Today, it is more apparent than ever that a great education is one that equips children and young people with the knowledge, skills and qualities that they need to be successful in learning, life and work. We are therefore proud to be a school in the Whole Education network, a community of schools that share the belief that all children and young people deserve a fully rounded education.
For everyone in our community, this shows just how important it is for us to give all students a wide range of experiences and opportunities. Whole Education schools collaborate with each other to share ideas on how to ensure a fully rounded curriculum.
BSB Principal and CEO Melanie Warnes said “a great education isn’t just about exam results; it’s about enjoying a full range of opportunities and experiences that enrich a child’s life and help them be the best version of themselves; now and in their future. We are thrilled to be the first international member of such a great network, as their international ambassador school.”
“We’re delighted to be working with The British School of Brussels (BSB) through the Whole Education network” said James Pope, WE’s Executive Director for Schools and Trusts. “Our network helps schools, teachers and leaders learn from and with each other on how to deliver the high-quality, whole education that all young people need to thrive in their futures. Working with schools with totally different contexts, perspectives and experiences makes our network even stronger – so we are delighted to be partnering with BSB as our first ever international school!”
“We are looking forward to collaborating for the benefit of the school’s whole community on providing a whole education, while also shining a spotlight on BSB’s brilliant work for the benefit of other schools – in England and internationally. We urge anyone interested in our network, wherever you are based, to get in touch with BSB as our international ambassador school to find out why they have chosen to join our network – or to contact our team directly to learn more about our membership.” James continued.
For more information on Whole Education: www.wholeeducation.org