The British Junior Academy of Brussels lies within easy range of the European Commission, Embassies, NATO and business districts. Many of our pupils have parents working in the area or families living in Brussels and in its area.

The Edwardian house

We are fortunate in having two distinctive styles of building on the site. The Edwardian house provides classrooms for pupils in primary school (Years 1 – 6), a library and French rooms.

The Edwardian House - front entrance
Each classroom is equipped with an interactive board.
iPads are used throughout the school.
The central staircase provides exhibition space for our children art or research works.
Lunch time!

The playground

Between the two buildings, the playground provides a great area - colourful, fun, yet safe - to play or chat with friends.

The playground separates the two buildings

So many things to do during our breaks!

The purpose-designed Early Years building provides light and airy classrooms for our younger children, a multi-purpose gym and kitchens.

Kindergarten on the playground

The library

We have a brand new, custom-built library housing a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books. Each week pupils have a dedicated library session during which they learn key library skills and have time to browse the shelves and choose books for their daily reading. The library is also open to parents wishing to get involved and borrow for the whole family. Please contact the school office.

A wide range of fiction and non-fiction books
The library is also available for parents.