• Did you know?

    We are the only British International School in downtown Beijing, situated in the heart of the embassy district of Sanlitun.

  • Did you know?

    Through Nord Anglia University our teaching staff maintain the highest standards of a rigorous British education.

  • Student Aspirations

    We aim for all our students to become ‘Global Learners, Aspiring Leaders’

  • Be Ambitious

    We create an environment where there are no limits to what our students can achieve, where your child will excel academically, socially and personally.

  • Did you know?

    96% of parents of our current students felt that their first contact with our school was warm and welcoming.

  • Did you know?

    We have a dedicated team waiting to hear from you and support with your transition to the School

  • Connect with Us

    Find out more about what's happening at the School

Zoe Hubbard

Zoe Hubbard

The Head of Primary Phase

Since qualifying as a teacher in 2003, I have taught in schools in London, Brighton and now Beijing. I am passionate about education and providing the best possible education for every child to enable them to fulfill their potential and to prepare them for a successful future.

I have continued to develop professionally including undertaking the Primary Maths Specialist Teacher Programme through Brighton University. I have held a number of leadership roles in schools including Key Stage 2 Leader, Assessment & Reporting Leader, Maths Leader, PSHCE Leader and Acting Deputy Head. Here at BSB Sanlitun, in my role as Deputy Head of Primary, I lead teaching and learning across the primary phase of the school.

My friends and family say I am going through a YOLO phase – you only live once! I am widening my teaching experience and making the most of all the travel opportunities whilst my children are settled back in the UK. I think it is all about stepping outside your comfort zone so that you continue to learn and develop as a person whatever your stage in your life.

What the students say

“I like Mrs Hubbard as a teacher because she likes Maths and I like it too.”

“Mrs Hubbard wears lots of colourful scarves!”

“Mrs Hubbard is special because she gives us challenges.”

“Mrs Hubbard helps me when I am finding something difficult.”