Students this week have been using Google Cardboard and VR apps to look at how VR can change our lives and potential uses for it in the future. Students were making 360 walk throughs of where they live and where they come to school. Y10 students gave Y8s a lesson on using BBC Microbit Computers, which was really fun. Students Yassein, Lina, Mohamed, Mariam and Bahira demonstrated good CS knowledge as well as great leadership skills in planning and delivering a lesson using technology new to the BSA.
In Pre-Prep we had a great International Day! FS1 learnt about Italy and FS2 learnt all about Cambodia by participating in different activities in each class. In KS1, we went all around the world and visited Scotland, the UAE, Australia, England, America, Italy and France! For lunchtime, we had lots of fun and really enjoyed our shared buffet at Heron Campus organised by the FOS.
Congratulations to our new playground monitors in Prep School. Their job will include making sure the play areas are left clean and tidy as well as helping out any of their friends who have any problems at break time.
Well done guys!
Congratulations to our students on their excellent examination results.
- At GCSE a third of the grades were A* grades and 56% of grades were either A* or A grades.
- At AS and A-level, 46% of grades were either A* or A.
In particular Julie Porcheron, Sheharyar Bin Ali and Yehia Elkafrawi all achieved three A grades at AS and Amir Guirguis achieved three A grades at A-level. At GCSE Mariam Elsayedan and Sara Urso achieved eight A* grades and Nadia Bitar nine A* grades.
Once more we were very proud of our students!
Our Prize Giving and Graduation Ceremony 2016-2017 took place Wednesday 21st June 2017 at Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Great Hall.
The event was enjoyed by everyone and parents were so proud of the progress made by their children.
For the Prize Giving photos, please see our Gallery.
The inaugural Student Leadership Scheme took place here at school this year. We are very pleased to state that it has been extremely successful. A selection of students from Year 5 through to Year 10 participated on the scheme that aimed to develop key leadership skills.
Joint Head of Performing Arts
The British School, Alexandria recently staged the famous musical 'Oliver', Lionel Bart's adaption of Dicken's novel Oliver Twist. The Year 7s and 9s put on an abridged version of the 1960's musical and it’s the first time the Senior school has tackled a musical and wow what a show!
The Arabic department bestows the honor of congratulation to the school administration and to our student Youssef Sherif Saad for his excellent positive result in Arabic (highest mark in Egypt in Cambridge IGCSE examination June 2014) and wishes the school greater achievements and progress with the promise of more excellence in results in the Arabic language.