Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 36

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A Lesson on China by Mr Gribble Mr Gribble recently taught a lesson on China to our students, focusing on two interesting aspects of Chinese culture. With his background of living, studying and working in China, he delivered an interactive lesson that looked at the world-famous Terracotta Army of Xi’an and the lesser known Fujian tulou (福建土楼), a kind of … Read More

Open Day – 15th June 10am – 12noon

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Whether you are looking for a September 2019 start or beyond, this is the perfect opportunity to visit. Look around the School, talk with the Headmaster, our teachers, and team. Find out more about our unique Fusion Curriculum and what we offer. We look forward to meeting you! St Bees School Saturday 15th June: 10am – 12noon

Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 34

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This Week in School… Preparations are underway for our Open Day on Saturday 18th May. We are looking forward to welcoming prospective families through our doors. This is the perfect opportunity to meet the team and ask any questions. You can also find out about our unique Fusion Curriculum and why our students learn Mandarin! If you would prefer to … Read More

Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 33

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This Week in School… The students are back from their Easter break and ready to continue to build on the success of their first two terms! We have some additions to the timetable, with each student now taking art lessons. This term the students will also be developing their own student led assemblies centred around set themes, building on teamwork … Read More

Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 32

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Open Days We would like to thank everyone who visited us during our Open Day on Saturday 30th March. It was wonderful to meet new families and share our vision for the future. We have another two Open Days coming up in May and June, the details of which are outlined below. This is a great opportunity to meet with … Read More

Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 31 – A message from the new Headmaster

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A Message from the new Headmaster of St Bees School First, for those who have not yet met me, please allow me to introduce myself. Roger Sinnett, just returned to the UK after 23 years leading international schools in Germany and, latterly, China where I have been based for the past 13 years.  I was also a founding member of … Read More

Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 28

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School Update This week the pupils returned from their half-term break eager to continue building on the excellent work of the previous half of the term. You can read below about how their chocolate space-craft challenge went! Spring certainly seems to have arrived and we are sure you will agree, the grounds of the School are beautiful with the spring … Read More

Full Circle Newsletter St Bees School Issue 22

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AGS Start of cycling challenge

Happy New Year. We are looking forward to 2019! In Roman mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings, transitions, doorways, and so on. He is usually shown as having two faces as he looks both back and forward. This is the reason we start our calendar with January, a time when people traditionally look back on the old year and … Read More