Each student at BMS is unique and learns in a very individual way. Our responsibility is to recognize what each student needs and to provide the right support to our students to ensure their learning success.
Language learning in both English and German is a central tenet of our curriculum. We have a team of qualified specialists who support our students in learning both the German and English language. The teams for both German as a Foreign Language and English as a Foreign Language work closely with the classroom teachers and families in order enable all students to actively and successfully participate in our school program.
Individual support to suit the potential of each student is carried out through differentiation in classroom instruction. This is a teaching method employed by our teachers, whereby the curriculum is tailored to reach diverse learners or to a small group of students, in order to construct an inclusive learning environment. The central aim is to adapt the curriculum to the unique learning needs found in our student body.
Differentiation acts as a way for students to unlock the curriculum and bridges understanding for many different levels of individual learning and ability. Our student support team supports our students who have unique learning needs, creates individual support plans, and helps to coordinate the collaboration between school and home.