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BSN Communications wrote: A New Home and some Important Visitors
Written by Mr Mike Weston, school archivist and historical detective. It is the spring of 1956 and the two Co-principals of the English School of The Hague, Nancy Macdona and Peg Donaldson, are worried. They have just withdrawn their school from (More)
BSN Communications wrote: Learning in 5D
Forest School at the BSN Written by: Marta Nowak, EAL Teaching Assistant and Forest School Leader, Junior School Diamanthorst Developing a lifelong love for learning in students is always an educator’s ultimate goal. With children being inh (More)
BSN Communications wrote: Reflections of the Captain
BSN crowned 2018 ISST Hockey Champions In early November, the BSN ISST hockey team, filled with anticipation, travelled to Belgium for the annual ISST hockey tournament. The tournament, in its 50th year, was held at the Royal Hockey Club in Leuve (More)
BSN Communications wrote: A Teacher’s Business is Learning
Teaching Means Learning As a teacher, you are always seeking new ways to deliver your content. It is not only technology and presentation techniques that are changing – the practice itself is evolving to include innovations in pedagogy and develop (More)
Houses at the BSN If you are new to British education, the House System might be completely foreign to you. Perhaps your only cultural reference to school houses has been thanks to a certain school-aged wizard an (More)
Looking Internationally Do you feel stalled in your career? Whether you are seeking to develop professionally, change up your regular routine or set off on a new adventure, perhaps the change you've b (More)
26 September is the European Day of Languages - a day for celebrating the importance of diversity and intercultural understanding.  Senior School Voorschoten put on the annual Language Village, inviting Family Asso (More)
BSN Communications wrote: Intergenerational Learning in Practice
Year 12 IBDP students took part in the annual Generation Walk this past week as a part of the Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) portion of their International Baccalaureate study. This is the 7th year that the Generation Walk has taken place, an (More)
This June, Junior School Leidschenveen became the first of the British School in the Netherlands campuses to undergo the Healthy Schools self-validation process and be awarded Healthy School status. Healthy Schools (More)
Do you ever look back on formative times of your life, perhaps when you were coming up on a major milestone like finishing school, or facing a big-time decision like what to study in university, and think – “if only I knew then what I know now” (More)
BSN Communications wrote: The Buzz about Bees at the BSN
The BSN Resident Bees The BSN has been buzzing about its bee programme since Spring Term – when resident beehives set up shop on each of the campuses. The bee colonies, which live inside boxes set in quite corners of each campus, have been full of (More)
What do you get when you combine outdoor activities, a sunny summer day, science experiments and a lot of bubbles? It’s the Cross-School Science Day! Year 2 students from all three of the BSN Junior Schools cam (More)
  Stories from the Archives: A Leap in the Dark in 1959 Since its foundation in 1931 the British School in The Netherlands (or English School of The Hague as it used to be called) has occupied over 25 different sets of premises. In the early d (More)