Educational Program

Is the Key to Success

Our Program -

Middle School Program

Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

(Curriculum design, teaching strategies and assessments) Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

Curriculum Explained

(The Middle School at BIS consists of Grades 5 to 8) Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

 

(The subjects taught in the Middle School can be divided into 10 subject groups:) Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

 

The curriculum is designed and delivered to ensure that our students move on from the Middle School to High School years as knowledgeable, inquiring, reflective, principled and independent thinkers.

Name

Middle School Coordinator

Our Program -

Secondary School Program

Secondary School l is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

(Curriculum design, teaching strategies and assessments) Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

Curriculum Explained

(The Middle School at BIS consists of Grades 5 to 8) Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

 

(The subjects taught in the Middle School can be divided into 10 subject groups:) Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

 

The curriculum is designed and delivered to ensure that our students move on from the Middle School to High School years as knowledgeable, inquiring, reflective, principled and independent thinkers.

Name

Secondary School Coordinator