PRESENTATION

    At SSB, we follow a strict learning cycle for the organization of our studies.

We have four periods each year.Each period begins with a concrete introduction to the learning goals to fully understand what is expected of them. The period ends with a thorough assessment of the student’s academic progress both by the teacher and the student themselves.That assessment then feeds into the planning for the next period and so on. In addition, every teacher completes a written assessment for every student on schoolsoft so that the parents can also monitor the progress.

Social development is also monitored through our learning cycle with a series of required forms for the student to complete throughout the school year. The feedback we receive on these forms helps us guide each student and make appropriate changes along the way to offer every student the best possible learning environment.

IB Course Offerings
At SSB we offer the following subjects in the different groups:


Group 1. Mother tongue
Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian,Spanish, Swedish, Tutorial languages.


Group 2. Foreign languages
Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Spanish, Swedish.


Group 3. Individuals and Society
Business Management, Economics, History.


Group 4. Experimental Sciences
Biology, Physics, Chemistry.


Group 5. Mathematics
Math Studies, Mathematics.


Group 6. Arts and Electives
Visual Art or any subject from group 1-4.

*Each course will run at the discretion of the Head master, depending on student sign-ups.

The Extended Essay (EE) provides the students with the opportunity to conduct research in an area of special interest and acquaints students with the kind of independent research and writing skills expected at university level.

Theory of Knowledge (TOK) challenges the students to question the basis of knowledge and to develop critical thinking.

In Creativity, Action and Service (CAS) students bring the world outside the school into their studies. CAS should encourage new skills and interests and inspire a sense of responsibility towards all members of the community.

For further general information about the Diploma Programme: www.ibo.org