Last week, BIST Secondary school students had an exciting opportunity to visit two of Europe’s most vibrant cities: Barcelona and Paris. The purpose of their trip was to participate in Spanish and French language schools and to immerse themselves in the culture and lifestyle of these cities.
The BIST cast members of the BGA-led Aladdin Jr. musical had an exciting week in Birmingham, where they participated in a theatre festival and workshops with West End actors and coaches. The cast members were in high spirits as they won the award for Best Ensemble performance at the festival. Congratulations to the team on this impressive achievement!
We celebrated Earth Day by holding our yearly tree planting activity, and it was a great success. Children aged 4-18, from Foundation to Sixth Form, participated in the event and planted trees at Lisi Lake.
The Lions Basketball team has had an incredible season, culminating in a thrilling victory over the IB Mtiebi School in their final game of the year. With a final score of 66 to 61, the Lions finished the season on a high note.
Last Friday was an important training day for the Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award students at our school. The students participated in a hands-on workshop on emergency first aid, led by AMC’s Dr. Sergey, to prepare for their upcoming practice and qualifying journeys later this term.
The British International School of Tbilisi recently put on an enchanting performance of Peter Pan, featuring young performers who portrayed Peter, Wendy, Tinker Bell, and other beloved characters from the story. The hard work of the Performing Arts and Key Stage 2 teams paid off as they brought the enchanted realm of Neverland to life on stage.
The Beyond COP21 Symposium, hosted by the British International School of Tbilisi, was an interactive workshop that aimed to promote sustainability and environmental awareness among students. This symposium was the first of its kind in the region and has now been implemented in schools across 31 different countries.
Last week, BIST hosted the 2nd Black Sea Games with 6 teams participating. Students from BIST and BGA were joined by those from British Embassy School Ankara and Cambridge International School Yerevan.
Attention all students and parents! The British International School of Tbilisi is thrilled to announce that we are offering a limited number of merit-based scholarships to students in grades 9 and 11 for the upcoming academic year and beyond. Successful applicants will be eligible for 40-100% of tuition fee payments.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce another impressive win for our Lions Senior Boys and Senior Girls Teams! The hard work and dedication of our students have truly paid off, and we couldn’t be more proud of their incredible teamwork and effort. Congratulations to our outstanding champions!
The Secondary Student Council, volunteer students and staff hosted not one, but two Valentine’s Day parties on Friday.
BIST’s PCA successfully raised funds for its community partners during the Christmas Market event. With charities such as the Salvation Army, Life Chance, Ridne Ukraine, and the GDSA in attendance, attendees were able to donate generously towards the cause.
Congratulations to our Key Stage 3 Spelling Bee champions! Noor from Year 7, Isabella from Year 8, and Lazare from Year 9, who also took home the overall championship.
Last week we had the Junior Duke – International award ceremony at BIST where Primary School students following the programme shared their experience, challenges and obstacles they overcame during the process.
Our hearts go out to the victims of the recent earthquake in Turkey. To support those in need, BIST&BGA collected donations of food, clothes, hygiene products, and more.
His Majesty the King has reached out to BIST, through his personal assistant, to express his gratitude for the thoughtful messages and gratitude shown to his late beloved mother, Queen Elizabeth II following her passing late last year.
BIST is supporting those in Turkey struggling in the aftermath of the recent catastrophic earthquakes.
The final game of the Lions Basketball Tournament tournament ended in favour of the “Lions ” with a score of 55-50 giving them the title of the winner.
BIST and BGA hosted the first ever International Student Research Symposium in the BIST Sixth Form Centre.
Last Friday our Senior Girls took on QSI here at BIST and won convincingly, 42 points to 23.
our Early Years and Key Stage 1 students performed their Christmas musical, It’s a Baby!
On the 10th December, our Parents Community Association organized our first ever Christmas Market.
Within the BIST Community Outreach Programme, our students have collected food for 16 families in the Martkopi Refugee and Asylum Centre.The refugees.
Our BIST and BGA Lions basketball team played against the GZAAT school, our near neighbours.
One of the most exciting and active weeks at BIST is our annual Health & Fitness Week.
BIST’s expedition to London’s West End has just returned and our group had a fantastic time seeing two theatre productions of two very different genres.
On Friday of last week, our Secondary students enjoyed a Halloween party with games and disco organised by our Student Council
We are eager to hear the different voices of high school students, to listen to their innovative ideas, to identify the challenges the young generation from different cultural and social backgrounds are facing.
Our COP students turned into teachers for a day!
BIST’s International Evening was a resounding success, marking the event’s return after a pandemic-induced hiatus.
On the last day before the Half Term Break, our Primary classes celebrated Tbilisoba by creating wonderful class Tbilisoba displays.