At the British School, we take pride in having a community of students from over 16 different nationalities; our programs and curriculum have been created with global standards, fostering new perspectives, and understanding for other cultures.
We work to inspire in our children love of learning, self-confidence, respect for others, and motivate our students the ability and desire to contribute to their community.
We believe that knowledge occurs when connections are made through and between disciplines. Links between science, technology, engineering, and mathematics enable an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating daily life contexts and situations and using technological and traditional tools to find solutions.
Our process allows our students to develop skills by predicting, measuring, observing, and analyzing. Working as a team, our students develop critical thinking while applying their knowledge in different areas to solve real-life problems.
Our education is based on the constructivist model, and the development of critical thinking.
lasting knowledge cannot be “told” to children, that’s why our students explore and discover on their own, constructing their knowledge through hands-on experiences and problem-solving.
Our children build social, reading, writing, math, and science skills through observing, participating, theorizing, experimenting, and recording their findings, and drawing conclusions.