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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.

    Our School

  • 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.

    Students

  • Qualified and Inspiring

    We recruit the best teachers to inspire your child to thrive in an ever-changing world!

    Teaching staff

  • 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.

    Learning

  • Find out what is happening in school!

    Find out what is going on at school each day and learn more about the one-of -a-kind opportunities for students.

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  • Apply Now!

    Our Admissions Department is open throughout the year and would love to learn more about your child and your expectations. Schedule your tour today!

    Admissions

  • We would love to hear from you!

    Our dedicated and friendly staff will be happy to assist you with any enquiries.

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Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education

Providing proper guidance and support for students during their time with us is a critical part of our mission. Our aim is to ensure that every boy and girl at BCB develops in a positive way morally, spiritually, socially and culturally.

Every student is assigned a tutor who provides overall academic and personal guidance to students under his or her care. Students meet regularly with their tutor both as a group and individually to discuss progress and any problems or concerns. The Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education programme is delivered in tutor groups throughout the school year. 
 
Every student is also a member of a school house: the Romans, Normans, Vikings or Saxons. Many of the school’s social and music events and sports competitions take place within the context of the house system. They also give students the opportunity to engage in formal and informal leadership roles, work as a team and contribute to the house and school communities. Students are expected to take on leadership positions within their houses in the form of House Captains and Vice Captains.