The Canadian International Educational Organization (CIEO) was founded in 2000. CIEO has more than 30 schools and independent institutions including International Schools, Kindergartens, Bilingual Schools, Kids' Growth and Development Centers, Online Education, Future Care, and the Education & Technology incubator in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao in the Greater Bay Area, and Thailand. CIEO is accredited to operate the international programs of Alberta-Canada, Cambridge-England and the International Baccalaureate (IB). By 2021, CIEO has a professional education team of more than 2,300 people, providing high quality international education services to nearly 20,000 students from more than 40 countries and regions around the world.
Britannia International School(BIS) is a non-profit organization and a member school of the Canadian International Education Organization (CIEO). BIS offers the Cambridge International Curriculum for children aged 2-18, focusing on effectiveness of a clear pathway. BIS has been accredited by Cambridge Assessment International Education to be a Cambridge International School, offering Cambridge IGCSE and A Level qualifications. BIS is also an innovative international school. We are committed to creating a K12 international school with leading Cambridge Curriculum STEAM, Chinese and Art Courses.
The BIS Story
Winnie Chen, Chairman of the Canadian International Education Organization (CIEO) founded Britannia International School (BIS) in 2017 with a dream to bring international education to a wider community. “I hope to build BIS into an innovative and high-quality international school, while clearly positioning t as a non-profit school." Ms. Chen stated.
Winnie Chen is a mother of three children, and she has a clean vision for holistic education. She created BIS to meet the needs of the whole child, focusing the education on three main areas.
Academics through the Cambridge International curriculum, a robust and creative STEAM programme and Chinese curriculum that anchors the community to the host country.