This week saw the inaugural Y6 Graduation Assembly take place.
The Primary French Drama Club’s production of "Jacques et le Haricot Ensorcelé" (Jack & the Beanstalk), was recently a huge success.
The Library together with the English Department launched it’s own Project Remix competition at BISR in February 2015 for students in Key Stage 3. Project Remix was very generously sponsored by the BISR PTA (Parent Teacher Association), our thanks go to Gael Rowland, the PTA Chair.
We were very fortunate to have Saudi author Halla Bint Khalid visit BISR recently. Hala writes stories for children in both Arabic and English and she also illustrates and publishes her books.
Senior school students recently performed the National Theatre Connections production of The Crazy, Sassy, Cool Girls' Fan Club.
Before the Year 13 students headed off for study leave they celebrated their achievements at BISR with a Graduation Walk around the school whilst wearing their graduation gowns and caps. Students and teachers applauded the students as they made their way through the primary and senior schools.
Fifty seven out of the ninety four Tiger Sharks have qualified for the Regional Championships – an amazing achievement.
The BISR is at the heart of the British Community in Riyadh, providing education to some 1600 boys and girls, the majority of which are British. However, before you join our community, it is very important to consider the impact on children before making the move to Saudi as in some instances, a transfer of the children is unwise and detrimental to their long term education.