At The British School of Barcelona we believe in a holistic education which ensures that every child has the opportunity to develop academically and beyond. Our vision is that our pupils should become successful lifelong learners, confident individuals and responsible global citizens.
Our Enrichment Programme ensures that we provide this through a wide ranging number of activities to stimulate curiosity, independence and personal endeavour well beyond the academic curriculum.
The three pillars of our Enrichment Programme are:
Sessions aimed to monitor academic performance and help pupils develop in areas such as critical thinking, expression of opinions, self-confidence, leadership qualities, initiative and public speaking skills.
Assemblies are weekly gatherings of all or part of the school community for a shared purpose. They act as a medium for dealing with matters of great significance.
Weekly co-curricular clubs that take place during the school day to support the development of a range of skills and attributes by focusing on areas such as sport, music, drama, sciences, art, debating and fundraising, among many others.
The combination of all of these, together with other co-curricular activities, such as peripatetic music lessons, sports tournaments, talent competitions, educational trips and performances, and fundraising events, contribute to our students’ development of spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of an all-round education, as well as physical well-being, and help maximise their personal and academic potential.
Music at BSB
“Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced” (Leo Tolstoy).
Art & Drama
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire" (William Butler Yeats)
PE and Sport
“The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person´s determination” (Tommy Lasorda).
Our continued partnerships and affiliations with worldwide not for profit organisations (NGO) offer a range of different educational opportunities for our students to develop responsibility and awareness of their role as global citizens.
Work Placement Programme
Created for Sixth-Form students, our Work Placement Programme is an opportunity to gain invaluable insight and hands-on experience into the World of Work.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award equips young people for life and work. Every year, more than 50 BSB students start their Award journey or continue to the next level.