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Global School Play Day

BBIS's youngest learners recently participated in the Global School Play Day - an initiative aimed at reintroducing unstructured play into children's lives and schools. During this event, our students enjoyed a day of free play, without screens, structured activities, or teacher guidance.

Engaging in play holds numerous benefits for children, including bolstering cognitive development, fostering problem-solving abilities, stimulating creativity and imagination, reducing stress, and nurturing confidence. Moreover, play serves as a platform for children to hone their communication and social skills in an authentic environment. At BBIS, we view play as an indispensable component of our teaching and learning methodology, particularly within Early Education.

To underscore the significance of play in human development, all BBIS team members were invited to partake in the event and witness the power of play firsthand.

During the Global School Play Day, our Early Education students immersed themselves in a variety of enriching activities. From sensory exploration and imaginative adventures to creative expression, building and constructing, and even dancing to rhythmic beats, they thoroughly enjoyed every moment of their playtime.