This week the Assembly devoted to raising Covid-19 awareness has been conducted with participation of Year 5 BV’s students in the Primary School. During the
Did you know that the word Halloween means “hallowed evening,” and was previously known to early European celebrators as All Hallows’ Eve. All Hallows’ Eve (October 31) and All Saints’ Day (November 1) both paid homage to saints. Hallows literally means saints. The name was eventually shortened to “Halloween,” which we know and love to this day.
Art club team members of the British School in Baku gained a wonderful opportunity to develop their art skills by painting amazing pictures.
During yesterday’s art session BSB’s teacher Ms. Leyla taught the pupils how to paint Flame Towers, which have become the symbol of modern Baku.
Children from Year 6 have chosen Zahra Gafarova as their House captain
BSB often uses the house teams when grouping children for different activities and for sporting competitions.
The role of House Captains are ones of privilege, pride, and responsibility.
Students of Year 5BV are studying interesting books in BSB’s library during their Reading lesson.
Reading is incredibly important both for children and adults. It nourishes the brain by snapping the neurons into action so it can process and break down information.
According to Ms. Bahar, BSB’s teacher, shadow activities and experiments can help children learn what a shadow is, and, how shadows are formed by way of experience.
“Interactive indoor and outdoor shadow activities for elementary-aged kids are perfect year-round fun at home or in the classroom”.
Making handprint crafts is an excellent way for children to be creative and artistic, and a fun way for parents to preserve precious memories of their growing children.
This week preschoolers from BSB’s Reception Class learned how to make handprint chicken crafts.
Classifying and sorting activities help children from Reception Class of BSB to develop a range of thinking skills and build the foundations for later problem-solving.