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Head of Primary Message Week 14



As the end of the first term comes to a close, I would like to share a thank you to all the incredible staff involved in the making ISB such a great school.


Your dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment to the wellbeing and education of our students do not go unnoticed. Every day, you go above and beyond to create a positive and enriching environment, fostering not only their academic growth but also their personal development.


The impact you have on the lives of our students is immeasurable. You inspire curiosity, instil a love for learning, and serve as mentors and role models. Your tireless efforts extend beyond the classroom, shaping the future of our young minds and preparing them for success in all aspects of life.


Your ability to adapt to various challenges, your resilience, and your creativity in finding innovative solutions are truly commendable. The positive atmosphere you create within the school campus resonates with students, parents, and fellow staff members alike.


If there's ever a moment when you feel the weight of your responsibilities, remember that your efforts do not go unnoticed or unappreciated. You are making a lasting impact, and the seeds of knowledge, compassion, and inspiration you sow will continue to grow for years to come.


Once again, thank you for your outstanding work and for making a difference in the lives of our children. You are truly appreciated.


Thank you 🙏




The latest issue of the ISB Spotlight Community Digest is available now using the link above. With some wonderful photos of International Day, a closer look at Brunei History and Culture, news from across all ISB campuses, a closer look at Early Years provision, an introduction to our student leaders, snapshots of learning and academic excellence. Previous issues are also available here: https://issuu.com/isbbrunei


🗓️ Save the date

Friday 2nd February 2024 is the next Parent Workshop.

Focus: How ISB prioritises transition and continuum across Middle Years. What students & parents can expect from the Y6-7 transition programme. Life in Year 7 & KS3.

Optional: Tour of Sec campus lead by students (Primary parents new to Secondary)

Target: Year 5 and Year 6 parents


I wish everyone a restful break and look forward to returning to school in January 2024.


Mr Michael Everett | Head of Primary






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