Curriculum

 

Computer LabAs a European international school, BEIS is not restricted or forced to follow any single country's national curriculum. We are able to research, collaborate, and innovate within our chosen curriculum to bring high levels of rigor to the classroom in every subject.

Our partner school, German European School Manila, is an International Baccalaureate Diploma Program school: a mark of excellence in education around the world. We collaborate with the International Program Head at GESM to ensure that our students are prepared for high school following these same principles. Students are encouraged to pose questions and research answers independently, creating their own learning. This is supplemented by certain benchmarks and assessments to ensure that all students are learning at high levels.

The BEIS curriculum is adminstrated by the Head of School in consultation with teachers and outside experts.

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Preeschool

 

Boracay European International School Classroom6 2Nurturing and academic development begins in our Nursery, Kinder and Preparatory classes. Students are encouraged to explore newly discovered ideas. In a warm, supportive environment, the children receive the individual attention they need as they learn through play and real life experiences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Primary School

 

EuropeanIntnlSchool-138Learning in the Primary School focuses on a solid foundation of basic skills plus various units of inquiry. Through these themes, links within the different subject areas are set, enabling students to learn from practical applications in a fun and engaging way. We also teach Kulturan Pilipino (Philippines culture) classes, which focuses on both the cultural heritage of the Philippines, bringing greater understanding to their time in Boracay. Providing applied educational experiences in the primary school will allow our students to develop into life-long learners.

 

 

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Secondary School

 

EuropeanIntnlSchool-59The Secondary Years of BEIS provide a time of transition for students in Grades 4 to 8. Our program provides a solid academic foundation in the core subjects, Maths, Literacy, the Sciences, and Fine Arts. Students are expected to work hard and to develop a strong sense of ownership over their academic growth.  The foundation subjects are supplemented with continuning study of units of inquiry: student-driven research and project-based learning to instill the scientific process and presentation skils into the students' academic style. Students in the secondary level will be challenged to create projects and portfolios that will reflect their learning.

 

 

 

 

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