Excellence-Awards and Super-Science

Recently, our Grade 6-8 students celebrated their Term 2 Awards Ceremony. Having worked very hard over this previous MYP term, it was fantastic to celebrate everything achieved, both academically and in personal development. In total, 82 honorary awards were given to students who scored all 5s, 6s, and 7s on their report cards, and 16 […]

First Place Footballers

This weekend, both our boys and girls U19 football teams were out representing BWYA at the ISAC final tournaments. The girls played in Tianjin and proudly represented our community gaining new valuable experiences during the competition. The boys played at BCIS and won the first place trophy! Big thanks goes to coaches Mr. Sam Rajesh and […]

Perfect Prose at the Lupine Prize

With the help of an army of ‘Minion’ volunteers, the annual BWYA Lupine Prize ceremony was held last Friday, 12th May. As David Haysom, Head of the High School English Department shared, ‘Now in its fifth year, the Lupine Prize continues to go from strength to strength. The quality of writing from our school community […]

Come Travel With Us!

Last Friday (22nd March) the primary school students of BWYA set off on a journey around the world! From Denmark to Jamaica, Egypt to Russia, the students enjoyed the traditions and culture of each country, along with the local cuisine, unique cultural games and display booths. As is now the tradition at the primary school, […]

First IB World School in Yungui Plateau

We would like to congratulate all of our colleagues at KWYA for their hard work. As we continue working together to educate a new generation of young people who love their own local culture, as well as having a clear understanding of the wider world, we are confident that the bonds between us will only […]

ACAMIS Service Learning Grant

For two years in a row, BWYA students have won the prestigious ACAMIS Service Learning Grant. This year, from amongst the many applicants BWYA DP1 students, Candy Li and Bella Dong, stood out for their leadership, innovation, and contributions to the community, with their Migrant Children Foundation proposal. The Service Learning Grant recognises students who have designed […]

Dramatic English Learning

Once upon a time, in the dense jungles of India, was a boy who lived with the wolves… This was one of our primary school’s EAL (English as an Additional Language) drama performances, held last Friday March 1st. After nearly two months of preparations and rehearsals, four plays were presented to the school and parents […]

Reaping the Personal Project Fruits

This Tuesday afternoon, 26th February, the BWYA secondary school celebrated the culmination of all of our Grade 10 students’ hard work on their personal projects (PP) at the Personal Project Exhibition. The IB Middle Years Programme focuses on ‘learning how to learn’ through the development of communication, collaboration, organization, self-management, research, and many many more skills, […]

Welcome Back to BWYA

After the Chinese New Year break, we’d like to welcome everyone back! Here’s a quick run-down of what we have in store for the BWYA family in the coming weeks and months… This Tuesday, our primary school was celebrating the first 100 days of school – with many ‘100-themed’ activities and games aimed at developing […]

Spring Festival Celebrations!

Spring Festival Celebrations! As the Chinese New Year approaches, the BWYA campuses were filled with a real new year flavour this week! Walking into the primary school, you would have quickly seen children practicing their calligraphy, making dumplings, guessing riddles, paper cutting, even dragon dances! Turning the corner into the secondary school, the classrooms were […]