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News from TASIS England

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!
Posted 21/09/2018 08:23AM
The Peru Club organized a "Walk for a Cause." The group of students and teachers took a walk at 7:15 a.m. on September 19. The objective of this action is to support by raising awareness and money for the "Sacred Valley Project," a charity that provides boarding houses for teenage girls in the Andean region of Peru.
Posted 11/09/2018 10:44AM
As part of the study of optics, students got a chance to learn something about the inside of their eyes using just a tape measure and a pixelated image as shown. From a sufficient distance you don't notice the pixels and you see a boy's face, give it a try yourself!
Posted 05/09/2018 01:14PM
Alameer, Grade 12, became a "celebrity" this summer in the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for winning a gold certificate in the UK Math Trust Challenge (UKMT). Not only that, Alameer was the best in the year group!
Posted 30/08/2018 03:25PM
How would you feel if the New York Times chose you over 1330 teenagers to be the winner of the 10-week Summer Reading Contest?
Posted 24/08/2018 08:43AM
IB students who are taking "Theory of Knowledge"(ToK) visited two museums in Oxford yesterday, the second day of school.

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