British School Muscat established in 1971, is one of the leading schools in the Middle East. It is a non-profit making, non-selective, co-educational, British international day school that provides a comprehensive and well-balanced education to children of wide ranging abilities and nationalities aged 3 - 18.
It delivers the National Curriculum for England and produces outstanding end of Key Stage, GCSE and A Level results.The School emphasises learning-to-learn skills, citizenship and preparation for a successful life in an inter-cultural world.
The school provides a stimulating, challenging yet supportive environment for a student body of over 50 nationalities, the focus being on all rounded growth: intellectual, physical, spiritual, creative and social.
The BSM Media website is now online!
Flashmob: Click here
Staffaid: Click here
Shannon Walsh's A2 Media film: Click Here
George Delaforce's AS Medis Film: Click here
Learn Arabic one step at a time. Each week Fathiya Al Samri and Suad Al Busaidy will help you learn one phrase at a time. Click below to hear our audio clips which will help you to get your pronunciation right.
We offer a Dutch native language programme called NTC for our Dutch speaking community.
In Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 our Dutch speaking children can leave lessons 30 minutes early, 3 times a week, in order to attend 1 hour long Dutch language & culture lessons.
In Years 3 to 7 our Dutch children can study Dutch language & culture for one hour, 3 times a week, after school.
Our annual exhibition in Oman’s national gallery allows our students to exhibit their art and design work to our community and the general public.
Photos from the exhibition have now been added to the school website gallery
I am delighted that both our new buildings are now up and running and our pupils are enjoying their excellent new learning environments. With this development successfully completed we are now looking to the future. I am pleased to let you know that we are currently investigating opportunities to further redevelop and upgrade the campus.
The Board of Governors has agreed to appoint an architect to create a masterplan for the development of the whole MQ site. A selection process is underway which will conclude with the appointment of an architect by the end of February. Detailed plans will then be produced by the chosen architects in consultation with pupils, parents and staff later this academic year.
We look forward to this next step as we work to become one of the world's leading international schools.
Kai Vacher, Principal