The week of 20-24 November was an important one at Thames British School, as it was time for the mid-term assessments!
Assessment week was held across all of the primary school campuses, with students showing off their reasoning skills, patience and diligence. In between the tests, students took breaks to relax, recharge and have a bit of fun.
The youngest children in Years 1 to 3 proved that they can sit quietly, work on their tests and try to answer all the questions. They demonstrated an exceptional level of resilience and maturity and we’re very proud of you all!
Years 4 to 6 found some questions challenging and really had to think about them, but they were well-prepared by their wonderful teachers and are confident in their success. As the children in year 6A at Ochota Campus said, “if we could choose between taking an assessment and getting a present from our Present Box…I think we know which one we’d go for!”
Lower Secondary (Years 7 to 9) also took their assessments this week. The children applied themselves very well, studying hard to prepare for them and meeting the challenge with aplomb.
The assessments were of particular importance for Years 6 and 9, as they were a great opportunity for the students to practice for their Cambridge Checkpoint tests that will take place at the end of April.
Well done to all of our primary students for your dedication and hard work!