Why not try an international approach to your child’s education?
Here is a school that is certain to meet all your expectations:
The British School of Brussels: an international teaching approach
In today’s world, people travel, explore different cultures, and speak several languages. The British School of Brussels (BSB) offers an international education to all children, from ages 1 to 18 years, to prepare them for the cosmopolitan world in which we live.
BSB is an international teaching and learning community that uses a collaborative approach to inspire nearly 1,350 children, from 70 different nationalities, to achieve success. The school derives some of its strength from the mix of its students’ cultural backgrounds, its location at the heart of Europe and most importantly, the quality of teaching and learning staff.
BSB is based in Tervuren, on a stunning campus and is much more than a school, with an infrastructure that enables all its students to develop their skills and confidence in many different areas. Children can develop their sporting abilities thanks to the ultra-modern sports centre and the superb swimming pool, or develop their artistic talents in music, dancing and the theatrical arts at the recording and dance studios, and the theatre.
The Principal, Melanie Warnes, explains that “At BSB, individuals from all over the world come together to create a relaxed, inspirational and supportive learning environment for all. We encourage self-respect as well as respect for others and the world at large.”
The British School of Brussels: a major asset in your child’s development
BSB is the only school in Brussels to offer three recognised pre-university routes from age 16: A Levels, International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and BTEC vocational courses. While also offering a French/-English bilingual programme, which is available to students aged four to 14 years.
BSB is about much more than formal education, with a true student lifestyle for all thanks to its range of enrichment activities. Children can take part in over 100 different activities during and after school including team sports, chess, developing their IT skills, photography, cooking, theatre or dance and much more, helping to improve their learning; preparing them for their future adult lives.
There is much more on offer than the aspects that have been described, so if you would like to learn more about the values and educational approach of The British School of Brussels, now is a great time to take a look at the website and watch the introductory video:
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