Branksome Hall Asia Production Presents
It is with great excitement that we announce the 2022-23 Middle and Senior School Broadway Musical Production 'Annie Jr’.
Our aim is to utilize the knowledge and skills within our parent, student and staff community to work together to create a spectacle. Having an inventory of people and skills will help us communicate our needs and find the best support for a wonderful show and theatrical experience.
The performances will be held in the PAC auditorium on December 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7 pm. Tickets can be purchased at KRW 5,000 at the School Center Reception.
Instagram Surprise for Ticket Holders
Use the following QR code to direct you to our secret Instagram filter. Once on Instagram use your camera and hover over your ticket for a special treat.
December 3, 2022, 12 - 3 pm
Plaid Tidings is one of our biggest community events, introduced by a former teacher Angela Lau back in 2014, who was also a student of Branksome Hall Canada where it originated from. In the past, a lot of support has been provided by not only parents but also staff, faculty and students.
This year, we are especially grateful to resume the special event after a 3 year of hiatus due to the pandemic. It is also meaningful that our parents of Friends of Branksome are leading this special event.
Traditionally, the funds raised from a serial of Plaid Tidings supported Moseulpo Children Center under BHA Oulim Project (2015), VEX robotics, JS Class Library Support (2016), a student international service project “Paradigm (2017) and many other initiatives at Branksome Hall Asia.
We are excited to once again resume Plaid Tidings, and hope it is a fun and enjoyable event where everyone can celebrate with family and friends.
Branksome Hall Asia is very grateful for the continued support of our parents and the school community.
Branksome Hall Asia is the only all IB World international school on Jeju Island, with a mission to ‘challenge and inspire students to love learning and to shape a better world’. We believe that this can only be truly achieved through Service.
Branksome Hall Asia’s signature Service Learning program educates students about effective and meaningful service using the Cathryn Berger Service Learning method. Student-led initiatives are encouraged and supported through supervision, and we are very proud of the positive impact our students are having within our local, national and international communities.
We know that amazing initiatives are happening in your school too and understand the impact that like-minded individuals can have when they work together. Therefore, we warmly invite you to come and ‘celebrate and collaborate’ with us, on the service initiatives that you have individually innovated, in our annual Service Fair.
Our Service Fair will provide students in schools all over South Korea with a chance to meet other like-minded students and NGO’s that can help take their Service projects and/or initiatives to the next level. Come and join us!
To be eligible for entry you must:
- Be a student in Middle School or Senior School OR Be a parent group with members who are parents of Middle School or Senior
- Your Service project or initiative should be current or have been completed within the last year.
Junior School students are welcome to present their service projects at the Service Fair this year but will not be entered in the contest stage. A new, Junior School, student category will be added in the 2021 Service Fair.
You will need to decide which category you would like to enter and select this when you apply. Your presentation should be in the form of a poster, with the following specifications:
- Poster size - AO maximum
- Poster materials - Produced using sustainable materials
- Poster style - Visually engaging, clear and in English
- Your poster should also state your name, and your school’s name
Each category will be assessed by a panel of NGOs and Faculty who work within that area of Service. The criteria that will be used to assess each poster is as follows:
- Evidence of organized and sustained communication with stakeholders
- Evidence of the use of SMART and ethical programming
- Evidence that the project design delivers sustainable outcomes.
- Evidence of reflection before, during and after project including evaluation of impact
- Evidence of sustainable plans for development of the project beyond the current year
The winners of each category, as well as the overall winner and runner-up, will be announced at the end of the fair
Q. When is the deadline for the application?
Applications will be accepted by Wednesday, May 26, 2021, while the Fair will be held on Saturday May 29, 2021.
Q. Where is the Fair happening?
Due to Covid-19, the Branksome Hall Asia Service Fair 2021 will be held online.
Q. Who is eligible to participate?
All students of middle and high school age that can write and present in English can participate in the Fair.
Q. Who can I contact about taking part in this Fair?
The Service Fair Team is Ms Florence Wayas (Service Coordinator), Ms Eugine Oh (Director of Marketing and Communications) and Ms Jeongbin Lee (Events Coordinator). You may contact the Service Fair team via the main school phone number 064-902-5000 or the Service Fair email address, email@example.com.
Q. How do I submit my application?
Please submit your electronic application to the fair HERE.
The 2nd Annual World University Fair
ACT x Branksome Hall Asia
Branksome Hall Asia hosted the 2nd Annual World University Fair in 2019. University representatives from top schools around the world were present at this event.
The Fair provided students and parents with an opportunity to interact directly with representatives and learn about the important features of admissions, programs, and context that are unique to each university.
The fair was set to take place on Sunday, September 29th, 2019 between 1:00 and 5:00 p.m. in the Ice Rink building at Branksome Hall Asia.
Students from our neighboring GEC schools attended this event. Branksome Hall Asia hosted a preACT assessment session on Saturday, September 28th, 2019.
Empty Bowls Dinner Night
Food Donors for Empty Bowls Dinner Night:
Parents have traditionally supported this event by donating home-made food, pastries, rice cake, bread, and cookies. Food donors will receive a free ticket to the event. Please support us in continuing this tradition.