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      The British School of Bucharest provides a high-quality British education, catering for children as young as 24 months up to the age of 18. Focused on developing the 'whole child', the UK system enables BSB to tailor the education programme to each individual student's requirements. This allows each child to develop, be challenged and supported at the pace and intensity that best suits him or her.

      With increasing globalisation it is becoming even more important for parents to be able to secure a high standard of education and the National Curriculum for England and its values remain as highly regarded as ever.

      BSB looks to provide children with the education and social skills needed for an ever-changing world, small class sizes and a positive and supportive learning environment.

      The school follows the National Curriculum for England and all of the core subjects are covered, with English as an additional language offered as required.

      At BSB students are challenged to achieve their full potential and to be the best they can be. They will face the challenge of a rigorous academic programme, supported by experienced, dedicated teachers who care about the students they teach. They will form lasting friendships with students from around the world and enjoy a wide variety of experiences and activities enabling them to broaden their horizons. They will be encouraged to join one of the many groups on campus, such as the student council, the eco-committee, the school band, choir, orchestra, or one of the many school sports teams. They will have many opportunities to speak and to perform in front of their peers and in public, and become more confident individuals. Above all, students will receive an education that will prepare them for life and enjoy an educational experience that they will remember fondly.

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