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  • The Mummy Dino came back to Year 1 to collect her eggs today. The Mummy Dino came back to Year 1 to collect her eggs today. She thanked the children for keeping...

    The Mummy Dino came back to Year 1 to collect her eggs today. The Mummy Dino came back to Year 1 to collect her eggs today. She thanked the children for keeping her eggs safe and warm. The children have been busy writing newspaper articles about the dinos visit!

    The Mummy Dino came back to Year 1 to collect her eggs today. The Mummy Dino came back to Year 1 to collect her eggs today. She thanked the children for keeping her eggs safe and warm. The children have been busy writing newspaper articles about the dinos visit!

  • Year Four and Year Five students participated in football matches at TIS Yesterday Year Four and Year Five students participated in football matches at TIS. Despite the...

    Year Four and Year Five students participated in football matches at TIS Yesterday Year Four and Year Five students participated in football matches at TIS. Despite the heat both BST teams were full of energy and displayed impressive performances from the first whistle until the last, with...

    Year Four and Year Five students participated in football matches at TIS Yesterday Year Four and Year Five students participated in football matches at TIS. Despite the heat both BST teams were full of energy and displayed impressive performances from the first whistle until the last, with both teams securing victories. The matches were arranged in preparation...

  • Year 5 enjoyed a residential trip to the Chimgan mountains. From Tuesday the 1st until Friday the 5th of May, Year 5 enjoyed a residential trip to the Chimgan...

    Year 5 enjoyed a residential trip to the Chimgan mountains. From Tuesday the 1st until Friday the 5th of May, Year 5 enjoyed a residential trip to the Chimgan mountains.On the first day the children enjoyed Forest School activities, such as building homes for small toys and...

    Year 5 enjoyed a residential trip to the Chimgan mountains. From Tuesday the 1st until Friday the 5th of May, Year 5 enjoyed a residential trip to the Chimgan mountains.On the first day the children enjoyed Forest School activities, such as building homes for small toys and creating tracks for each other to follow using sticks, before on the...

  • Year 7 have had the pleasure of studying Frankenstein, both in the form of play script and Prose. Year 7 have had the pleasure of studying Frankenstein, both in the form of play script and Prose....

    Year 7 have had the pleasure of studying Frankenstein, both in the form of play script and Prose. Year 7 have had the pleasure of studying Frankenstein, both in the form of play script and Prose. There were many interesting ideas to discuss, not least of which contemplated the very nature of the creation. Was it...

    Year 7 have had the pleasure of studying Frankenstein, both in the form of play script and Prose. Year 7 have had the pleasure of studying Frankenstein, both in the form of play script and Prose. There were many interesting ideas to discuss, not least of which contemplated the very nature of the creation. Was it born a ‘monster’? Omina, from year 7A, believed that the creature showed...

  • Looking back on the Berlin trip, we could definitely see it as success! Looking back on the Berlin trip, we could definitely see it as success. The students behaved...

    Looking back on the Berlin trip, we could definitely see it as success! Looking back on the Berlin trip, we could definitely see it as success. The students behaved impeccably throughout, Emily Hopper's language skills sorted any minor problems and we managed to see and enjoy many of...

    Looking back on the Berlin trip, we could definitely see it as success! Looking back on the Berlin trip, we could definitely see it as success. The students behaved impeccably throughout, Emily Hopper's language skills sorted any minor problems and we managed to see and enjoy many of the sights that the city had to offer. This included many museums - some...

9th Jan 2018
Exciting production with a James Bond connection - expect all your favourite 007 type characters! Jane Blonde, double 'O' PS (OOPS!), licensed to do whatever, goes to...
8th Jan 2018
On the last day of Term 1 2017 we hosted our annual Winter Fayre. On the last day of Term 1 2017 we hosted our annual Winter Fayre. We would like to thank the hundreds...
26th Dec 2017
Please note, that  school office will be closed  from 27-December till 3-January. We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Please note, that  ...
15th Dec 2017
Our new global family. The British School of Tashkent is excited to announce that is has joined the Nord Anglia Education family of schools, connecting us to students...
4th Dec 2017
Reading and sharing stories with children of all ages is highly important. It supports many areas of child development and can assist language development while...
17th Nov 2017
Year 6 went back to the 1940s, in what was a fantastic WW2 themed day. The day kicked off with the children learning about evacuation, making their own identity cards to...
31st Oct 2017
To round-off our work on the Circle of Life, Year 4 visited Tashkent’s Botanical Gardens. Our work in the classroom included: researching different habitats, food chains...
10th Oct 2017
During our Russian lessons this week children in year 4 were learning the new theme «Root of the word. Complex words» During our Russian lessons this week children in...
10th Oct 2017
Class 4C Foxes have been making weather devices in class. Class 4C Foxes have been making weather devices in class. They designed their own anemometers and wind vanes...
25th Sep 2017
It has been an extraordinarily busy start to the new year for everyone; teachers and students alike. It has been an extraordinarily busy start to the new year for...

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