News from TASIS England
Posted 09/11/2018 01:08PM
An enthusiastic team of students, parents, and faculty did their part to make our Thorpe neighbourhood more beautiful! They ventured out on Monday after school and returned with many bags full of litter found around Thorpe.
Posted 06/11/2018 02:00PM
rt and IB Year 1 ToK students visited the Tate Modern gallery on Tuesday, 6 November as part of their TOK unit on "Art" or their IB Art class. Prior to the trip, students explored contrasting concepts of beauty by reading excerpts by Leo Tolstoy, George Santayana, and John Dewey. During their time at the gallery they engaged with ethical questions raised by some artworks and considered to what extent art carries a social responsibility.
Posted 24/10/2018 04:00PM
Grade 4 and 3 students members of the Friends of Fleming Garden Club learned how to harvest and press flowers and plants with the help of Mrs. Nguyen. Using these materials, they managed to make cards and bookmarks that they personally designed.
Posted 24/10/2018 08:00AM
TASIS England Lower School celebrated Language during the Lower School Mother Tongue Assembly. Students shared idioms and tongue twisters in their own language and celebrated what it is like to grow up with languages that some of their classmates had never heard before.
Posted 16/10/2018 04:00PM
TASIS has an extensive international community. We embrace and support diversity and inclusion, and we respect other cultures and their particular ways of living. Recently our Middle School celebrated the European Day of Languages with a special Town Hall meeting--a student-led assembly celebrating the different languages represented in our Middle School.
Posted 12/10/2018 11:06AM
On October 3, SIX incredible, astounding, marvelous, TASIS England students had tea and cakes with the Head of School while discussing the ways they are shaping and reshaping our community and the larger world. They complimented and laughed with (and at) one another and solved world issues from bitcoin to diabetes.
Posted 03/10/2018 09:00PM
On Wed, 26 September, Janne Ritskes from The Tabitha Foundation in Cambodia came and spoke to all of the TASIS Economics students. She recounted the trauma caused by the Vietnam War and the Pol Pot Regime and helped the students understand the legacy of this period on the people of Cambodia today.
Posted 30/09/2018 12:53PM
This story was published last Friday in the Comet Series newspapers: Surrey Comet, Kingston Comet, and Epsom Comet. Congratulations, Ethan!