In the second of our six part series, showcasing work from our BTEC Creative Media Production students, we are featuring the video made by Andrew Ogonji.
As part of their BTEC Qualification, our Media students are required to create a promotional video. Naturally, they have created videos promoting BISA! All of the filming, interviewing and editing is done solely by the students and each of them have produced an excellent film that shows the best of what BISA have to offer.
BISA's termly Positive Parenting workshops cover a range of topics over a wide scope of ages to help keep parents informed of issues that might arise with their children and provide a toolkit for supporting their children positively through different circumstances.
A parent recently got in touch to give feedback on her own experiences of the workshops and their impact on her own family.
"I thought of writing this little note to parents who are missing out on the most interactive and informative positive parenting workshops which I have been attending for the past three/ four years at BISA, conducted by Miss Yvonne Chingombe.
I try my best not to miss the workshops because Miss Chingombe prepares them so well and covers the most important areas in the subject set for that particular workshop.
Miss Chingombe, from your workshop, it has given me a better insight into my child. It helps me ease the transitions into all stages of my child’s life so that I’m aware of what to expect and how to handle my child in a positive approach at all stages.
Last weeks workshop for example was on “Body Image”. It covered all areas widely and from that evening I started putting into practice what I had gathered from the workshop. To my surprise it has been two weeks now and I won the battle in no time which I was struggling for the past one year. Parents who attended confided the problems they were facing and their concerns, solutions were discussed openly and I’m sure helped all the parents.
Just listening to these productive workshop, I personally have learned a lot, and it has changed the way I understand my child and be able to deal with challenging situations easily with positive outcomes. Lastly, I feel so blessed that I have the opportunity to attend these fruitful workshops." - Parita Rajul Shar, BISA Parent
Welcome to the first of a six part series, showcasing work from our BTEC Creative Media Production students. As part of their BTEC Qualification, our Media students are required to create a promotional video. Naturally, they have created videos promoting BISA!
All of the filming, interviewing and editing is done solely by the students and each of them have produced an excellent film that shows the best of what BISA have to offer.
This week, we showcase the video made by Kisha Ndyetabula, who is also this year's BISA Media Prefect. This short film was shown at last week's Bonfire Night celebrations.
The annual BISA Bonfire Night on Friday 3rd November was a resounding success! With fun stalls, delicious food, wonderful entertainment and, of course, a spectacular fireworks display, a lot of fun was had by all.
Enjoy our video slideshow of the event!
A massive congratulations to our very own Ms. Pauline Sekemi and Nurse Florence Malya for their first batch of successful results in their degree programs. Beginning in September 2016, they are studying for Bachelor of Arts with Education and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology respectively.
We wish them luck in their upcoming examinations and trust that all the hard work will pay off.
Meanwhile, one of our Primary students, Tanisi Soni, continues to dazzle on the golf course by gaining a handicap at the youngest player at Gymkhana. She will be using her achievements outside school to boost her Junior Dragon Award. Keep up the great work, Tanisi!