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Welcome to BICS Primary

School Life

  • Diversity

    The vibrant school life at BICS draws on the diversity of its student population and teaching staff.
  • School Trips

    Trips to develop autonomy and independence within a secure setting.

General Info

School Hours
Uniforms
Meals & Snacks
After-school Care
The school is open at 7h45, and all children should arrive by 8h25.

School ends at 15h45 and 12h45 on Wednesdays.
All information pertaining to uniforms can be found here.
There are two recreation periods during which the children may have the snacks you provide from home.

The 30-minute lunch break is followed by 30 minutes of play time.

You have the option of sending a packed lunch with your child, or you may have lunch delivered by the online catering service, BoxBunny, four days a week.
In order to assist working parents, the school provides a Garderie service until 18h (17h on Wednesdays), and parents are billed at 8 euros an hour

Extracurricular Activities

After-school activities were suspended in recent times due to health restrictions. The programme for the new school year will be announced shortly.

In the past, pupils of the Primary school could learn or improve their skills through options that included:
- Chess
- Cricket
- Computer Studies
- Cooking
- Dutch
- Elocution
- Fencing
- Golf

- Italian
- Musical Comedy
- Piano
- Rugby
- Spanish
- Tennis
- Violin
- Guitar

Ski Trips

Every winter, the school organises a ski trip. In recent years we have gone to the Dolomites in Italy. This exciting activity is available to all BICS students from Year 4, and no prior experience is necessary.
See pictures

Year 6 Euro Space Centre Trip

One of the most anticipated highlights of Year 6 is our annual field trip to the Euro Space Centre in Transinne, Belgium. Our pupils engage in interactive learning through a variety of exciting activities that closely complement their Science classroom studies.

For instance, they board a life-like shuttle and take on different responsibilities that simulate a space journey; in so doing they learn about the preparations required for space travel. Miniature rockets are built and launched. They experience the sensation of walking on the moon or on the planet Mars during this extraordinary exercise.

The Y6 classes spend five days away, during which they forge special bonds within a tightknit group.

Year 7 Spa Trip

Year 7 students spend a wonderful week at Spa, Belgium, where they study the interaction between Science and History in a unique context. In the inspiring setting of the Domaine de la Fraineuse, our students have the opportunity to study fossil fuels.

In the mornings they have interactive assignments, and during the afternoons they relax with a variety of sports, some of which are quite novel. Cooperative learning is a constant theme throughout the entire week. Precious class memories are made and treasured for years to come.

The week closes with a particularly fascinating visit to a former mine in Blegny where our pupils are able to explore an authentic local wonder before returning home.
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