December 3, 2014
November 26, 2014
Year Five exhibited their end of Unit work through bringing to life their written biographies at the ‘Living Waxwork Museum’ yesterday morning. It was so rewarding to see all the parents and pupils there. The children loved to showcase their work and both year 5 teachers are very proud of all the hard work and dedication the children put in to achieve such a successful morning. It really meant a lot to the children to have their parents there.
November 10, 2014
November 7, 2014
Last week 6AG Paid it Forward to 2JH by taking the class to Asser Levy and teaching them various games they could play on the playground. Students in Year 2 visited three different stations run by Year 6 students. At each station they learned a new playground game. The Year 2 students really enjoyed learning to play “40/40,” “Virus,” and “Cops and Robbers.” The students in 6AG would also like to say a special thank you to Year 9 for […]
October 20, 2014
On Tuesday the 14th of October, 4KT and 4JC went a Hindu temple in Flushing. The temple was a Ganesh Temple which meant the temples deity (main god) was Ganesh. Before everybody entered they had to take their shoes off, this was a sign of respect to the temple and the gods. At the Temple Year 4 learnt all about Hinduism and enjoyed it a lot. One of the main things Year 4 enjoyed was the room of shrines, in […]
September 24, 2014
June 23, 2014
The British International School of New York Speech Day /Graduation 2014- a very special day. SpeechDay2014 from BIS-NY on Vimeo.
June 13, 2014
Today, as the students from our sister school Abercorn in London arrive in New York City, reconnecting with their exchanges from the BIS-NY visit three weeks ago we have some reflections on the visit to share: Year 8’s transatlantic excursion was a truly unforgettable experience. This photo encompasses exactly how we felt on the London trip. Both London and New York are such modernized cities, and through the eye of a New Yorker or Londoner, it may seem like the […]
June 2, 2014
Over 70 committed students and five very creative teachers spent nearly 5 months believing in and spreading fairy dust on this production. Teamwork, risk taking, laughter, and hard work all contributed to make this show a success. Please enjoy BIS-NY’s 2014 musical production: Peter Pan! Peter Pan from BIS-NY on Vimeo.
May 13, 2014
Year 3 has been studying water! Throughout our inquiry, we got to find out that water access is not very easy for everyone around the world, people often have to walk miles for water that is dirty and can make them ill. With our friends at WaterAid we learnt more about the situa-tion in developing countries and decided to take ACTION to try and help! On Wednesday, May 7th we walked some of the distance that people have to walk […]