TBIS Cultures Day is regular annual event that is organised by The Bridge International School to showcase its cultural diversity through presentations of pupils and students. The Bridge International School community is presently constituted of pupils and students from 12 different nationalities. This year's event took place on April 29 2017 at the school premises, wiith sponsors being PIXELS Cameroon & LE GLACIER BIO Enjoy the photos…
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The Spelling Bee is an American academic competition which has been going on in the USA for the past 50 decades. It brings together students from private and public school who compete in spelling words in English.
This competition was first organized in Cameroon by the US Embassy, Yaoundé in 2014 and has been ongoing till date. One of the major objectives of the exercise is enable spellers to enrich their vocabulary reserves since they spend time studying about 1500 words 3 months prior to the completion
Spellers equally boost self-confidence, kill crowd phobia and sharpen their public speaking skills as they have to spell orally in front of a huge cosmopolitan audience.
At the end of the exercise certificates of participation are awarded to participants and the top four spellers are given special prices including books, latest smartphones and tablets and the regional champion carries the trophy home.
This year’s Spelling Bee event was hosted by the Bridge International School Douala with ne of its students featuring among the winners.
This 4th edition of the event has been described by many as the best since the beginning of the exercise in 2014 in Cameroon. Enjoy the Photos...
It was fun and fulfilling. Students and pupils presented their science projects in front of Teachers and their friends. This year's Science Fair was marked by lots of excitement on the part of the students. Exhibitors thrilled their friends with very practical science displays. Below are some of our pictures.
Last thursday 9th of february 2017 TBIS joined the rest of the world in commemorating Safer Internet Day. It was an event like no other because it was facilitated by a TBIS parent, Mrs Ngompe. Students and staff were schooled on internet safety. She engaged her audience in an interactive discourse that left both students and TBIS staff well informed as far as internet safety is concerned. See photos below...
TBIS Sports Day was held on Saturday 04 of February 2017 at the school playground. It so happened that this same day was the World Cancer Day. So TBIS had 2 events to commemorate on that day. The day started with a Cancer day walk by the students. The school population marched around the school neighbourhood distributing flyers in households and passersby against cancer. The day also marked important events and activities such as Zumba for parents and inter-house sporting competitions for the whole school. Trophies and medals were handed to house captains and meritorious athletes. The Main sponsor of the Sports Day was Rwandair. See pictures below…
This year's Funfair was filled with much fun and excitement as the name signifies. Our objective was to raise money for charity. We had many companies accompanying us in this humanitarian cause. We sincerely thank BROLI, MTN, MAHIMA, Supermont, ACTIVA, Elite Job Connection, PIXELS, and QUEEN for their sponsorship in this venture.
The school game village was extremely warm and colourful with many intellectual and sporting games both for children and young adults.
Enjoy some of our pictures below…
TBIS on 31st October 2016 joined the rest of the world in celebrating Halloween. The main objective of this feast at TBIS was to let kids have fun with each other in their halloween costumes. They represented popular figures like Spiderman, Ironman, Dark Angel, Cynderella, Queens, Snow White, Princesses, Zombies, Nurses, Gangsters, Robots etc. The event was colourful with lots of presentations, music and drama. Enjoy the pictures.
Coding is the literacy of the digital age indeed: a whole new language for children to speak fluently and express themselves in the 21st century. This is what brought SAP, the Cape Town Science Centre and the Galway Education Centre to join forces and give birth to Africa Code Week. Last year, the initiative empowered 89,000 youth across 17 countries to either write their first lines of code or simply touch a computer for the first time. The largest digital literacy initiative ever organized on the African continent to date, Africa Code Week received a C4F award (category: ‘Education of the Future’) from the World Communications Forum in Davos on March 8, 2016.
The Bridge International School in partnership with the Ministry of telecommunications and the Africa code Week ambassador hosted the Africa Code Week launch on Saturday 15th October 2016 from 8.30 to 4.00pm. In attendance were the representatives of the Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Employment and vocational training, Ministry of Basic Eduction and a host of other dignitaries. During the event, five of our students presented games programmed on SCRATCH.
Attendees were marveled by the evolution of Information and Communication Technology among our students and encouraged the idea of Afrcia Code Week.
|Participants||SAP Representative||MINESUP Representative|
|MINEDUB Representative||TBIS Director and Host||After a brilliant presentation|
Saturday 29 April 2017— TBIS Cultures Day
Monday 01 May 2017—Labour day
Tuesday 02 May 2017—World Asthma Day
Wednesday 10 May 2017—DELF Examinations