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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.
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Competition helps children learn that it is not always the best or the brightest who are successful, but rather those that work together and keep on going.
In Pre-Nursery this week, the children have been enjoying the festivities surrounding Chinese New Year.
This week we have started our new topic of Superheroes to celebrate our Steam project with MIT. The children have done a range of activities linked to superheroes.
Thank you to all of the EAL parents who joined us for the ‘EAL pastries with parents.’ This was a great opportunity to meet one another and our new EAL teacher, Miss Amy.
As part of the Narrative Writing unit that Year 5 have been studying in their English classes, the children have learnt how to retell a story using ‘talk for writing’.
The Nursery children have been learning about body parts, homes, pets, friends, family and our interests and dislikes.
As part of the Year 3 topic 'Ancient Egypt' the children got their hands dirty!
This week in Science Year 2 have been carrying out an exciting investigation. The children were answering the question: What material will make the best string on a bow and shoot an arrow the furthest?