We believe that everyone can be a leader, and opportunities for evolved, ethical leadership are plentiful at BSB.
From our Student Presidents, House Captains and Student Council representatives (both Primary and Secondary), to Peer Mentors, Politics Club and Public Speaking, leadership roles help our students indulge their curiosity and build their confidence.
Many of the opportunities available lean towards our students’ regard for sustainability, humanitarianism and social consciousness. For example, Primary school’s popular Force for Good club, Secondary’s well-established Amnesty International group, and our Global Issues Network which has seen students develop a carpool app for teachers and launch a successful Ban The Bottle campaign.
And contrary to outdated stereotypes, leadership isn’t about working alone; at BSB, it’s about working with others to bring about meaningful change, for good.