Whether your child starts at BSB in pre-school or at post-16, and regardless of whether they stay for just a few months or their entire educational journey, we’re there for the whole family all the way through – and, in many cases, before and beyond.
Ours is a diverse and respectful school community, made up of over 70 different nationalities. We forge strong relationships with our families because there’s so much we can learn from each other, and we believe that the most fulfilling education is one which broadens horizons in every sense.
Although many of our families remain with us for years, for others a stay in Belgium is a more temporary arrangement. A bespoke British-meets-international curriculum, along with a warm welcome and commitment to our ‘arms around families’ approach makes settling in and, if required, moving to a new school a seamless process.
Families of BSB
Our parents’ association, Families of BSB (FoBSB), is a welcoming, dynamic and highly
supportive group. Run entirely by parent volunteers, FoBSB organise and run a huge range of settling-in
activities and events, from initial welcome phone calls and arranging ‘buddy families’ for new starters to language conversation groups and babysitting lists. FoBSB also organises bigger events, including an annual Charity Summer Ball and an end-of-year Picnic on the Pitch. Each year, the committee donates between €20-30K to a wide range of charitable causes, and we’re very proud of our 30 year partnership with the Belgian Special Olympics. Put simply, we’re part-activity group, part supportive network, and we’re open to all to help you feel at home. We’re looking forward to meeting you.
Cavell House is our dedicated parents’ centre, located close to the school entrance. It’s a bright and welcoming purpose-built space perfect for relaxing, socialising or joining one of FoBSB’s many activities, from cookery demonstrations and craft clubs to pilates and first aid courses.
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