Often when we plan a particular learning experience, there are multiple levels on which the students learn.The animation workshop that took place at BEPS Secondary School was a great example of this.
The BEPS Winter Fair is one of the special events that is always eagerly anticipated by the children. They enthusiastically prepare items to sell to the rest of the BEPS community with one aim in mind: to help those less fortunate than themselves.
Our children need as many opportunities as possible to further develop their reading skills and a love of reading. For this reason, we invite parents to volunteer to come into BEPS and hear children read during the school day.
Our Secondary School students had the opportunity to meet the famous artist Gabriel Kuri at his exhibition ''sorted, resorted'.
BEPS International School and PWI Brussels launched a new partnership to promote and consider how we teach STEAM to our future generations.
This week, we celebrated World Maths Day at BEPS and our students spent the whole day immersed in Maths activities.
Last weekend, some amazing people from BEPS participated again in the Relay For Life event to raise money for the Foundation against Cancer campaign.
What makes the Exhibition unique is that it asks Year 6 students, for their final project of Primary school, to create an in-depth project based on a topic of their choice.
Last weekend, BEPS International School hosted a two day IPC & IEYC professional learning event organised by Fieldwork Education
Recently, our students and teachers explored the ancient art form of traditional African drumming. They discovered the significance of djembe drums in West African culture and music.