The annual Bookmark Competition is organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services (GCS) in
conjunction with Dyslexia Gibraltar.
Well done to Elsie Griffiths Year 7 who was highly commended.
A number of Bayside students were selected to play for Gibraltar for the first ever under 18 international rugby game this last Saturday. They played the Swedish national team and made us all proud with their hard work, teamwork and dedication. All skills that will take them far in their studies and working life.
Congratulations to Lyra Cant, Year 8 for winning the Autumn Poetry Competition for her age group. Well Done!
In 2022-23, we will be celebrating Bayside’s 50th anniversary. We aim to celebrate this important landmark in our school’s history with a series of celebrations and initiatives in order to best showcase our school’s aims, ethos and culture, as well as promoting further school improvement.
In the first instance, we will be holding a series of open evenings to provide you with the opportunity to visit the school and meet with some of our teachers. It might be that you prefer to ask questions and discuss concerns in person, so we hope that these open evenings provide you with an opportunity to do this. Our first open evening will be taking place on TUESDAY 15th NOVEMBER at 17:00 in Bayside School.
Additionally, each evening we will be hosting a talk/presentation about a topic we feel might be useful to parents. On this first occasion, Mr Dale Moreno will be addressing ‘The Fear of Failure and Anxiety’ and we will be answering any questions you might have.
We hope to see as many of you here in school as possible.
The Awards aim to celebrate Gibraltar’s arts and culture, looking at the achievements and successes of individuals and groups between July 2021 and June 2022. These awards recognise and highlight potential, ability, talent, and achievement, whilst at the same time supporting the community’s artistic and cultural development.
Zoe won the Best Educational Project with her 'The Memory Project'. ‘The Memory Project’ was a one-off thought-provoking production raising awareness and funds for The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Society. It involved performers from different backgrounds in a collaborative dance/theatre performance interpreting the theme. Zoë also ran workshops for young people encouraging artistic expression through movement. In addition, her event ‘Bodies in Flow’ brought the artistic community together in an original interactive session.
Well done Zoe!
We are pleased to announce that the Diaz Cup will be returning this December, exclusively to Year 12 and 13 students. In its 10 year anniversary, the aim is to raise as much money as possible for charity, whilst running a memorable 6th form tournament.
If you are interested in registering a team you must do so by Friday 25th November, providing a team player list, team name and all registration fees to Mr Bosio.
- Tournament date - Wednesday 14th December (morning group stage with knockout matches in the afternoon).
- 5 a side format and rules will apply.
- Teams must consist of at least 6 players. There is no maximum of how many players can be registered for each team.
- Location - Bayside School sports hall.
- Registration will be £5 per player and this will guarantee a minimum of at least 3 matches.
More information will be shared once the registration date has passed.
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