Let's play together – EYC

  • Published in Junior

On Saturday, 17th November, students in Kinder and Prep came together to participate in the Let’s Play Together Day.

This event was enjoyed by students and their families, as well as the staff, amidst an atmosphere of fun and laughter where school and family came together as one.

Teletón Campaign

Last Friday, 9th November, a delegation of students visited the Teletón Centre to present the contribution raised by the School community.

     

         

Visit from Cottolengos

  • Published in Senior

Every year, the students from CAS who work with the projects Cottolengo Femenino and Cottolengo Masculino receive the children from both institutions in our School.

The British Schools' students organised a fun-filled festival with games invented and created by them, and the journey ended with a shared afternoon snack.

It was a lovely afternoon full of sharing time together, games, chat, music and dance.

Robotics Exhibition

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Last Tuesday, 30th October, students from 1YL, 2YL and 3YL participated in the “19th Education in Robotics Exhibition”, organised by Escuela Integral. This event took place at Liceo Espigas. During the activities, our students had a chance to share their experiences with peers from other educational institutions, which was very enriching for all involved.

We invite you to enjoy the innovative projects presented by the programmers (watch the video):

 

Champions!

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On Saturday, 3rd November, the final of the URU tournament took place between the Old Boys Club (OBC) and Old Christians, which ended in a 28-21 victory for the Old Boys. This saw OBC U19 finishing champions of the year, undefeated in their 29 matches. The U19 B category finished a very respectable 5th in the same tournament.

This successful combination of players from The British Schools and OBC, won the three URU championships in the U15, U17 and U19 categories. The group of over 50 players underwent some tough training throughout the season and reaped the rewards of their effort and commitment.

This was a successful year for the School’s rugby; congratulations to the players and technical staff!

Mathematics Inter House

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The Mathematics Inter House competition took place during the second term of the school year, over three rounds, with 93 students participating. It is worth noting the participation of our student Gabriel Faes, who was part of the organisation of the competition.

The finals took place last Friday 26th and involved 14 students:

1YL 2YL 3YL
E. Navarro y A. Zorrilla
J. B. Cat y G. Zugnoni
M. Villar y M. Wajner
C. Dorbessan y S. Atkins
J. E. Young y F. Armas
I. Monsuarez y C. Heijne
P. Beyhaut y D. Fernández
T. Romero y F. Vareika
A. López y B. Martínez

F. Deffeminis y A. Vidal
I. Imhof y F. Schuscheim
I. Svetogorsky y M. Carbajal
M. Dunski
E. Wendel y M. Montaño

The winning pairs of the 2018 Mathematics Inter House were:
M. Villar y M. Wajner P. Beyhaut y D. Fernández I. Imhof y F. Schuscheim

Congratulations to all the students who partook in the competition!

"Don Bosco" - closing activities

On Wednesday, 31st October, we received the visit of students from Obra Social y Educativa Don Bosco, who came to play rugby and hockey with Forms 4, 5 and 6 as the culminating event of 2018. Throughout the year, 5YL CAS students, supported by several volunteers from OBC&OGC, have been working with the students from Don Bosco on a weekly basis to develop their rugby and hockey skills.

At the end of the sporting activities there was a shared snack, with two wonderful cakes. The cakes displayed the logos of the three institutions: TBS, OBC&OGC and Don Bosco, symbolising the sense of community commitment which permeated this collaborative project.

Form 4 visited "CRUFI"

  • Published in Junior

In their fifth Unit of Inquiry, students in Form 4 are investigating how man has made use of natural resources throughout history and how they are processed nowadays.

Students in F4H and F4Z visited a dairy factory which helped them understand how the process has changed over time in Uruguay.

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