Please click here for the latest sports news on the Titans Sports Website. Highlights on the blog are: Junior Varsity Girls Basketball TISSA 2nd place Sports Awards Nominations for Most Improved and Most Valuable Players for Seasons 1 & 2 have been announced. Sports Day Reminders
During our morning assemblies this Friday, students were informed about the new Student Duties that will commence from next week. Each week, a Form group will be responsible for the cleaning of the indoor and outdoor areas of the European Secondary Campus. One byproduct of this initiative is that, naturally, we will have a cleaner Read more about Student Duties Sweep Into Effect[…]
Our H2 and H3 students were presented with challenging and acutely active tasks this week to help them consolidate their knowledge about angles. Students found interpretive and puzzling ways to express what sine and cosine functions look like through a “guess my function” gameshow-style competition.
The German Institute Taipei and the Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei are honored to invite you to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony 2019. The British and Secondary High School will be represented by a small teacher and student presence, however it would be meaningful if members of our community could also attend this event. Time: Sunday, Read more about International Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony 2019[…]
A Year 7 Chinese calligraphy workshop was held on January 23rd conducted by Li-Chin Chang, a calligraphy master from the EPC. Year 7 students have not only learned various script styles but also consolidated their cultural knowledge to celebrate the arrival of Chinese New Year.
Since December, the Computing Department has been trialling the Duke of York’s iDEA Award with a pilot group of students from year 7 to H2. The iDEA Award (Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award) is made of courses that aim to develop digital, enterprise and employability skills through a series of interactive challenges. These challenges are all Read more about H1 Computer Science student receives award from Buckingham Palace[…]
On Thursday the 17th of January, two of our H2 students, Alice and Anzo, gave an entertaining and informative presentation to various members of the “expat community” at The Centre. This dynamic duo spoke for 35 minutes on the topic of Chinese New Year and how its relevance to them had altered as they had Read more about BSHS Students Educate the Community[…]
From the ESCPA, we hope all TES families had an enjoyable and refreshing Christmas and New Year break. Two particular events this week made me personally feel very happy to be back at school. Mid-Year Welcome Coffee Morning Firstly, we invited both families who have joined mid-year and families with children moving Read more about ESCPA: New Year, New Energy[…]
To support the work of the Tabitha Team and to celebrate some of the talent among our study body we would like to invite all members of our community to Tabitha Pop Idol 2019. Taking place next Friday 25th January and starting at 6pm, this year’s line up of talent promises to be more diverse Read more about Tabitha Pop Idol[…]
We are proud to present the electronic version of our 100% student-produced magazine, PEAK – Winter 2019. Please take time to digest this fantastic publication that explores a variety of topics that are deemed relevant by and for our teenagers. Next week, the “paper copy” will be made available to the TES community via outlets Read more about PEAK – Winter Edition 2019[…]
This year’s Prom is being held at the Sherwood Hotel Taipei. Every year this event is a highlight on the calendar for students. Each ticket costs NT$1700. Students can secure their place by making a cash payment in the Phase 2 Atrium ticket sales counter during the school week (times to be advised) or payment via Read more about Prom 2019 – Starry Night![…]
This week, Eowyn Crisfield has spent three days working with teachers in the British Secondary and High School. Eowyn is an expert in language teaching and learning. She works with schools all around the world, in different contexts, and with children and young people of all ages. She’s working with us to help us improve Read more about Language Learning Expert Eowyn Crisfield Visits The BSHS[…]
Last month I shared the news with parents that as of August 2019, Key Stage Three students (Years 7, 8 and 9) will no longer wear school uniform. The decision to move away from our uniform followed a three month review process. Beliefs about school uniform and its place in our school are hugely varied, Read more about Saying Good-bye To Uniform at Key Stage Three[…]
Please click the link below to read the latest goings-on with Titans Sport. Sports Blog Highlights this week on the blog are: Varsity Boys Basketball TISSA 2nd place Varsity Girls Basketball TISSA 3rd place CCA Parent Run Sports Clubs/Training
The H2 Art class are steadily progressing towards the end of their IGCSE journey. They have been working tirelessly to complete their coursework portfolio and have been doing an excellent job. They are generating really creative outcomes and all expressing their ideas confidently and inventively.
This week we had the privilege of hosting a series of talks by global human rights activist Loung Ung. During the day at the European Secondary Campus Ms Ung spoke to students in Years 8-H4 about her life story and her role as an ambassador for the International Campaign to Ban Landmines. During the Evening, Read more about Human Rights Activist Loung Ung Visits TES[…]
In 2013, The British Secondary and High School (BSHS) committed to embracing a proactive strategy to achieve wellbeing (PERMAH) and cultivate the conditions for flourishing for students, staff and the school community through Positive Education. This journey that began five years ago has progressively included more people from the school community and a greater depth increasing exploration Read more about GROW (“Positive Education”) in the BSHS – ‘The Journey so far’[…]
As a reminder, the deadline to sign up for the Imperial College London’s visit is this coming Friday. Please sign up if here if you haven’t done so already. We look forward to seeing many staff, parents and students in attendance.
On Monday 7th January, the first day of term, students in H2 and H3 visited the National Theatre in Taipei for a backstage tour. It was a rare opportunity to go “behind the scenes” and to learn about the technical aspects of the theatre, which, amongst other things, included the opportunity to stand on the Read more about National Theatre Backstage Tour[…]
H3 IB Theatre students begin their unit of work on their ‘Theatre Research Presentations’ this week. Over the next few weeks, the students will explore many theatre traditions from around the world. They will investigate the practical, cultural and social conventions from Beijing Opera, Greek Theatre and Butoh. This is before they then embark on their Read more about Risk-Taking and Being Knowledgeable in IB Theatre[…]