To raise awareness of the problem of plastic in our oceans, two of our MYP students have started a blog about their actions to help clean up the oceans. They are passionate about making a difference because they believe that it is unfair as humans are to blame for the damage we are causing to the oceans and the wildlife living in them. Here's a video from one of their posts and if you would like to follow the blog you can find it here -

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Oceans Blog Video
MYP4 German Anti Bullying Inquiry Video
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One of our MYP students came back from the holidays with a new look that is making a difference to others. She had her hair cut (it's now 30 cms shorter!) and donated it to the charity 'Wigs for Kids'. Fantastic! #thisisBISS

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Our playgrounds and playing fields are full of sunshine, happy chatter and laughter again - Welcome Back Everyone, it's great to see you! #ThisisBISS

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Graduating Norwegian students have for decades celebrated the end of their education by wearing decorated overalls and completing a variety of challenges. As part of their celebrations, our DP2 students spent a Norwegian lesson underneath their desks this week! Teachers have been asked to sign their russ outfits and occasionally supply artwork! Let's see what other challenges they get up to in the coming weeks #THISBISS

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FANTASTIC NEWS! Our students travelled to Oslo for the finals of the Young Researchers 2019 and all three are prize winners! Magdalena for her model of a Victorian house, Rashmi won first prize for her work on staircase risers and Malin won first place for her work on plant growth in an electromagnetic environment! We could not be prouder of our young researchers #BISSISPROUD (VERY, VERY, VERY!)