Our history and traditions have shaped us into the School we are today, but we now have an opportunity to reimagine who we could be along with new and promising ways to deliver on our mission. The world today is in the midst of many challenges; an ongoing global pandemic, a worldwide reckoning of racial inequities and an urgent climate crisis, just to name a few. Locally, we face a declining birth rate and population and economic fallout from the pandemic. We must find ways to maintain the quality of a BHS education while responding to the realities of a changing world and island.
- Empowered Girls
- Enriched Teaching & Learning
- Vibrant Student Life
- Dynamic & Inclusive Community
- Sustainable Facilities, Spaces & Services
BHS is operating in a declining market; both in terms of birth rate and a declining wider population. In order to sustain the substance and quality of the BHS education, we must ensure the long-term financial health of BHS by pursuing a clear and sustainable plan to proactively manage funding, investment, operations, and a predictable and stable enrolment for the foreseeable future.
BHS needs to recruit and retain a vibrant and diverse student and staff body that is more reflective of the demographic within our broader society, while ensuring that each girl feels that she belongs within the BHS community.
Cultivate a school climate where students want to stay for the entirety of their educational journeys (Primary through Secondary), while reducing the disparity between student perceptions.
Through our learning philosophy, students will experience an expanded focus on innovative thinking, intellectual curiosity, exploration and the love lf learning, as well as increased opportunities for "Voice & Choice" throughout their educational journey through BHS.