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2018-22-03 08:03:44

The British School of Ulaanbaatar is proud to announce our Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) Year 11 students Khulan, Aranjinsuren, Anar, Anirlan and Year 13 students Minjinsor and Sondor. Nearly 1000 delegates and 100 faculty advisors from around the world have attended this conference held in Beijing, PRC between 15-18 March 2018, to confront and debate issues of international importance.


Congratulations Khulan and Aranjinsuren!

This year’s committees grappled with some of the most complex issues of our time. The students have been passionate, enthusiastic and ready to learn. They have discussed the weaponization of natural resources, considered the implications of terrorism for minority groups across the world, addressed the growing problem of water scarcity. This experience enabled our delegates to experience the challenges of diplomacy first-hand.

This conference provided an opportunity for us to learn new things, develop our writing and speaking skills, and make friends from around the world.

A special thank you goes to Sondor who played a key role in organising the team and to Ms Bolor, University Counsellor, for supporting the team, and to the parents for enabling the students to take on this challenge. This was an invaluable opportunity for the team to expand their mindsets and further their development as global citizens.

On behalf of the Board, Head of School, teachers and staff members we congratulate you and wish you the best for future competitions!

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End of Term letter to parents

Dear Parents / Carers,

We are approaching the end of a great Term 1 and we are excited to share some highlights from this with you.

We are proud of your success.

Khan-Uul District Futsal Championship was held on Saturday and the final games were played on November 12th. The competition was attended by 4 different age groups, covering over 870 children in the Khan-Uul district.

Parents evening Term1

On Tuesday 16th October and Thursday 18th October the Primary and Secondary schools will hold a consultation evening to enable you to speak with your child’s teachers. If you have children in both schools, please make appointments on the same evenings for your convenience.