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The British College of Brazil
Our community is comprised of more than 38 different nationalities, brought together by common interests, internationalism, academic excellence.
Ambitious global citizens, prepared to make a positive impact on our community.
Our pupils are interested in the world. They are open minded and caring individuals who reflect on everything they do in order to contribute positively to the world they live in.
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We recruit the best teachers to inspire your child to thrive in an ever-changing world!
A Global and Personalised Learning Environment
A curriculum that encourages all students to be responsible global citizens, independent learners, and ambitious for themselves and others.
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After receiving an undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh and a masters degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Oxford, I spent a year as a data scientist in a small startup in Prague. However, I soon discovered that I enjoy teaching far more than I do data science and I went back to the University of Oxford to train to become a secondary maths teacher.
What is the mindset of a mathematician? Is it someone who just follows rules? Or is it someone who has a mad sense of creativity...
As teachers, we try to know all of our students as well as possible: we try to understand how they work and feel and then we use...
A lot of people remember doing hundreds of very repetitive questions in their maths classes. Is there a point to such repetition...