Successful students with an international education exhibit a number of desired attributes and dispositions that are articulated in the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile.
Students in Kindergarten (3-4 years old) and Transition (4-5 years old) make up the Early Years section of our school, and follow 4 Units of Inquiry, rather than 6, in a year.
In the Early Years learning is play-based. Our young students engage in varied and stimulating activities which allow them to explore the world in a safe and encouraging environment.
Early Years students are fully immersed in the English language, allowing them to develop their linguistic skills immediately and with very positive results.
At International School Brescia we are working to become:
Developing our natural curiosity while attaining the skills to conduct inquiry, research our interests, and show independence of thought.
Acquiring understanding of concepts, ideas and issues (both local and global) across a wide range of disciplines.
Taking the initiative by approaching complex problems both critically and creatively and by making ethical, reasoned decisions.
Working to confidently and creatively express ideas, feelings and information individually and collaboratively in two or more languages.
Developing a sense of fairness and justice and a respect for human dignity by acting with integrity and honesty.
Understanding and appreciating the perspectives, values and traditions of others while valuing one’s own.
Demonstrating a commitment to service by showing empathy, respect and compassion toward others and the environment.
Defending beliefs with forethought and courage while confronting new roles and unfamiliar situations with boldness and independence.
Achieving a sense of intellectual, emotional and physical well-being that supports an even balance for the self and others.
Showing thoughtfulness and consideration toward each learning experience while assessing personal strengths and limitations in order to grow and achieve.