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Our curriculum offers a rich, holistic, and complete learning experience for students aged 4 to 8. We integrate a rigorous, standardised programme with real-time feedback from teachers to provide each student with precisely the education they need.

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What elements make up bina’s curriculum?

We’ve crafted an international primary curriculum that pulls from a variety of standards from around the world– perfect for kiddos growing up in a global society.

Our full-time curriculum is grounded in UK standards with elements of the US Common Core, International Baccalaureate (IB PYP) and the Australian curriculum woven in. Our programme is both standardised and personalised for each student’s academic, social, and emotional needs.

We cover a wide range of academic subjects, including:

  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Technical sciences
  • Social sciences
  • Digital technology
  • Design technology
  • Arts
  • Social emotional learning (SEL)
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We ground our students’ learning in biome-themed units (each unit its own region with climate and certain types of living things)

For example, if the theme of their current biome unit is “Desert,” much of their learning across all subjects will be directly related to the animals, plants, and cultures that call the desert home.

Connecting abstract concepts with real-world examples deepens our students’ learning and opens up opportunities for them to engage with new content in an approachable way. We use biome-themed units to forge tangible connections between our students’ learning and the world around them. 

Our curriculum is based on rigorous international standards, providing our teachers and learners with a road map so that everyone can meet their full potential. At the same time, we engage in a continual feedback loop so that lessons can be customised to meet each learner’s particular needs.

We call it precision education – it’s about gaining deep continuous insights into a learner’s knowledge and understanding and adapting lessons accordingly.

Equipped with an accurate view of what each student knows and can do, we craft the most fitting learning groups and content based on each student’s skills, knowledge, and disposition. 

How we do it

Precision Education

How is precision education possible in reality? With only 6 students per class, our teachers are able to customise lessons based on what their students need that day. Small class sizes mean that…


Teacher attention is more focused


Teachers can adjust the pace and depth of material in real-time


Feedback is more frequent and timely


The overall experience is tailored to our students as individuals


Just in case you missed anything.

Here are a few frequently asked questions about our curriculum.
How does bina incorporate physical movement into the curriculum?

We know that primary students have lots of energy and need to integrate physical activity into every part of their day. Along with breaks between each learning session, we make sure that our lessons also involve movement. Students sing songs to deepen their comprehension of certain topics, complete arts activities in relation to what they’re learning, and engage in hands-on science experiments, scavenger hunts, and movement-based games.

Is there homework?

Not exactly the traditional kind with workbooks and paper printouts. Rather, students are expected to do independent work that may look different each day. This could be reading a book with a family member, going on a scavenger hunt to find something in nature, practicing a math game with manipulatives, etc. A lot depends on the unit, teacher, and child’s needs at the time.

Can my child attend part-time?

Our curriculum is a full-time schooling offering! We don’t offer part-time options at this time. Students need to have access to a computer from 8:00 to 13:30 each day. (This time might shift depending on which time zone you live in.)

What sort of supplies does my child need at home, aside from a computer?

Along with the device your child will be using to connect to lessons, it’s a good idea to have other supplies on hand that they might need (paper, pencils, coloured pencils). Any materials outside of this will be communicated the week before by your child’s teacher (such as crafting materials like cardboard boxes, though our teachers are whizzes at coming up with alternatives if your child is not able to get their hands on something).

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