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  • On Friday 22nd June, the Senior School students performed The Wizard of Oz: The Deleted Scene. Students were heavily involved with all aspects of creating and running a show and theatre. This...

    On Friday 22nd June, the Senior School students performed The Wizard of Oz: The Deleted Scene. Students were heavily involved with all aspects of creating and running a show and theatre. This gave many of our students the opportunity to experience first hand the responsibility involved with being in charge of a...

    On Friday 22nd June, the Senior School students performed The Wizard of Oz: The Deleted Scene. Students were heavily involved with all aspects of creating and running a show and theatre. This gave many of our students the opportunity to experience first hand the responsibility involved with being in charge of a specific area and working together as teams to bring it all together so...

  • We are very proud of our COBIS Young Scientist Film Awards team for winning "Best Film of an Experiment" in the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 section of the competition! Their winning submission can be viewed here.

    We are very proud of our COBIS Young Scientist Film Awards team for winning "Best Film of an Experiment" in the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 section of the competition! Their winning submission can be viewed here.

    We are very proud of our COBIS Young Scientist Film Awards team for winning "Best Film of an Experiment" in the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 section of the competition! Their winning submission can be viewed here.

  • On Thursday 14th June, a representative from local charity, Hopeful Hearts, visited the school to collect a donation made by our school library's Junior Librarians. The students raised money by selling food and running various games they created for Dr. Seuss Day...

    On Thursday 14th June, a representative from local charity, Hopeful Hearts, visited the school to collect a donation made by our school library's Junior Librarians. The students raised money by selling food and running various games they created for Dr. Seuss Day. It was wonderful to hear how their donation will help children in need of heart operations!

    On Thursday 14th June, a representative from local charity, Hopeful Hearts, visited the school to collect a donation made by our school library's Junior Librarians. The students raised money by selling food and running various games they created for Dr. Seuss Day. It was wonderful to hear how their donation will help children in need of heart operations!

  • The first two weeks of June saw hundreds of our students participate in our annual swim galas and shows. The swim gala season kicked off on Friday June 1st with a very successful Key Stage 3/4 Swim Gala....

    The first two weeks of June saw hundreds of our students participate in our annual swim galas and shows. The swim gala season kicked off on Friday June 1st with a very successful Key Stage 3/4 Swim Gala. Congratulations to the Romans on being crowned champions and a special mention to Peter in Year 7, who recorded an...

    The first two weeks of June saw hundreds of our students participate in our annual swim galas and shows. The swim gala season kicked off on Friday June 1st with a very successful Key Stage 3/4 Swim Gala. Congratulations to the Romans on being crowned champions and a special mention to Peter in Year 7, who recorded an outstanding time of 30.82 seconds in the U12 50m Boys Freestyle event to...

  • At first break on Friday 25th May, students took part in a fun Street Music house challenge. The Head of Senior School, Mrs Witt-Williams, challenged all senior students to create music using...

    At first break on Friday 25th May, students took part in a fun Street Music house challenge. The Head of Senior School, Mrs Witt-Williams, challenged all senior students to create music using traditional instruments or other objects and perform in a busking style to other students in the school. This created a...

    At first break on Friday 25th May, students took part in a fun Street Music house challenge. The Head of Senior School, Mrs Witt-Williams, challenged all senior students to create music using traditional instruments or other objects and perform in a busking style to other students in the school. This created a lot of buzz! Students crowded around trying to get a view of each...

28th Jun 2018
On Friday 22nd June, the Senior School students performed The Wizard of Oz: The Deleted Scene. Students were heavily involved with all aspects of creating and running a...
19th Jun 2018
We are very proud of our COBIS Young Scientist Film Awards team for winning "Best Film of an Experiment" in the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 section of the...
19th Jun 2018
On Thursday 14th June, a representative from local charity, Hopeful Hearts, visited the school to collect a donation made by our school library's Junior Librarians...
19th Jun 2018
The first two weeks of June saw hundreds of our students participate in our annual swim galas and shows. The swim gala season kicked off on Friday June 1st with a very...
28th May 2018
At first break on Friday 25th May, students took part in a fun Street Music house challenge. The Head of Senior School, Mrs Witt-Williams, challenged all senior students...
23rd May 2018
The British School of Nanjing’s annual British Summer Fair was held on Saturday 19th May. Showers had threatened in the days leading up to the event, but we were lucky...
5th May 2018
On Friday 4th May, students and teachers stood against bullying by wearing pink for the international Anti-Bullying Day. The day gave our students a special opportunity...
4th May 2018
Friday April 25th was Senior School Sports Day and the conclusion of our athletics module in PE. It was another glorious spring day, following on from the Primary event...
3rd May 2018
Wednesday April 23rd saw BSN host our annual Primary School Sports Day. The morning consisted of the Key Stage 1 segment, which saw students from Year 1 and 2 competing...
23rd Apr 2018
Teams of students from Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) entered the COBIS Creative Challenge this year, each making a creative video tour of Nanjing. The students...

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