We've just completed an Academic Year like no other. Yes, there were challenging times, and yes, our students had to work even harder. However, they handled everything in such a fantastic way, guided by our incredible Teachers who worked just as hard as our students. So, everybody deserves a long, relaxing, sun-soaked break!
When you take a break from taking a break, have a look at what we were doing before School ended; click the button below.
Our Headmaster, Mr Philip Walters and our incoming Headmaster, Mr Grant Gillies, prepared a special video message at the end of this Academic Year. We encourage you to watch it.
Check it out here.
The EYFS and Primary pupils honoured the end of what has been an incredibly successful year. During their online assemblies, they celebrated the achievements of their peers and received personalised diplomas highlighting their individual efforts. They also said goodbye to some friends. A round of applause for all of them!See More
Congratulations to our incredible Year 7-9 students who have worked hard in their pursuit of knowledge! Their efforts in areas of academic, artistic and sporting achievement haven’t gone unnoticed. On 16th June they were praised by the guest of honour, Mr. Ian Tilling, the President of Casa Ioana, a charity organisation the BSB students support through many fundraising initiatives.
17th June was the time to celebrate the hard-won victories of the Year 10 and Year 11 students, too! The festivities took place on the BSB campus and were aired online, the same as the Secondary Awards ceremonies. The students had the honour to receive their prizes and congratulations from Mr. Philip Walters, Headmaster.
On 16th June we celebrated a year of learning, hard work and achievements for our Year 12-13 students and we wished our graduates the best of luck in their future endeavours. We were delighted to have as a guest of honour his Excellency Mr. Andrew Noble, Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. His Excellency gave an inspirational speech sharing the benefits of the British curriculum and how this is reflected in the academic results of the BSB students. Congratulations to all our students for their hard work and dedication!
On 16th June, Year 13 dressed up and celebrated their time with BSB at the annual Leavers' Dinner. This year's event was incredibly emotional because they have to go their separate ways after navigating such challenging times. However, we're confident that during the time they spent at BSB they formed unbreakable bonds that will survive the test of time.See More
Among our Year 13, some students took learning to a whole new level. They worked hard, with commitment and determination, and unlocked various achievements in community service, cultural awareness, communication skills, physical development and academic success. These are the students that earned the coveted BSB Prize! Congratulations to all the winners!See More
During the Key Stage 5 Awards Ceremony we celebrated our students who set high goals and challenged themselves mentally and physically in the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award. They had the honour to receive their certificate from Mr. Shajjad Rizvi MBE, Chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award in Romania. Congratulations! May courage, resilience and hard work always pay off! Congratulations to all the IA Gold and Silver students who have taken their challenges in the Piatra Craiului and Terra Saxonum regions this month.See More
This year, the competition judges agreed that BSB's Got a Lot of Talent, ranging from singing, to dancing, drawing and to coding! After receiving such great performances from the students, they had the difficult task of deciding the winners. We congratulate all the students who put in the effort to audition for this year's talent show!
The BSB Reporters have created more new articles on different themes. Find out, through their words, about the process of applying to competitive universities or about the CSLA programme.
If you gave in to your sweet tooth and bought cookies on 18th June at our special Bake Sale, thank you! You’ve made many children very happy. All 3,504 lei raised during this charity initiative will support the Child Life Programme developed by Fundatia Inocenti, a unique initiative that aims to bring medical dolls to children in need.See More
On 25th June 2021, students left their traditional School uniform at home and made a statement to help raise funds for Casa Ioana’s ‘Sponsor a Child’ campaign. They wore their favourite outfits and donated to our partner charity to support the children who have grown up in an abusive environment. Thank you all for your kindness!See More
The new edition of the School Magazine is out, ready to be a good Summer read. This number features accurate coverage of what we've done in the Summer Term. Enjoy the reading!