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BEPS talks: animation workshop

BEPS talks: animation workshop

Last week’s HOWOW workshop was a great example of this; our students experienced the design process involved in making a short stop motion animation – creating models, storyboard, sound effects lighting, and shooting. Our explicit goal was to create an animated shipwreck which could be used for the opening scene of our end of year […]

Developing the love of reading in children

Developing the love of reading in children

The class teacher selects pupils for the volunteer to read with for a period of about five minutes. Our volunteers support the child in a range of different ways. If the child is starting a new book, they will ask the pupil to make predictions about what they think might happen in the book. If […]

Learning from the artist Gabriel Kuri

Learning from the artist Gabriel Kuri

They followed Mr Kuri through the display and found themselves reflecting on what they saw, inquiring upon the reasons for choosing materials, forms, and space (none were by chance) and thinking about the meaning in the work. It was a privilege to share the moment with the artist himself, having the opportunity to ask him […]

BEPS talks: sustainable bioeconomy

BEPS talks: sustainable bioeconomy

A team of experts visited BEPS Secondary School to share their journey through the world of STEAM. The first of their workshops was led by two of PWI Brussels Advisory Board members: Geert Maesmans, Global R&D Director at Cargill and Cristina Vicini, Owner at Vicini Strategy. The session focused on working for a Sustainable Bioeconomy […]

BEPS traditions: year 6 exhibition

BEPS traditions: year 6 exhibition

Perhaps most importantly, students need to consider after they complete their research, how they can make a difference in the world, based on what they have learned. This year’s Exhibition featured a range of fascinating topics including Earthquake Safety, Climate Change, Coding, Artificial Intelligence, Electric Cars, The Bangladesh Independence War, World War I, Drama Therapy […]

Fieldwork education regional event at BEPS

Fieldwork education regional event at BEPS

The two-day courses offered the participants the opportunity to engage with teachers with a range of perspectives, whilst developing their knowledge and understanding of the IEYC, or their ability to lead the IPC. The opportunity gave them plenty to think about and they are now looking forward to putting their learning into practice