British School Manila

The British School Manila, (abbreviation: BSM) is a private international school in the Philippines. The school provides a British education, following the English National Curriculum from Nursery to Year 13. Children are prepared for National Curriculum Tests (NCTs) at age 7, 11, and 14, GCSE at 16 and International Baccalaureate at 18. As of 2007, BSM is a member of the Council of International Schools.

BSM was established in 1976, with two classrooms and 32 students. In September 2001 the The British School Manila relocated to purpose built premises in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig in Metro Manila, Philippines, next to the International School Manila, and the Manila Japanese School.

Facilities include a swimming pool, playing field, 4 science laboratories, a technology suite, music and drama studio, 7 ICT laboratories and interactive whiteboards in all teaching rooms. Classrooms are built on a cluster design in order to maintain the friendly 'small school feeling'. Each of the six clusters in the school have been named after locations in the Philippines. It has now grown to more than 700+ pupils, representing over 40 nationalities. Each class has a maximum size of 20 students.

The current Head of School is Simon Mann. The head of Primary School (Nursery to Year 6) is Glenn Hardy and the head of Senior School (Year 7 to Year 13) is Dinah Hawtree.

In June 2008, the school purchased an empty lot beside the school. It is expanding through the addition of sports facilities.

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