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Primary School

Guiding your child to become more creative, curious and caring.


The BBIS Primary School is a collaborative learning environment in which children truly thrive. We believe in nurturing optimism, kindness, playfulness and personal growth; and we believe kids are capable of all these things, and more, from an early age.

At BBIS, kids enjoy access to bright, spacious classrooms with the latest teaching and learning tools. Beyond the classroom, we encourage plenty of time learning in the natural environment, too.

We value and depend on the partnership between school, child and home. Families enrich our learning community, and together with the school, support students’ learning, growth, well-being and agency.Jonathan Butcher, Primary School Principal

Reggio Emilia

From age 3 to 5, the children in our Early Education (EE) Community join multi-age classes that take inspiration from Reggio Emilia.

IB Primary Years Programme

From age 6 onwards, students join Grades 1 to 5. We offer a challenging, comprehensive and engaging curriculum as part of the IB Primary Years Programme.

Reggio Emilia


IB Primary Years Programme