Chatmore is proud to announce our newest student leaders: Sam Bean (pictured) – Head Boy; Savio Wilson (pictured) – Deputy Head Boy; Max Whalley – Sports Captain; Chechulae Dowling – Sports Captain. During our awards ceremony in December, we also announced our student council members, school committee members and recognized those who continually uphold our core school values.
Staff and students at one local school turned yesterday’s hail shower into a learning opportunity, with the children getting a real life example of a weather phenomenon they had previously studied in the classroom.
On Thursday, November 1, Chatmore British International School Early and Primary Years recorded their outdoor classroom time and joined thousands of fellow teachers across the globe who took their classes outdoors to play and learn on International Outdoor Classroom Day.
As the staff and students of the Chatmore British International School arrived at their entrance they observed a team of Works & Engineering employees clearing the overgrowth along St. Marks Road, and after noting how hard everyone seemed to be working, the students made them a card to show their appreciation for the work they do.
Michael Lewis, Executive Chairman of Riverston International, part of the Riverston Group™ based in London and Mrs. Angela Fubler, Founder and Director of Chatmore British International School (CBIS), Bermuda, have agreed to establish a joint venture to nurture and expand CBIS as well as extending Riverston’s international footprint.
Join us on May 29th for an Early Years reception. Meet our new Early Years teaching team and find more about our engaging and language focused programme. RSVPs are encouraged. Kindly contact us at 236-3339 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
Chatmore had great success at the Ag Show this year! With three Firsts and two Highly Commended entries, we are very proud of all our students who entered items this year. We can't wait to see what next year has in store.
On April 20th our senior students completed their Outward Bound experience! There were many opportunities for team building, life skills and physical challenges and each student was able to persevere and reach their goals. We are proud to partner with Outward Bound Bermuda and Mr. Anton as we develop personal dispositions in our students.
On March 16th Chatmore held it\'s first ever Leaping Leprechaun walk! We walked from Botanical Gardens Southeast Grounds to the school to raise funds to contribute to our school facility. We were even able to make a donation to Windreach as well! Our walk helped to raise awareness about childhood obesity and encouraged us to make healthier eating choices. Special thanks to Ms. Andi for organising and to Ms. Aoife for bringing her Irish heritage to our event - one of the things we love about our International school!
Clare Sweeney has been appointed as the first Head of School at The Chatmore British International School. A spokesperson said, “Ms. Sweeney arrived on our shores from Hamilton, Scotland and has 12 years of teaching experience with children of all ages. “Ms. Sweeney is a Glasgow University B.Ed [Hons] and PGCE Graduate, and is currently undertaking an M.A in Educational leadership through the University of Bath, England.