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We would like to encourage our students to be active, openly share their opinions, make meaningful contributions, and participate in social development. With this in mind, we begin early on to provide our students with opportunities to become involved and learn critical social and management skills.

The latter includes participation in the Student Council, organizing assemblies, assuming the role of Class President or BMS School Captain, involvement in the House Team as House Captain or Vice Captain, and assuming responsibilities such as the BMS year book club, or the Primary Playground Buddy, just to name a few examples. 

Depending on their age group, students are introduced to a variety of roles and functions and encouraged to take responsibility for their class, the school, and individual projects. The BMS Student Council is responsible for representing all the students and their issues regarding school structure and interaction with each other. On behalf of and with the support of all the students, the Student Council also supports the school’s social projects, and environmental activities.

Supported by a team of teachers and educators, the school student leaders meet regularly to discuss current plans, prepare student surveys, and organize and implement events for and with our school community throughout the academic year.