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Year 6 Prefect
Member of the School Council
Nexus Student Leader
BSB Talks speaker
or even as a participant in the Model United Nations
We offer a rich and varied programme that enables our children to develop a wide variety of essential life skills such as confidence, creativity and collaboration.
We want our students to be resourceful, curious and resilient.
All BSB pupils, and by extension their families, belong to a House.
In Secondary, all students have weekly, timetabled co-curricular Society time where they are given the opportunity to pursue talents and interests outside of the curriculum.
A hugely popular time of the week, Society sessions allow children to try new things and develop new passions in a safe environment - all within the school day.
CAS stands for Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) and is one of the three essential elements that every Pre-university student must complete as part of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP).
The opportunities for character development that CAS provides as a subject are unrivalled. As such, all BSB students undertake it as a compulsory requirement in Year 12 — regardless of their pathway (be it the IBDP or A-level).
All BSB pupils in Years 10, 11 and 12 have the opportunity to participate in The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (DoEIA).
The DoEIA requires commitment over time - a commitment rewarded by unforgettable experiences, and the development of a soft-skills-set that is both vital for life in the world beyond school, and highly regarded by universities and future employers.