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We are the only British International School in downtown Beijing, situated in the heart of the embassy district of Sanlitun.
Through Nord Anglia University our teaching staff maintain the highest standards of a rigorous British education.
We aim for all our students to become ‘Global Learners, Aspiring Leaders’
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Located in downtown Beijing, The British School of Beijing, Sanlitun is the only school that delivers the highest quality learning combined with unique global opportunities for its staff and students .
Our Global Campus connects our worldwide family of schools giving your child access to outstanding international opportunities
Imagine how much your child can achieve at the British School of Beijing, Sanlitun with opportunities beyond the ordinary. From being part of a Global Orchestra to everyday inspiration in our Global Campus, your child will love coming to school.
Year 5 Pelicans have been working on slam poetry as part of their English lessons this term. We collaborated to create a slam poem called ‘Imagine’.
The children in Year 2 had a fantastic time at their sleepover on Friday 8th June.
The final MIT Challenge of the year was centred around learning about the potential for biofuel to make transportation more sustainable.
It’s been another wonderful year for the Performing Arts department here at BSB Sanlitun.
What an exciting time everyone had on Friday at our Early Years Garden Party.
As part of our Active Planet Topic the children have been learning about natural disasters. This week the children learnt about how earthquakes occur as well as thinking about and looking at the devastating effects.
What a great session it was today at Mr Suter’s Football Club, I am sure the children will be ready for the World Cup now!
As our topic ‘Africa’ comes to an end, we wanted to celebrate everything we’ve learnt by having a special day dedicated to just African activities.