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BEPS Waterloo International School

280 Ch. de Waterloo, 1640 Rhode Saint Genese,,

School Summary
Opened in 1999
70 students from 2 1/2 to 11
International Primary Curriculum, 

BEPS-Waterloo is situated between the communes of Rhode Saint Genèse and Waterloo on the N5.  It shares a campus with World International School (WIS), the secondary department of the school.  While the main building, housing the offices and music room, is older in style, the main teaching rooms are situated in custom built, spacious, buildings or converted villas.  
Children from the age of two and a half to eleven are challenged to reach their fullest potential within an international school environment.  BEPS   Waterloo is a school where children come first and learning is both an adventure and an opportunity for exploration and discovery.  The family atmosphere at the school gives children a feeling of security in an environment that appreciates values like respect, honesty and taking responsibility.
English is the language of instruction for the school and is, together with mathematics, taught on a daily basis.  As we live in Belgium, we have chosen French as our second language and all students have a daily French lesson.  Science, History, Geography, Art, Music and Physical Education are all taught as part of the IPC curriculum.  We have the resource of a brand new computer lab, which is used on a weekly basis by all students. 
Our curriculum owes much to the National Curriculum of the UK and English and Mathematics planning draws on the Literacy and Numeracy strategies respectively and we use these to give continuity and progression to our learning.  They are both very rigorous in their approach and the expectations of achievement, as in all areas of the curriculum, are very high.



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Last modified February 22, 2007