The BIST way
Enabling and Enriching through Education
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”Nelson Mandela
In addition to our engaging curriculum, our school also provides a range of enrichment activities that allow pupils to explore their passions and interests beyond the classroom.
These activities provide opportunities for pupils to develop new skills, pursue their hobbies, and experience new challenges. The enrichment program includes a wide variety of activities such as sports, music, art, drama, and technology, and is designed to meet the diverse needs and interests of our student body. By participating in enrichment activities, students are able to deepen their understanding of a subject, develop new skills, and gain valuable experiences that will serve them well in the future. Our commitment to providing a well-rounded education that goes beyond the classroom sets us apart and helps our pupils to reach their full potential.
A Foaming Environment
The pupils bring unique energy to the learning environment. Our school values diversity and creates a positive, inclusive culture. The pupils themselves are the heart of our school, and are what make it such a special and dynamic place to learn and grow.
Art is crucial for child development. It boosts creativity, critical thinking, communication, and emotional well-being. Our school values art and integrates it in the curriculum.
Our goal is to inspire and encourage our pupils to develop competence to excel in a range of physical activities and to have a healthy and active life. Physical Education helps children to develop teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, as well as promoting social and emotional well-being.
More about our student community
Our school is located near the beach, providing a unique and dynamic learning environment for our pupils. Being a beach school offers many opportunities for pupils to engage in hands-on, experiential learning and to connect with the natural world. By being a beach school, our pupils have access to a wealth of resources and opportunities for learning, growth, and exploration.
Visits and trips
Trips are an important component of our school’s curriculum and provide pupils with valuable opportunities for learning and personal growth. Trips help to broaden pupils’ horizons, deepen their understanding of the world around them, and provide hands-on, experiential learning experiences. Through trips, pupils have the opportunity to visit museums, cultural and historical sites, and other educational institutions, and to participate in outdoor activities and sporting events.
Pupil voice and school council
Our school values the opinions and perspectives of our pupils and has established a system of pupil voice and a school council. This allows students to have a say in the decisions that impact their education and helps to create a more inclusive and engaging learning environment. Through the school council, pupils are able to provide feedback, express their ideas and concerns, and participate in decision-making processes.
Assemblies are an important feature of school life. They act as one of the main ways by which we create our positive reflective ethos and promote our values-based education. As a school, we reflect on the previous weeks, share successes, celebrate our pupils’ achievements and encourage them to speak up and share their ideas.
Our school has a system of houses for both primary and secondary pupils, which helps to foster a sense of community, competition, and collaboration. The houses provide a structure for organizing sporting events, competitions, and other activities, and help to create a positive and supportive learning environment. Pupils are assigned to a house and have the opportunity to earn points for their house through their academic achievements, sportsmanship, and participation in school events. The system of houses helps to build a sense of pride and belonging, and encourages pupils to work together and support each other.
Our school values the importance of community service and encourages pupils to be involved in charity work. This provides an opportunity for students to give back to their local community and to make a positive impact on the lives of others.
Our school recognizes the value of this type of experience and provides opportunities for pupils to be involved in charity work, both individually and as a school community.
Is your child going to primary or secondary?
Children ages 3 to 6
Children ages 11 to 18