Bromsgrove School Mission Hills

Bromsgrove School Mission Hills, also known as Bromsgrove-Mission Hills International School of Shenzhen (BMH), is a British international bilingual school in Longhua District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China,[1] affiliated with Bromsgrove School in the United Kingdom and the Chinese leisure and hospitality company Mission Hills Group. As of 2019 Peter Clague is the headmaster.[2] As of 2018 it is one of eight schools in Shenzhen designated for children of foreign workers.[3] Anna Packman is the Head of both the Pre and Prep school.[4] BMH is open to Chinese students.

Bromsgrove-Mission Hills International School of Shenzhen
Simplified Chinese深圳柏朗思观澜湖外籍人员子女学校
Traditional Chinese深圳柏朗思觀瀾湖外籍人員子女學校
Literal meaningShenzhen Bromsgrove Mission Hills Foreign Workers' Children School
Bromsgrove School Mission Hills
Simplified Chinese柏朗思观澜湖学校
Traditional Chinese柏朗思觀瀾湖學校

The school includes a preschool, and a preparatory (primary) school. The Prep school currently (2018-2019) has classes from Prep 1-Prep 5. BMH will be adding Prep 6 in the 2019-20 school year. In P1-3 classes there is a homeroom teacher (English) and Co-teacher (Chinese). Starting in the school year 2019-2020 this model will change for Prep 4-6. Currently classes for Prep 1-5 include Chinese, English, Inquiry (bilingual), Maths (taught in Chinese), PE, Art, and Music. Technology in the school consists of a set of six iPads for each class and a computer lab of 24 desktop computers.

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References

  1. "Contact Us". Bromsgrove School Mission Hills. Retrieved 2019-05-09. 8 Mission Hills Road, Shenzhen, PRC - Chinese address (which states the name of the district): "中国深圳市龙华区观澜高尔夫大道8号"
  2. "Headmaster". Bromsgrove School Mission Hills. Retrieved 2019-05-09.
  3. "深圳市8所外籍人员子女学校基本信息(截至2018年3月)" (in Chinese). City of Shenzhen. March 2018. Archived from the original on 2019-05-09. Retrieved 2019-05-09.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)()
  4. "Message from Leadership- Bromsgrove School Mission Hills". bromsgrove.mhis.education. Retrieved 2019-06-20.

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