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Supporting our students to become responsible digital citizens, with a focus on creativity, collaboration and innovation.

At BBIS, we are committed to teaching students how to use technology responsibly and creatively. We believe that technology is a powerful tool for solving problems and creating new possibilities, but it is also important to understand its potential risks and ethical considerations. With this in mind, we focus strongly on digital citizenship, and draw on the Common Sense Media curriculum to support students, staff and families.


Promoting STEM education is a top priority at BBIS. Doing so empowers our students to make a positive impact on the world around them and contribute to the advancement of science and technology. To encourage this, our students can participate in a range of tech-related extra-curricular activities, like World Robot Olympiad, Coding Club, STEM Club and Minecraft.


We bring technology into the classroom in many ways – from 3D printers and virtual reality headsets, to coding tools and the very latest in educational robotics. All classrooms are equipped with cutting-edge technologies such as smart boards and Apple TVs, providing unparalleled learning experiences for our students.


Technology is embraced across many areas of the curriculum. For example:

  • Science laboratories are equipped with a wide range of modern data logging equipment, digital data analysis tools, microscopes and more traditional lab equipment. iPads are also provided for use with FLIR infra-red cameras, to conduct video analysis of various phenomena and access a wide range of school approved applications.
  • Design and Technology classrooms include computer-aided design (CAD) software and workshops equipped with machinery and woodworking tools, electronics, 3D printer and laser cutter. We also offer robotics and programming lessons where students can learn programming languages such as HTML, CSS and Python.
  • Music labs are equipped with iMacs and music production software, which allow students to compose, record, edit and mix their own music.
  • Our podcast studio is equipped with professional-grade microphones and soundproofing materials.


  • Google Suite used as a collaborative platform cross the school
  • Managebac as a learning management system
  • iSams used across the school as information management system
  • 1:1 iPad programme in the Primary School
  • SeeSaw used for progressive reporting in our Primary School
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices) programme in our Secondary School
  • Kognity and CENTURY as digital learning resources