Report on Activities of the Literacy Week

The week of Literacy at The Bridge International School was observed from Monday, the 4th to Friday, the 8th of February, 2019. Activities that marked that week of celebration were scheduled as follows: Monday: There was a presentation at the (Gym) assembly by Ms Diymba and Mr Assurance on what literacy is. This presentation was […]

A Vijona Africa Connect session

Participating Schools: The Bridge International School Douala, Cameroon & Auburn High School, Seattle, USA. Vijona Africa is a US based nonprofit organisation with a mission to engage 7-17 year olds in all 54 countries in Africa to help identify, nurture and use their talent(s) to serve their communities and continent. Next generation Africans will grow […]


Monday 14th January 2019 was a date all members of staff and students looked forward to with much excitement. The Bridge International School welcomed its Lead Improvement officer Mr Mark Mcloughlin  for its official Compliance visit. The visit was very cordial and aimed at making sure that our respect for international standards and norms is […]


Saturday 15th December 2018 Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting anything in return. Soaking in the spirit of Christmas, the tiny tots at The Bridge International School celebrated the festival on Saturday 15th December 2018 with great enthusiasm. The entire campus was decorated with colourful streamers and balloons and a […]

Charity Fund Raising and Visit

The Voluntary Service Club of the Bridge International School led by Ms Mukom organised a fundraising “Mufty Day” event on Friday 7th December 2018. The visit marked the end of term one activities for the club and was aimed at displaying love and care in action for the sick.  Thanks to the generous donations of […]

TBIS Cultures Day 2018

TBIS Cultures Day is regular annual event that is organised by The Bridge International School to showcase its cultural diversity through presentations by pupils and students. The Bridge International School community is presently made up of pupils and students from 12 different nationalities.

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Annual Spelling Bee Douala hosted by TBIS

Spelling bee brings together contestants from private and public school that compete in spelling words in English. The Spelling Bee concept is an American academic competition. Spelling Bee events brings together contestants from both private and public schools who compete in spelling a broad selection of English words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty. […]

Africa Code week October 2018

Prior to the start of the event, the coordinator of the Africa Code Week for Cameroon – Mr. Jerome Monteu Nana arrived at TBIS, for a last planning meeting with Mr. Mugagga and the ICT Department. At about 12:30 p.m., on the day of the event, participants, who were principally teachers of ICT/Computer Science from […]