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    ICAS

    During the preparation for ICAS, Mr. Dennis encouraged me by giving me extra after-school lessons for a month. During my preparation, I made sure that I was phy...

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    IN MEMORIAM

    Ms.Nameeta Bansal Primary School Principal (1967 - 2017) Forever in our hearts......

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    ASA

    On October 28, my friends and I joined a program to help build houses for the less fortunate. We worked together with Habitat for Humanity in small groups of tw...

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    United Nations Day

    There are four main reasons why the ECY department celebrates United Nations Day. We want our students to understand the value of unity among their friend...

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    Teachers' Day

    We interviewed Ardelly Yangsen, a student from Grade 6 Einstein, who had the best seat in the house to the event. Her favorite p...

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IN MEMORIAM


Ms.Nameeta Bansal
Primary School Principal
(1967 - 2017)

Forever in our hearts...

BTB School


BTB offers an education with everything required to forge good men and women. Our graduates are young people who understand the value of the concept of a global citizen and who can put those skills to use in our increasingly small world. BTB School inspires and encourages every child to become his best self.

The fundamental values of good schooling haven’t really changed over time. It’s through the creation of remarkable learning experiences combined with energetic, dedicated staff that results become a reality.

BTB has constructed a learning program that blends rigour and experience through doing, a wonderful balance that the staff is dedicated to maintaining as an integral part of how this school functions.

The values of BTB are important to the school’s ethos and these are to be preserved and celebrated. The rich and diverse co-curricular program is an important part of developing the all-round personality of students.

 

ICAS


During the preparation for ICAS, Mr. Dennis encouraged me by giving me extra after-school lessons for a month. During my preparation, I made sure that I was physically ready. I kept calm and ready every question and checked each question twice until the time ran out.

When I heard I won the gold medal in science and bronze in math, I was surprised and felt very happy, My parents were also so happy when they heard about it. I thank God, my parents, BTB Schoo, and Mr. Dennis. 

Feivel Sugiarto ( 5E )


The girl, no more than 12 years of age, with eyes that threatened to let her inner crities take over, looked utterly restless to the outside world. She thought of the people who put her down, who did not believe in her. Then she pushed them away. It was the day of the writing competition, and she needed a clear mind. A blank paper lay before her. But even after countless days of mental preparation, she could think of nothing. She looked out and the clouds said hi, and the birds chirped good afternoon. Then she started writing.

Ideas can come from the little things, and it is the determination that counts. Today, the girl, no more than twelve years of age, held her head up high, a gold medal hanging by her neck. Your body achieves whatever your mind believes, she thought to herself. Never ever ever give up.

Leannah Jeriel Cubia ( 6E )

United Nations Day


There are four main reasons why the ECY department celebrates United Nations Day. We want our students to understand the value of unity among their friends and other classes, to be aware of the different cultures of the countries they represent, to increase in their confidence in sharing their talents through their performances, and to ultimately have fun during the celebration.

Students and teachers came along in their glamorous and colorful costumes for the program, which kicked off with the students waving their flags in procession. The best part was the performances: students shaking and swaying their bodies in various cultural dances. Even our dear parents rendered unprecedented surprise dance performances. These really made our students happy.
Ms. Sonia

Colorful costumes and wonderful dances filled the entire program. Countries like South Korea, Indonesia, Japan, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Philippines—you name it! All of them presented such amazing presentations. The theme, "Investing in Peace around the World," carried a powerful message that we will never forget our entire life. Not to forget the cherry on top: the teachers performed a special number that was sure to prove that they can dance gracefully despite their busy times teaching their students.

Well, that's a wrap! Everyone did a splendid job. It was so good, I felt like dancing a million times more. This year's Primary UN Day celebration will always be in our hearts and minds.
Gloria 5 Sapphire

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