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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

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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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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 part of the competition was the unexpected debate between Mr. Blake and Mr. Edison. She did expect that the `Language  B' group would win since they got the highest points. She was really excited that she got to experience this wonderful presentation.

This year's Teachers' Day also got our senior students substituting as teachers for the day. Grade 12's Deborah Angdinata, who became a grade 6 Chinese substitute teacher, said that she learned that teaching is a difficult job that teachers must face every day. In addition, finding materials to teach the students and presenting in front of the class made her nervous. Despite how nervous she was, however, she was able to maintain her composure. This experience even inspired her to take part in more collaborative activities in the future.

For the Tie for the Pin


Student council is an organization consisting of exceptional and trusted students to lead the school. It plays a significant role in representing the students to both local and international communities. To officially celebrate the new generation of leaders, BTB conducts a special ceremony for all council members to be able to voice out their devotions in front of the whole BTB community. This directs the spotlight towards the student council as bthey are the stars of BTB that everyone looks up to. All of the council members receive special ties and pins to represent their responsibility as leaders. Being part of student council may seem cool. However, it actually bears many heavy responsibilities that need to be carried out. - Audreyana Ariella (Grade 11).

"Being part of the student council is a big achievement of mine. At first, I joined student council for granted; that is, for the tie and the pin. However, I have realised the importance and responsibility of being a member." - Bianca Razendra (Grade 10 Einstein)

" Running for the student council had taught us a great deal of experience, one of which is that we have to be tough and open-minded even in the face of perceived failures. The challenges we faced taught us that nothing is easy to achieve unless you work your heart out!" -Richie and Satya Dhira Alfa Teja. (Grade 11)

 

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