The BIST way


Our vision of technology in education

Quality education requires fluid communication between all the different stakeholders: school staff, teachers, families, and students must be able to interact in a healthy and efficient manner.

This is why we have equipped ourselves with modern tools that allow us to manage effective communication in real time, thus improving the deliverability of messages, the transparency of teaching methods, as well as the overall trust of stakeholders between them.

Finally, it is also a way of promoting adaptation and exemplarity in a world which sees technologies developing at a considerable speed: preparing our children for the world of tomorrow remains the priority of our school, and technology in fact. integral part.

Our technology policy

We make it a point of honor to integrate new technologies into the daily lives of children in a responsible manner.

It involves putting their mental and emotional balance at the forefront, which translates into strict rules that protect them on a daily basis.

These measures meet the standards of British education as well as the concerns of parents of pupils. Our charters thus promote access to digital tools but at the same time prevent the safety of children at all levels.

Connecting teachers to pupils and parents

Teachers, parents and students get connected through Classdojo to bring a stunning classroom community experience

Create a positive culture

Teachers can encourage any skill or value in students, whether it is attendance, kindness, caring, or any other positive attitude.

Let students express themselves

We thus allow students to present and share their learning by posting photos and videos on their personal page.

Share moments with parents

Parents feel more involved and informed thanks to photos and videos of moments in class.

Means adapted to each age group


  • Tablets to assist in the collection of work samples and experiences, and creation of digital portfolios
  • Interactive whiteboards and projection devices in every classroom to support sharing and collaboration
  • Use of Tapestry online learning journals

Primary school

  • Computer lab for classroom instruction
  • Interactive whiteboards and projection devices in every classroom to support sharing and collaboration
  • Suite of Google Apps for Education to create projects that support their units of inquiry
  • Provision of digital learning resources and subscription such as Mathletics, White Rose Hub or Bug Club
    The following subscriptions compliment the work we do within the classroom, while granting children full access to all programs via individual usernames and passwords
  • Easily stay connected with your child’s classrooms on ClassDojo
  • You can see all of your child’s feedback from teachers, hear important announcements and updates, and see photos and videos from class (Inclusive of EYFS)

Secondary school

  • ICT room
  • Interactive plasma screen technology in every classroom
  • Digital composition and music notation equipment
  • Students use Google Classroom to access course content in many of their classes, as well as programs like Google Docs or Google Suite to support collaboration while learning
  • BIST is the only school in Tunisia using Literacy Planet – a leading online English literacy platform excellent for helping students improve their literacy skills and track their reading
  • Our school has acquired an online maths programme called Myimaths, developed for teaching, practising and assessing children’s maths fluency across the school
  • All students have a school-based email account, file storage space on our school’s network and access to our library’s online catalogue and research databases

Distance learning

While recent years have been marked by new challenges related to the health situation, we are proud to have been able to provide appropriate responses, oriented on results as well as on pedagogy.

Indeed, while distance learning poses many questions, both in terms of equality of access and quality of teaching, we have always been able to pursue our objectives of providing the best possible education for our students.

In fact, our establishment is distinguished by the competence of its teaching staff, and distance learning has only reinforced the conviction of parents of students that the value of a school lies in its ability to teach, whatever the constraints, and embrace the evolutions of each era.

Finally, experience shows that children have an extraordinary capacity for adaptation, and that it is up to schools and parents to accept the changes that are required.

Together, with courage and self-sacrifice, we can take advantage of new digital technologies to rise to the challenges that education poses in our time. For the future of our children, everything must become possible!

Is your child going to primary or secondary?

Primary school

Children ages 3 to 11

Secondary school

Children ages 11 to 18

Contact us

Primary School
49 Rue du Parc, Tunis 2036
70 240 880

Secondary School
42 rue Socrates, 2015 Kram
70 240 880