New Early Years programme at Bavarian International School

The Bavarian International School (BIS) has announced that it is to offer a new Early Years programme at its BIS City Campus. The new provision for children from three to six will start in February 2018.

New Early Years programme at Bavarian International School
A new Early Years Programme will begin in February 2018 at the Bavarian International School (BIS). The programme will cater for children between the ages of three to six years and will be based on the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Program (PYP) with inspiration from the philosophy of Reggio Emilia – an educational philosophy which focuses on the development potential of each child.

The Reggio Emilia philosophy 

The Reggio Emilia approach promotes the free, independent and individual development of children. Children learn from their own curiosity, the urge to explore and play as they interact with their environment. Teachers offer age-appropriate suggestions in maths, language or art to guide and promote the development of children but the teaching does not adhere to a rigid teaching and learning programme.
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The Early Childhood Centre with a modern layout is specifically tailored to the needs of preschool children and complements the overall education provision at BIS.

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BIS Director, Dr Chrissie Sorenson said, "We want to encourage and develop our students from an early age in their self-confidence, their curiosity and their zest for action – true to our BIS motto: ‘Believe. Inspire. Succeed.' We are pleased to announce that we can now offer our philosophy of learning to 3-year-olds."

Early Childhood Centre opening hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:20 – 15:20Friday: 08:20 – 13:40


The number of places is initially limited to 10 children. English language skills are not required. For more information on the registration process, please contact the BIS admissions team directly:
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