Bromsgrove International School Primary and Secondary Campus is a UK school. The academic curriculum followed is quite rigorous as the school follows the traditional British education system which imparts an international standard education in students.
The English National Curriculum is followed from Early Years up to the Secondary level. The syllabus is proven to help students adapt to a university education much more easily, especially the British universities. Bromsgrove has another campus for Early Years learners, known as Bromsgrove International School Early Years Campus.
The school is affiliated with the Bromsgrove School in Worchestershire, England, and is able to draw from that institution’s over four hundred years of academic experience, which has significantly contributed to Bromsgrove International School’s outstanding reputation as a top British day and boarding school for two to 18-year-olds within the South East Asian region.
The school also offers a number of diplomas from the Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC). Students thus get an opportunity to widen their learning horizon. The school is affiliated with the Daewon Foreign Language High School in Korea which is an elite preparatory school with a track record of sending students to leading colleges of the world.
Bromsgrove International School Primary and Secondary Campus is located adjacent to a golf course. The school has all the amenities required for the healthy growth of a child including performing arts centre and sports facilities.
The class sizes are kept small to provide personalized attention to each student. There is a strong focus on English at the primary and secondary level. Apart from English, there is also a strong emphasis on Mathematics and students further get to learn languages such as Thai, Mandarin and Korean which are all taught by native speakers.
All secondary students have to take the school’s signature wellbeing programme Building Effective Attitudes and Mindsets or commonly known as BEAM which is similar to UK’s Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) programme. This is to enrich their lives and encourage them to explore their own abilities. The school even has weekend trips where the students are taken to explore markets, cinemas, shop downtown, and more.