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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 full of life! [...]

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Student Council Fundraiser for Shanxi – Gansu Education

The Student Council started off the year of the pig by donating 1,200 RMB to support the Roundabout Shanxi – Gansu Education project. 1,200 RMB was raised through the Student Council’s fourth activity this year - Christmas Sales. Christmas Sales was inspired by the Student Council’s new theme for Christmas, 'Sharing Happiness'. The Student Council [...]

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BWYA’s Linguists Win Gold

On Saturday 19th January, BWYA hosted the annual Speecheasy competition. Competitors from six international school came together to compete in categories including Original Oratory, Duet Acting, Debate, Impromptu, and of course overall competition winner. As well as the competitors, 25 judges helped decide the winners of each category, along with 22 BWYA student volunteers helping [...]

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Happy Christmas!

  On behalf of all the staff at BWYA, we'd like to wish you a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year! We're very excited to see what 2019 has in store - we hope you are too... Just a quick reminder about January term dates: Primary school will resume term on Tuesday 8th [...]

By | 2018|0 Comments

BWYA at Thimun – Student Blog

Photos and content by Cherry Yan, Grade 10 Between November 19th and the 23rd, the BWYA Model United Nations Club participated in the 14th Annual Session of THIMUN Singapore held at Hwa Chong Institution. Participants came from Grades 9 to DP1, took part in a full range of committees, and took varying occupations that [...]

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First Place for Aquawolves and Volleyball

Don’t underestimate our little ones! Last weekend, our primary school girls walked away with first place from the ISAC Mini Volleyball Tournament, and our young aquawolves won first place in six heats at the ISAC Swim Meet. After the results were tallied, BWYA student Brian Zhang won first place out of 22 entrants in the [...]

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BWYA at the United Nations!

Last week (19th to 23rd November), a delegation of BWYA students travelled to Singapore to attend the annual The Hague International Model United Nations conference (THIMUN). This year, participating with students from over 50 international schools around the world in the debates and activities, BWYA sent 26 delegates – our highest number yet. Roles taken [...]

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Thanksgiving at BWYA

Last week, all of our campuses had a distinctly North American flavour, as we celebrated Thanksgiving! Although hidden amongst the turkey were some excellent Chinese treats as well… As an international school, we enjoy celebrating all cultures and their special events, so as is the American tradition - on the [...]

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