Each child is allocated to one of four Houses upon entry to BSB, named after rivers of Romania: Arges, Danube, Mures and Olt. Pupils are able to win House Points for good behaviour and contributions to the community as well as taking part in the many House team events. The Houses compete to win the coveted House Trophy at the end of the academic year.
House Points - Primary
House Points are given for positive social behaviour e.g. kindness and thoughtfulness to others and contributions to the school ethos (both staff and pupils). House Points are only used positively and never deducted. House Points are collected from each class on a weekly basis and announced in assembly. A running total is displayed in the Newlands Hall.
House Points - Secondary
Points are awarded to each House based on their success in competitions throughout the academic year. House Points are also awarded for the collective academic effort of each House taken from each reporting session. House Colours are also awarded to individual students who demonstrate enthusiasm and support for their House. At the end of the year a trophy is presented to the House with the most points and a BSB House Award is presented to students who have shown particular commitment to their House and School.
BSB House Champions