just concluded another successful sporting Term. Here are some of the highlights from Season 2 Sports so far… TISSA Softball Y9 Boys Champions TISSA High School Girls Singles Champion Molly Di Reinzo TISSA High School Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball Teams Seeded 1# for TISSA Varsity Tournament in January 2019. Merry Christmas Read more about Great Results From All The TISSA Sports.[…]

Year 7 Create Christmas Snowflakes

The Year 7 Art class spent their last lesson of the term folding paper and intricately cutting snowflake designs. Students worked hard to include as much detail as possible while creating fantastic rotational symmetry. They had such fun, and it was a lovely way to end a very creative first term. Merry Christmas everybody! Ms Read more about Year 7 Create Christmas Snowflakes[…]

El Día de los Muertos for Year 8 and 9

What is the Day of the Dead? During Spanish lessons this week, students have learnt about El Día de los Muertos. This is also known as The Day of the Dead and is  a Mexican tradition celebrated on the 1st and 2nd of November. On this day Mexicans pray for and remember friends and family members who Read more about El Día de los Muertos for Year 8 and 9[…]

Everyone At Their Best – On the Court and Field

One of the “hats” that I wear as a part of the British Secondary and High School Community is that of PE Teacher. This allows me the privilege of regularly seeing our students excel on the sporting field. I’m from a region in England called Yorkshire and natives from this region are particularly well known for Read more about Everyone At Their Best – On the Court and Field[…]

Everyone At Their Best – Performing Arts

The first term has been packed full of events taking place outside of the classroom: guest speakers, trips, sporting fixtures, concerts and performances. All of these activities present opportunities for our students to show themselves at their best, but in my last blog post of 2018, I want to focus particularly on the performing arts. Read more about Everyone At Their Best – Performing Arts[…]

Everyone At Their Best – Student Progress

From a glimpse at the British Secondary and High School Blog, one can see many instances of our students flourishing across many facets of school life. Knowing many of the students and staff featured in many of our blog articles this year, it is easy to notice the wonderful results. However, one thing that many Read more about Everyone At Their Best – Student Progress[…]

Invitations to Oxford for BSHS Computing Students.

Earlier this term, various groups of our Secondary students took part in the annual International Bebras Computing Competition, which involves solving problems using logical deduction and coding. The results are just out and we have three students that have done so well that they have been invited to Oxford University to take part in the Read more about Invitations to Oxford for BSHS Computing Students.[…]

Register for Our Guest Speaker, Human Rights Activist Loung Ung

The date of our evening address by Loung Ung on January 10th, 2019 is fast approaching. Loung Ung is a human rights activist whose memoir First They Killed My Father was recently made into a Netflix film that was produced and directed by Angelina Jolie. Admission is free, however donations to support the TABITHA Cambodia charity are welcome. Specific Details Read more about Register for Our Guest Speaker, Human Rights Activist Loung Ung[…]

UCC “Crunch Time” for H4 Applications

As we head into our final week of school with university application deadlines just around the corner, I want to bring your attention to this great article for parents. The article outlines several reasons why universities may sometimes indicate that an “application is incomplete”. This common initial response from universities can happen for a number Read more about UCC “Crunch Time” for H4 Applications[…]

Ceramics Art Workshop for Parents and Teachers

After the pleasure of experiencing Charlie Yang’s printmaking expertise, we now have the good fortune of having local artist Brenda Hu coming in to visit and teach.  She is a trained ceramicist and will be delivering a 2 hour workshop in which she teaches the making of ceramic flutes.  Many of her exciting and individual works Read more about Ceramics Art Workshop for Parents and Teachers[…]

BSHS Students Compete in “National History Bee and Bowl”

Nine students made their way to Kang Chiao International School in Xindian last Sunday December 9th, to compete in the History Bee and Bowl Competition. Questions covered a range of topics and periods in both the team and individual rounds in what is a ‘beat-the-buzzer’ style competition. Congratulations to Rufus in Year 7, who came Read more about BSHS Students Compete in “National History Bee and Bowl”[…]

Writing Workshops with Award-winning Chinese Author

Mr. Liu Hsu Kung, whose work has been selected for the Illustrators Exhibition of the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, is one of the most popular and talented picture book authors/illustrators in Taiwan. He is due to receive another book award at The Frankfurt Book Fair later in the year. His book, The Only Pupil in the Read more about Writing Workshops with Award-winning Chinese Author[…]

BSHS Students Excel At Southern Taiwan Model United Nations

Last weekend our KS3 and H2 Model United Nations (MUN) members took part in the Southern Taiwan Model United Nations Conference (STMUN) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Sponsored by I-Shou International School and Kaohsiung American School, the annual conference took place at ISS, attracting MUN competition from around the region. This year’s conference theme was “Sustainable Economic Read more about BSHS Students Excel At Southern Taiwan Model United Nations[…]

Registration for Imperial College London Visit Opens

We are excited to have Imperial College London visit British Secondary and High School students on the 18th of  January. Students can reserve their place for this visit via the Google Form below. All students in Year Groups H1-H4 have had this announced in their Group Registration Assemblies this week and there is significant student Read more about Registration for Imperial College London Visit Opens[…]

KS3 Drama Club CCA Proudly Perform Their Christmas Pantomime!

Signs that the Christmas season is definitely here were evident on Thursday and Friday of this week in both the European Primary Campus and the European Secondary Campus. The Key Stage Three Drama Club CCA performed the pantomime ‘Robin Hood’ for pupils on both campuses. For both performances it was great it to see some Read more about KS3 Drama Club CCA Proudly Perform Their Christmas Pantomime![…]