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This is the 2020 publication of this student-initiatied CAS Project which has been edited and released during lockdown.
For many children, the return to school will be a great experience! But for some others, and their parents, this is likely to cause some anxiety. We suggest some ideas to use that will help your children feel ready to go back to school.
When we are faced with stressful situations comparative suffering is triggered, especially during the Covid-19 crisis. What should we do when this happens?
It was a screen-free activity launched among Secondary students in response to learning about the Romantic Movement.
This virtual Olympics-style global lockdown competition brought together over 10,000 students from 67 Cognita schools in three regions around the world
This was an optional global competition during lockdown for students to connect and share their creative flair across the family of schools worldwide.
10 tips to foster sleep when confronting the Covid-19 pandemic, a time when sleep becomes even more essential because of its wide-ranging benefits for physical and mental health
With each of us trying to show kindness to the members of our family, our Wellbeing team stresses the importance of showing kindness towards oneself as well.
Head of Sports of BSB shares some recommendations to stay safe and injury-free when doing sport after this long period of inactivity.
Stemming from the idea of reducing screen time of students during confinement, this initiative has evidenced that unplugging from technology is not only healthy but also fosters creativity.
Isolation is BSB Art students opportunity to turn the confinement into a source of creativity: a testimony to how they have overcome and embraced the current situation.
As children under 14 are being allowed to go out for a one-hour walk a day, the BSB Forest School team share their Top Ten List of Ideas to make the most of our time outdoors!
Do we really understand what this means for us and our reality? This post provides some advice in understanding how this crisis is affecting us and some strategies to put in place to help us through it.
This year BSB has led the creative writing element of the project and started it off with the first chapter. The book depicts dyslexia as a superpower!
National newspaper “El Mundo” has singled out BSB among the best 30 international schools in Spain, among only four selected in the whole of Catalonia. This is a recognition of the outstanding performance of our school.
This event was part of BSB Careers and Futures Guidance programme, which makes a connection between academics and professional life so students can make informed decisions about their future
Head of Early Years and Primary reflects on current educational trends: “The world of technology in education seems to be moving away from the gimmicky, bright shiny things to having more of a focus on creative teaching and learning, using a variety of simple and easy tools and ideas”
This Year 7 project was the final exhibition to parents of a term’s work, based around ‘The Past’, involving all Humanities subjects.
For the tenth year in a row, the Secondary English department has run their annual Spelling Bee competition for Year 7.
Anne McEwan, founder of The British School of Barcelona, and current Education Advisor for Cognita in Spain, has been appointed Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in recognition for an entire career of services to British education in Spain.
Sofia (Year 12) and Andrea (Year 13) were interviewed at Ràdio Castelldefels last Thursday on occasion of the fundraise for breast cancer reseach carried out by students during the Pink Out Week in October
Emma Overton, Head of Early Years & Primary at BSB Castelldefels, reflects on the vibrant journey of the whole BSB community leading to the attempt to break Guinness World Record on Global Be Well Day
The U18 girls team won the whole competition, outclassing every team in their division and winning most of their games against other BISA international schools.
BSB breaks Guinness World Record for the most people hopping on one leg simultaneously on Cognita Global Be Well Day. This is a huge achievement of the whole BSB Community that supports our collective commitment on mental health and wellbeing.
Last month, BSB attended the Forest School Conference in Surrey. It was a fantastic opportunity to share best practices, discuss the latest research and evidence and refresh and acquire new skills, as well as a reminder of Forest School's positive impact on children’s wellbeing
The opening event of this year's Jocs Escolars in Castelldefels saw BSB students participating in 8 categories.
“Global Be Well Day” is a unique worldwide event focused solely on wellbeing created and promoted by Cognita, where BSB and 45,000 students in 9 countries participated simultaneously
This summer, at The British School of Barcelona expanded we have expanded our summer camp offer with a groundbreaking 4-day-long Summer STEAM Camp in English,…
The British School of Barcelona is proud to announce that the joint efforts of the whole BSB school community (students across all campuses, staff of…
87 students of BSB Nexus have graduated this school year: A new cohort of BSB Alumni face a bright future full of dreams and expectations.
Members of the seven Cognita Spain schools took part in a gamification session as part of their training and networking programme.
Friday, 14th June, saw another emotional reunion with former students of BSB. Since the launch of the BSB Alumni Network exactly one year to this date, the number of BSB graduates that have reconnected with the school has kept growing.
BSB joins United Nations dedicated day to raise awareness of the issues affecting the environment and how to protect the natural world. From a beach clean to the design of an environmentally-friendly lunchbox and air-pollution masks, our students' creativity has no limits.
This year BSB Sitges is leading on the creative writing element of this creative, collaborative, student-led project within the Cognita family, with over 20 schools across the network collaborating.
An authentic experience for the students and an opportunity to practise their German while learning the history of Berlin
One of the best way to showcase the work done by our Year 12 students throughout this school year as part of their CAS subject…