The older students touched on topics such as kinetic energy, hydroelectric power, deforestation and the wider significance of rivers. They stretched their own learning by considering how to ask factual, conceptual and debatable questions in creative and memorable ways. Year 6 students had also the chance to tour the Secondary School and ask their hosts […]
Month: April 2020
The Lower School and Early Years children also enjoyed some Maths trails around the school and the school grounds. This involved a lot of counting of trees, windows, doors, gates, number of steps, measuring using hands, counting the number of children it takes to fill the big bench in the playground and finding 2D and […]
For the Wish Tree they asked students and members of the public to make a pledge to make the world a more peaceful place. The art and design installations were on display outside La Bourse/De Beurs in Brussels and students read poetry and texts as well as interacted with the public.
“He has such a deep knowledge about where the IB programmes came from and are heading, which compliments BEPS informed, innovative and forward thinking approach to Secondary education.“- Andrew Mitchell, BEPS Secondary MYP Coordinator. The one-to-one and group sessions provided BEPS staff with confidence and advice which will allow them to start the new school […]
In addition, to seizing the spontaneous “teachable moments” which are driven by the children natural inquisitiveness, teachers at BEPS also plan lessons in the outdoor environment that are linked to their maths, languages or modules studies. Another valuable aspect of learning outside the classroom is the opportunity for children to challenge their bodies physically. As […]