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    Seventy representatives from 31 Philippine schools in Bahrain, China, East Timor, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, and United Arab Emirates and one alternative learning center in Sabah came to Manila on 17 – 20 May 2016 to attend the 14th Conference of Philippine Schools Overseas at The Diamond Hotel Philippines.

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Message to Fellow PSO Teachers Ms. Ivy Jan O. Simbala Philippine School Bahrain High School Teacher of the Month

When I first came to Bahrain, I was not looking for a “greener pasture”. I just leapt at the chance to leave home, go on a solo adventure in an entirely new country, and simply live my own life.  After 10 years, I find myself re-assessing where I am now and asking myself if it is for the same reasons that I chose to stay here for so long.

I came to Bahrain filled with hope.  Hope that things will be better in school.  And yes, we have better facilities, an environment more conducive to learning and an opportunity to learn other educational systems and international curricula.  Great challenges awaited me in Bahrain.  Coping with homesickness, a culture shift, as well as the demand for a new job are simply taxing.  Yet, I stayed… for ten long years I stayed.

Featured Elementary School Teacher for the Month of October

Teacher of the Month Elementary Mrs. Leda T. Baluyot

Teacher of the Month (Elementary) Mrs. Leda T. Baluyot


“Integrity is being right even when nobody is watching.”

Ms. Leda T. Baluyot, the Philippine School Overseas’ Teacher of the Month, is a primary grade teacher and department head at Philippine School Bahrain. But before this teacher became the gem of the school, she was already an academic and special awardee during her student life.

During her college days at Tomas Del Rosario College, she provided community services like feeding and reading programs to children in remote areas. As the President of the College Educators Club, she graduated with Leadership award.

After a year of teaching in a private school in 2006, Ms. Baluyot taught in a central school garnering the 1st rank in the selection of teachers in public school.

School of the Month Philippine School Bahrain: A Foundation of Wisdom in the Kingdom of Bahrain

Competence, commitment, creativity, and compassion; these are the four core values Philippine School Bahrain instills in their students and teachers. Being the only Philippine School Overseas (PSO) in Bahrain, it envisions to be a leading educational institution excelling in developing students to become competent, creative, committed and compassionate individuals.

Before 1995, many Filipino children in Bahrain experience difficulties due to shortage of seats in affordable schools.  At the same time, those who succeeded in enrolling found themselves handicapped in subjects like Filipino, Social Studies and Philippine History when they returned home and joined the Philippine education mainstream.

Cognizant of these problems, the Philippine School (Bahrain) aims to provide quality education to Filipino children in the Kingdom of Bahrain based on the curriculum prescribed by the Philippine Department of Education to facilitate the smooth integration of home-bound children in the mainstream of Philippine education system.

Poster Making Contest 2015

In time for the celebration of the Month of Overseas Filipinos (MOF) and International Migrants Day in December, the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) is launching a poster-making contest for students of Philippine Schools Overseas (PSO) with the theme: "Overseas Filipino Youth: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally".

Acceptance of submissions starts on 15 October 2015. The deadline of submission of all entries is on 15 November 2015.
Please read the Contest Rules for more details.

Thank you very much!

 

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Entry Certification Form
Contest Rules
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Pranada of PSB brings home the bacon in USP4GG essay writing tilt

Eugenie Marie A. Pranada, a fourth year student of Philippine School Bahrain, emerged champion in the US Pinoy for Good Governance (USP4GG) International Essay Writing contest with the theme “The Overseas Filipinos and their impact in the Philippines”.

The essay focused on the contributions of overseas Filipinos to the economy of the Philippines. It highlights the importance of the participation of overseas Filipinos in the Philippine elections, and the social risks that the children and families of overseas Filipinos faced due to long years of separation or long distance relationships. It also aims to explain the reason why the overseas Filipinos called to be the “new heroes” of the Philippines.

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