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    Our school offers an environment of respect, intercultural understanding and integrity, where everyone is involved, valued and successful; a community where individuals make a difference.

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    97% of our parents say their child is developing confidence and independence at our school

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

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    Our students have achieved strong results in the IB Diploma Programme. BISB’s initial average score this year is 2½ points higher than the IB global average, maintaining the gap between ourselves and other IB schools around the world.

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    Find out more about our Sports Department and TEAM BISB!

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Creative Writing Competition in Primary

We are delighted to let you know that we have just launched a Creative Writing Contest in our Primary classes.

  • Creative Writing Competition

The competition is open to Year 1 – Year 6 Primary students.  The deadline for submitting short stories is 2nd February and the winners will be announced on 9th February. Winners will be presented with book prizes and invited to take part in the International Short Story contest for School Children 2018.  Early year students are also invited to participate, their teachers will be writing down their stories.  The theme of the writing competition is based around UNICEF’s World Children’s days themes and students can write about saving the planet, battling waste and being a superhero.  Students can submit their stories handwritten or online to Ms Caroline Mawdsley 3 Marigold.