• Drop Everything and Read
    This year we are placing a strong emphasis on reading at Brighton International School.  You can help your children to improve their reading by trying some of these activities at home: Read a book together. If you don’t have any books at home you can find plenty online: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ (great selection of books divided by age group, registration required) https://openlibrary.org/subjects/children’s_stories (better for more advanced readers, no registration required) Remember to be patient and supportive. Set a time limit and let
  • New Beginnings, January 2021
    Dear Brighton Families,  So far it has been a good start to the New Year! 4 days of school and the children have been fantastic, I can feel their enthusiasm and see how happy they are to be with their friends and teachers.  Thank you for following the COVID19 guidelines and being on time with drop-off and pickup times. Please keep it up! As part of our commitment to quality education and due to the Covid19 disruptions, we have decided
  • November COVID 19 update
    05 November 2020 Dear Brighton Families,  We ask that all parents and children remember they must wear masks when coming to school and continue to practice regular hand cleaning. Do not send your children to school if they are sick, coughing or have a temperature, no matter how mild the symptoms are. We will be forced to deny entry and will send students back home if symptoms develop whilst at school. We support and follow the guidelines from the Ministry
  • Brighton International School is allowed to OPEN!
      Thank you to the MoEYS Cambodia for your guidance and support in allowing us to open our campus in a safe and hygienic environment. Our school will reopen on Monday the 12th of October. We will provide more information shortly about schedules and new routines. I would also like to thank all our parents and supporters for your patience, encouragement and continued trust in us.   We will continue to strive to provide high quality and motivational learning to
  • Ministry Of Education Youth and Sport Inspection
    Dear Brighton Community, On Monday we were privileged to have representatives of the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS) visit our school. They did a thorough inspection of the campus to check that we are able to follow the Ministry’s hygiene and safety procedures in preparation for re-opening. We had a productive meeting where they provided analysis and recommendations to ensure compliance with the Ministry of Health’s SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures). In order to minimise the risk and spread
  • Ministry of Education School update
    Dear Brighton community,  I hope you’ve had an enjoyable Pchum Ben and that you managed to spend some time with friends and family and managed to get some rest and relaxation.  We are still waiting for the relevant Ministries to visit our school. In the meantime, we are continuing with our online morning and afternoon classes. At the school, our teachers and TA’s are continuing their hard work on our new campus implementing the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) issued by
  • MOEYS announces potential reopening of schools
    11/07/2020 Dear Brighton Community, As many of you have heard, some schools are set to reopen in the coming months. As such, we would like to provide you with an update on our current situation. The Khmer Times has reported that “There will be three phases which will be implemented before schools reopen throughout the Kingdom.” If the first phase is successful and no new cases of Covid 19 are detected, the ministry will implement the second and third phases.