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  • A dual curriculum

    We are the only international school in the region to offer a dual British-Uzbek curriculum

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    Our students are always seeking ways to improve themselves and the community around them

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Primary School

Throughout Primary School, we give students a strong learning foundation.  Students benefit from a solid base in all subject areas, with a clear focus on embedding English and Mathematics skills. Learning driven by student curiosity is encouraged, recorded and celebrated as part of an effective learning pathway. 
Our expert Teachers provide a broad curriculum, stimulating wonder and the unique interests of the individual. Teachers then work on a one-to-one basis to explore strengths, challenges and set individual targets to track different rates of progression. Our goal is for every student to fulfil their potential through hard work and support until they are confident independent learners.  

As we follow the English National Curriculum, our teachers have high expectations of students and differentiate for particular needs in the class. We acknowledge that every child is unique, with their own attributes and abilities. Therefore, our teachers are trained to plan and teach to the individual needs of their students, ensuring they make excellent progress. We make certain all students are challenged and supported in and out of the classroom.


Learning outside the classroom is a very important part of life at BST to enhance development. We enjoy taking students on trips and engaging them with extracurricular activities through our after-school clubs every term.

BST is also an inclusive school, and we work with students and parents to ensure that each child fulfils their potential. Many of our students learn English as an Additional Language and we have a dedicated EAL department, who are on hand to support each child with their English fluency, reading and comprehension through targeted support. 

At Key Stage 1 learning is broad and balanced. We provide rich and stimulating learning environments, where children love discovering new concepts, communicating and connecting subjects to everyday life.


Our Key Stage 2 learning integrates subjects so that we can form links between them and give coherence to children’s understanding. We choose themes across the school and break down work into termly and half-termly sections to ensure logical study progression. We also match teaching methods, activities and resources to the needs of all children through weekly plans, which enables effective communication between teachers and parents.

As a part of the Nord Anglia family, we work closely with the Julliard School in New York, to develop talented performing artists. The specialists at Juilliard, work closely with our teachers to support and develop Music and Drama provision, ensuring our students receive the best opportunities to develop in these subjects. 

We also work closely with the Secondary Science and Art departments to develop our delivery of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) lessons, in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Students frequently use the STEAM Centre, utilise  cutting-edge resources and collaborate on global MIT challenges.


We offer a range of subjects so that our students may learn new skills and concepts:

Our core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science are taught by class teachers. We utilise specialist teachers subjects such as Music, PE, Art and Design, MfL and ICT. 

As an international school, we place great importance on the learning of a second language and provide opportunities for children to acquire a high level of fluency. Learning a foreign language provides a perfect opportunity to open up and learn about other cultures, fosters pupils’ curiosity and deepens their understanding of the world.

Our Uzbek students in Year 3 to Year 6 also attend Uzbek School in addition to learning the English Curriculum. During Uzbek School, the students learn about the Culture and History of Uzbekistan, as well as developing their Uzbek language skills.

Extra-Curricular Activities

We are committed to ensuring that we provide new and varied experiences and opportunities to learn. Hence, we offer an extensive range of extra-curricular activities and sports programmes, ensuring students collaborate in teams, form relationships and become well-rounded and responsible global citizens of the future.

Every week we run a range of clubs - Arts and Crafts, Chess, Languages, Football, Table Tennis, Homework, Mixed Martial Arts, Robotics and many more. Each term, we look at how we can develop and improve the activities offered and all clubs are free of charge. 

For Years 3 to 6, clubs take place after school on a Tuesday and a Wednesday. 
For Reception to Year 2, students attend clubs within the school timetable.


Our teachers at BST use Assessment for Learning effectively in their everyday teaching to ensure each child makes good progress in every lesson. 

We use GL Assessments: CAT4, Progress Test in English, Progress Test in Maths and the New Group Reading Test to support the teacher’s assessment. 

Teachers set achievable targets for the students to work towards over short periods of time, which are then reviewed and developed throughout each term. 

At the end of each term, parents will receive a Progress Review which reports on their child’s attainment, progress and effort as well as providing some targets to work on at home.