|Anno di fondazione||2021|
|Fase di iscrizione / Gradi||Rolling|
|Numero di studenti||6 per class|
|Nazionalità||each class is made of 3+ nationalities|
|Rapporto insegnante-studente||1 : 6|
|Accreditamenti||Accredited from 2023|
|Tassa annuale (Min)||8000 USD|
|Tassa d'iscrizione annuale (massimo)||9900 USD|
bina is a global, mobile, whole primary experience that follows your family anywhere, creating quality educational outcomes and joy! Accepting admission for 4 – 8 years.
bina weaves the best of homeschooling and “traditional” learning into a digital setting that harnesses precision education to create precisely the educational outcomes that fits families, anywhere. A full time, online primary programme with micro classes of just six students, taught live by Master Teachers. bina creates a personalised, adaptive learning experience for ages 4-8.
Our international curriculum pulls from various standards worldwide– perfect for kiddos growing up in a global society.
Grounded in UK standards with elements of the US Common Core, International Baccalaureate (IB PYP) and the Australian curriculum weaved in then broken down into microcredentials (small, simpler targets)
Each unit is a different biome, meaning students’ learning relates directly to a living habitat. Connecting abstract concepts with real-world examples gives context to their learning – we put their learning into action! Kiddos could be learning multiplication on the ocean floor, or types of insects deep within the jungle!
Our kiddos follow a similar routine each day so that students know what to expect, following a balanced group and independent learning schedule, with hands-on activities to keep kiddos engaged.
CurriculumUK Curriculum, US Curriculum, IB
Lingue di insegnamentoInglese
The bina School is a perfect fit for my son. He has made huge progress since starting and, most importantly, feels proud of himself!
bina has completely changed our perception of online schooling! Our boys relish every moment with their new friends they met in their class from another part of the world.
Yesterday at dinner I asked my daughter what her favourite moment was from school, and she replied, “all of it.”