The month of March saw a flurry of activity and fabulous events at The British School of Geneva, showcasing all the amazing learning opportunities available to our students.
BSG celebrated British Science Week with a range of activities across both our Primary and Secondary schools. Students got involved in numerous hands-on experiments and became fully-fledged scientists for the week, working on a range of exciting practical and knowledge-based activities.
Making pirate gold was the theme of the the student-led lessons for Year 5 and 6 students, who were taught by their peers from Secondary school. The Science Lab was a hive of activity throughout the whole week!
Our Year 9 students became forensic scientists for the day investigating finger prints, while Year 13 students lead an exciting Key Stage 3 science quiz for a whole-school Science challenge.
Great work everyone!