Congratulations on getting to the end of your first term! It has been a difficult one but I am so proud of each and everyone of our students.
A quick reminder for Year 13 students to keep their mentors up to date with their plans and attend the relevant information sessions. You will be sent information through your email and the relevant Google Classroom. If you are unsure of your deadlines or would like further application help, remember to schedule an appointment with Ms. Hemelik.
If parents have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me; email@example.com.
Financial Times work experience Advocate program
Congratulations to all the students completing their applications to represent TBS for the Financial Times Work Experience student Advocate program. All the applications were all fantastic, but the final students selected are Devansh A, Devansh K and Anju. This is a fantastic opportunity (as well as a great addition to your CV and university application), where you will develop communication skills by representing the views of students to the Financial Times and promoting the advantages of reading the Financial time to friends and teachers.
I applied for this role because it’s a great opportunity for me to enhance my communication skills and become the voice of the other students to represent their views and ideas to The Financial Times. Anju
I applied to become a student advocate because I believe I will learn many things such as proactivity, teamwork, public speaking and networking and time management skills. It would give me exposure to a new field too’ Devansh A
I want to become student advocate as it’s time for me to start taking responsibility and action to better the lives of students in any way possible. I am also passionate about representing TBS on a global level’- Devansh K
Fabulous work this week
Amodini has been working really hard in French this term. She has made fantastic progress with her written language and completed this project in less than two hours on redesigning Patan square. Well done, Amo.
Year 13 Economics : Ms Van De Kaa was extremely impressed by every student when they completed their flip learning challenge. Each group taught their sections well, provided well explained examples and were able to answer and correct any questions that were asked.
Mamuk: Has made great progress in catching up on some missed media tasks this week and has gained some great photoshop skills along the way!
Devasri, Devansh, Seoyun, Roisin, Rohan, Ishika: Great commitment to MUN club as an extra lesson (and extra homework) every week for the past 4 weeks.
Meena: True dedication to her studies despite the challenges that life presents. Great work!
Year 12 Media students: All three magazine proposals for AS Media coursework promise really exciting publications for a young Nepali target audience.
Year 13 Biology students: It has been a pleasure to teach this group they have shown a keen interest in the subject and have completed all tasks to a really high standard.
Roisin: Has been nominated for student of the weeks many times this term, she has shown consistent approach to learning and positive cooperative attitude. Well done!
A message from the Creativity Prefects
Hi everyone! We hope you are having a good week. This is just a reminder of the continuation of our Photo Compilation Project where we are collecting pictures of lockdown experiences. Especially since it’s Dashain break and you may be making new memories during the free time, it would be great if you could send either me or Eshaan some pictures that you took! You can also send pictures from earlier this year as well; we wish to compile all the pictures to make one wonderful collage, and we encourage you to contribute and be part of it!
Please send your pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We all became indoor cats
I made a fox friend – I named him Reynard
Inside looking out
Student of the week
Vibek has settled into studying at TBS seamlessly and his teachers have all commented on his fantastic work ethic, participating in lessons and submitting a really good standard of work. Mr. Melhado has even commented that Vibek has been wonderful helping him become acquainted in the school.
“When we think that we’ve been beaten, that is the time when we truly have a chance.”
In order to achieve/perform to the best of our abilities, we challenge or test ourselves from time to time. This may come in the form of solving mathematics problems to even household chores such as cooking and cleaning. It is only after numerous trials and failures that we arrive at the solution. We must not give up until we have given it all, for that is how we get the solution to our problem.