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The British School of Beijing, Shunyi is pleased to announce it is a fully-accredited IB World School, following the final inspection report from the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
BSB will begin teaching the IB Diploma as its graduate programme (Year 12 and 13) starting from August 2014.
The English National Curriculum continues to be the cornerstone of education at BSB from the Early Years programme, through to IGSCEs in Years 10 and 11.
The IGSCE, the English National Curriculum’s Certificate of Education, has a proven track record of providing a solid and successful foundation from which to embark on the IB Diploma course.
The British School of Beijing, Shunyi is part of the international Nord Anglia Education group and has followed the trend of the group’s 27 international schools around the world to offer the IB Diploma as its graduate qualification.
Intense preparation has been put into The British School of Beijing’s IB offer to students, led by an experienced team of IB teachers, making it one of the best in Beijing for those students wanting a bigger choice of subjects per class space, smaller class sizes and more individually-focused teaching.
The school will offer subjects across the areas of Languages, Humanities, Science, Maths and The Arts. Students select 6 subjects to study over the two-year programme and must also complete the Theory of Knowledge, Extended Essay and Creativity, Service, Action (CAS) requirements.
School Principal Mr Andy Puttock said BSB’s new IB Diploma programme was about giving students enough scope to pursue their careers and dreams.
“The IB is the natural next step for us as a school that believes in creating great learning through true academic rigour. We are preparing our students for a world beyond school and we want to give them choices so they can discover for themselves where their true strengths lie,” Mr Puttock said.
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