Walt Disney’s brilliant animation was inspired by an unexpected source: The Wallace Collection’s French 18th-century Rococo pieces, which creatively influence scenes in Frozen, and The Beauty and the Beast. TASIS students recently explored this creative partnership, currently on display at the “Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts.” exhibit.
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TASIS England is delighted to announce the excellent Advanced Placement (AP) exam results achieved this year. Congratulations to our AP candidates who achieved an 88% pass rate and an impressive average mean score of 3.85 out of a maximum of 5, significantly higher than the world averages of 63% and 3.05, respectively.
TASIS England is proud to announce the 2022 exam results for its International Baccalaureate (IB) students. This year’s IB Diploma Programme candidates achieved an impressive 100% pass rate and an average point score of 35, considerably higher than the worldwide averages of 85.6% and 32 points, respectively.
Upper School English teacher Brenda Clark is committed to the conservation of the natural world. She has put her passion into practice by looking after the beehive in the Fleming Garden.
Thank you to one and all for joining us last Saturday and making the return of the TASIS Mayfair such a success!
Eleven students, joined by Mr. Hughes and Mrs. Aguais, traveled to Spain to take part in the annual Barcelona Model United Nations Conference (BIMUN), sponsored by the prestigious ESADE institution.
Congratulations to TASIS senior boarding student Max S. on the completion of his Eagle Scout Project. With a focus on biodiversity, Max planned, organized, and led fellow scouts, boarders, and classmates in building birdhouses and bat boxes to be placed on the South Campus of the school.
We are very proud of the achievements of ninth grader Tuana C. who recently played with the Volleyball Development Camp (VBDC) club team in the under-15 final in the Volleyball Grand Prix Nationals at the end of April.
On March 26, TASIS senior Will S. was recognized with a Scout Court of Honor for earning the rank of Eagle Scout – Scouts, BSA's highest award.
TASIS students who are members of Scouts, BSA Troop 301 have been having a busy time. In February, they camped and hiked in the Brecon Beacons in Wales. During Spring Break, they traveled to France for the Transatlantic Council's Normandy Beach Camporee 2022.
On Wednesday, Grades 6 through 8 came together in the Fleming Theatre to hear the polished performances of the finalists in the Middle School Speech Contest.
This month's Spotlight on Service features grade nine student Ashley’s initiative to spread awareness about recycling and educate the community about what can, and cannot, be recycled.
The Oscars have come to TASIS! Grade 12 English students completed their film projects this week. Groups created a movie inspired by their study of The Collector by John Fowles. The project ended with an Oscars vote where students evaluated their peers’ work and then voted on the various Oscar categories.
We are proud to announce that TASIS England won the “COVID-19 Safeguarding Award” category for the Safeguarding and Child Protection Association (Sacpa) Safeguarding Awards 2021-22.
“In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I've been turning over in my mind ever since. Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, he told me, just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the advantages that you've had.”
Students in the TASIS England boarding program can suggest evening and weekend activities that they are interested in. Catarina, Grade 9, specifically requested a trip to the ballet in September when she had only recently joined our school. She writes here about this experience of a lifetime.
Developed by Upper School Math teacher Ms. McLean and Grade 11 student Kaan, this weekly program provides a way for Upper School students to make a difference to their learning community by offering Math tutoring and support to their peers.
We are delighted to announce that ninth grade student Tia recently received the Citizenship Award from the UK Education Guide.
We are very proud of our amazing young students are who have joined together in raising awareness about and funds to support the fight against modern-day slavery by organizing a variety of Freecember events.
The first Spotlight on Service of the new year features six Upper School students – Sophie, Soph, Ore, Sophie, Ella, and Danielle (Grade 11) – and their coordination of a Toy Drive to support the Addlestone Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Toy Appeal.