Welcome to the online edition of Lion's Roar,
the British School Manila's weekly newsletter.
Message from the Head of School
Dear BSM Family, Over this past year, there have been some times of uncertainty, fear and trepidation, and of course, cautious excitement, but here we are, on the last day of the School Year 2021-2022. Unfortunately, the last few days have had to be online for Senior School but given how well we manage Zoom lessons, the transition back has been easier than it may have been a year ago. As I have said many times, borrowed in fact from the Round Table International organisation motto, “Adapt, adopt, improve,” we have adapted to the circumstances, adopted new and innovative ways and continued to improve in order to offer our students the best BSM experience. I would like to take a moment to congratulate all the students who received Speech Day awards last weekend. They were richly deserved. As
Visual and Performing Arts
Welcome back and I hope you have all had a great first week – weather accepted. As you can imagine a number of things have gone on over the summer and one of these was receiving a letter from a BEI (BSM) Scholar. We are running this scholarship programme to support local Taguig High School
Welcome back “Foster a friendly family atmosphere that nurtures partnerships for learning and a sense of community” – BSM Vision and Mission BSM Community and Autobiographical Approach Mabuhay and a huge welcome to the BSM learning community to any new families who have just joined the British School Manila and huge welcome back to existing
Welcome to the start of the 2018-2019 academic year at BSM and the first edition of the Lion’s Roar for the new school year. It has been good to meet returning families this week and to welcome new members to our community. We also have enjoyed welcoming our Year 7 students and families as they
PE, Sport & ASA News
Service Learning is based on a collaborative and reciprocal engagement with the community in response to an authentic need. Students have the opportunity to collaborate with a range of NGOs helping to tackle important local issues.
By Gareth Pearson and Rafael Dionisio Service Learning at British School Manila (BSM) involves a collaborative and reciprocal engagement with our partner communities. We strive to enable our students to implement a meaningful response to an authentic need. Our goal is to develop young people who will make a positive difference in the lives of
At BSM, our outdoor education programme is central to the learning experience of our students. It provides them with personal challenges and develops their well-being by helping them grow as individuals. Through these experiences, students build resilience and become confident, independent individuals that are not afraid to step outside of their comfort zone. Unfortunately, the