Events

On Wednesday evening, 20 April 2016, we hosted a wonderful evening of celebration for our British School Manila sporting representatives. Over 57% of our Senior Students represented the school in sport this year, another fantastic year. There were 'Player Of The Year' and  'Most...
The British School Manila is justifiably proud of its commitment to service learning.  The idea of developing students as global citizens is central to our vision and mission. We are looking for our students to leave us with skills that allow them to make sense of a rapidly changing world...
By: Liezl Bitas, Riana Lago, Frances Petilla, and Miles Sy On the 12th of March, in a collaboration between British School Manila and TEDx - the programme inspired by TED conference designed for a local experience - inspiring speakers came to our school for musical performances and informative...
“As I walked up the 25 steps of the ladder for the first time, I could feel my legs begin to shake. Fear took over. I approached the top of the platform and pulled myself up. I grabbed hold of the bar. In the background, I could hear the words, “ready, 3, 2, 1” and something...
John Daryl Pitcheller, a Civil Engineering student from Adamson University here in Manila, was recently given the honour of presenting his ground-breaking research on PVC Waste at the International Conference on the Environmental Quality Concern (EQC) in the National Kaohsiung Marine University,...
"Young people should be at the forefront of global change and innovation. Empowered, they can be key agents for development and peace. If, however, they are left on society's margins, all of us will be impoverished. Let us ensure that all young people have every opportunity to participate...