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Newsletter 10, Term 4 2019

This marks the last edition of our formal Newsletter for the school year in 2019. First of all I wish to thank you all for the trust and confidence you have bestowed on the school…

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Newsletter 9, Term 4 2019

It is so refreshing and exciting to learn and see how our dear children are progressing this final term. Nothing is more pleasing to see them grow from strength to strength…

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Newsletter 8, Term 4 2019

Let us break the long pause of silence! We need some news from the school end. The first two weeks of this term has been slow but surely grabbed its pace to be well underway.

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Newsletter 5, Term 2 2019

Let us come together and share why we come to this community that we call the big “Bava Family.” It is fast approaching the end of Term Two and you need to hear from us now!

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Newsletter 4, Term 2 2019

This term has been quite disruptive as in week 1 a school day was lost and another in week 2 for the Good Friday/Easter Public holidays. This means that we have to work extra hard to squeeze in as much as possible to compensate for the lost days.

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Newsletter 3, Term 1 2019

The weather has not been that kind at times, but we all have been diligent and up to speed with our children’s educational and care needs. Thank you again. Before I take you inside the classrooms to share the stories of your lovely children, let me briefly outline the rest of this term’s commitments.

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Newsletter 2, Term 1 2019

It has been exactly one month today since we last shared in our Newsletter #1 dated 28 January. Since then so much has happened and changed that we wish to share with you all.

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Newsletter 1, Term 1 2019

GREETINGS ALL AND WELCOME TO BAVA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL! Welcome and seasonal greetings to all our new and old families. It is my greatest pleasure to take this opportunity to welcome you all to Bava International School. Nothing gives me this much pleasure as welcoming back the beautiful smiles and sounds of our dear little children. […]