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  • 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 to be able to proceed...

    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 to be able to proceed with the original outdoor plan with not a drop in sight! The only ones to get wet were the 4 teachers who had signed up...

    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 to be able to proceed with the original outdoor plan with not a drop in sight! The only ones to get wet were the 4 teachers who had signed up to ‘Soak the Teacher’ – a fun game in which children paid for three...

  • 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 to learn about negative behaviours associated with...

    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 to learn about negative behaviours associated with bullying and what we can all do to stop them. I was lovely to see so many get involved in spreading this important...

    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 to learn about negative behaviours associated with bullying and what we can all do to stop them. I was lovely to see so many get involved in spreading this important message!

  • 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 two days before. Students...

    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 two days before. Students competed in their houses across a range of track and field events throughout the morning. There were hurdles, shotputs,...

    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 two days before. Students competed in their houses across a range of track and field events throughout the morning. There were hurdles, shotputs, high jumps, sprints and distance runs to name but a few. Then there was...

  • 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 in...

    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 in a range of events, with the focus being on fun and participation. Students each took part in a 40m sprint and hurdles...

    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 in a range of events, with the focus being on fun and participation. Students each took part in a 40m sprint and hurdles race before rotating around five different 'fun and field'...

  • 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 put a large amount of time and effort into learning facts about their city and...

    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 put a large amount of time and effort into learning facts about their city and thinking about ways to show it in their submission. We are very proud of both teams and would like to congratulate the KS1 team...

    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 put a large amount of time and effort into learning facts about their city and thinking about ways to show it in their submission. We are very proud of both teams and would like to congratulate the KS1 team for being named Runner Up in the competition! 

18th Sep 2015
Y5G host whole school assembly With great enthusiasm Year 5G began their whole school class assembly by exhibiting their knowledge of mountains and an re-enactment of a...
26th May 2014
We were delighted, recently, to learn from COBIS that one of our talented young writers, Sanjana in Year 6, had been selected as the sole Category A winner in this year...
16th May 2014
It is with great pleasure that we announce Richard Mands from the British School of Nanjing, with his entry of Google Drive to Improve Assessment, as the winner for this...

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