Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Overview

The school’s curriculum is based on the English National Curriculum (provided by the British Education authorities), which is both structured, respected, and recognised around the world. This means that any child attending our school, will not only benefit from a rich and vibrant curriculum, but also have the peace of mind that he/she could easily transition into any other British or international school as well as having their studies recognised by the most reputable universities. The curriculum is adapted to allow a more international perspective and include studies of the local language and heritage. 

The notion that learning a second language improves your first, or that playing the violin deepens your reasoning skills, or that a game of tennis might even boost your mathematical ability is not naturally intuitive. It is these ideas that are at the very heart of our curriculum. As children, our learning capability is immensely heightened, and it is during childhood that we can pick up a second language, learn to play an instrument, or develop our athletic ability with an ease. Our curriculum aims high and relies on exceptional teachers to motivate and inspire pupils to relish in their learning.


Pupils who complete their education at BSV will attain a high level of competency across all subjects. Learning is mostly question-based with an emphasis on problem-solving aiming to build up a pupil’s ability to reason and think independently.


Teaching and learning are about making the most of the children’s’ natural curiosity to learn and be inquisitive. In Early Years learning takes place principally through guided play. As work gradually becomes more structured in Primary School lessons are planned to be exciting and engaging.


Teachers plan lessons with differentiated outcomes allowing for a range of achievements. Enabling teachers to match each experience as closely as possible to individual needs while providing scope for pupils to be stretched academically.


A global vision is embedded throughout the entire curriculum, and all subjects extend national borders and become universal.

In addition to a rigorous and challenging academic programme, BSV also runs lively sports, music, arts and drama programmes which present students with many opportunities to develop skills and interests outside of the classroom.

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