BEPS International School provides quality international education for children aged 2½ to 12. Literacy and Numeracy are taught using the National curriculum from England. Other subjects are taught through the International Primary Curriculum.
23 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, 1050 Brussels,
02.648.43.11, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.beps.com
The British International School of Brussels offers a British National Curriculum education to children aged three to 11. Teachers are all experienced in the British Curriculum and the school has more than 120 children representing over 30 nationalities. Approximately half have English as their mother tongue and there is an intensive programme of English language support. Admission possible at any time.
163 Avenue Emile Max, 1030 Brussels
02.736.89.81, email@example.com , www.bisb.org
The British Junior Academy of Brussels (BJAB) is an independent primary school for children aged three to 11. In addition to its main school, the BJAB has a purpose-designed Early Years building where the school delivers a dynamic programme of foundation skills. The curriculum is based on the National Curriculum of England and a strong French-language curriculum.
83 Boulevard Saint-Michel, 1040 Brussels
02.732.53.76, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bjab.org
Brussels International Catholic School (BICS) is an independent bilingual (English/French) Roman Catholic school close to the European institutions. The school follows the curriculum of the University of Cambridge and is a registered and fully approved test centre, offering (I)GCSE and International A Levels. The school numbers 600 pupils.
The International School of Brussels (ISB) brings together more than 1,500 students from 70 countries, ages three to 18 years old; it is a place where traditions are valued and innovation is embraced. ISB is accredited by the Council of International Schools and the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges.
19 Kattenberg, 1170 Brussels, 02.661.42.11
Lycée Français Jean Monnet is one of a network of 200 French schools worldwide using the official French syllabus. It covers all grades from kindergarten through primary school to the baccalaureate. There is an English-speaking section, taught by native speakers, which prepares children for a GCSE in English language and literature and enables access to British school. Around 2,000 students of more than 50 nationalities.
9 Avenue du Lycée Français, 1180 Brussels
The Japanese School of Brussels caters for children aged from six to 14 and follows the Japanese curriculum and school year (April to March).
133 Avenue des Meuniers, 1160 Brussels
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