Psychologists, educators and paediatricians all agree that early intervention and stimulation in a learning environment play a crucial part and has a cognitive and physical effect in later stages of the child's education.
We are incredibly proud of our students and take every opportunity throughout the year to celebrate their achievements on a day-to-day basis. But the end of school year is a special time full of final exhibitions and celebration assemblies.
At BSB we dedicate time in our curriculum to work with our younger students on promoting a positive body image via a project that we have designed especially for our students and are calling "Be Unique".
12th March saw our first virtual What Next? Careers event ever. With an impressive range of speakers of different professions and backgrounds, this event is an opportunity for students to explore their areas of interest for their future careers.
Early Years is the stage when the brain is more maleable and receptive to learning. Using English as the only language from the very first day in school is key to successful early language acquisition.
To mark International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11th February, we join UN in celebrating women and girls who participate fully in science and contribute to narrowing the existing gender gap.
The current health crisis is having a significant impact in the emotional wellbeing and development of children and teenagers. It is essential to provide emotional support to children and young people at schools and work together with families throughout this process.