The Power of Sports to Create a Welcoming and Diverse Community for Global Nomads
BSA Executive Director Lisa Murawsky was invited to present The Power of Team Sport to Create a Diverse Tribe at this years Families in Global Transition 2017 Conference held in The Hague from 23-25 March. Her presentation introduced how the BSA model enables families in global transition to find a tribe outside of the traditional work and school communities. It answers the questions: “How is the common language of sport able to break down traditional barriers, and allow the expat family to find a relaxed, non-intimidating tribe quickly? What are the crucial elements in the BSA sport model that encourage this sense of belonging and collaboration for a diverse busy expat community?
View the presentation below.
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BSA Spring Soccer
Spring Soccer has begun and there are 8 session ending 18 June. There are no weeknight practices for Spring Soccer and all sessions are held at the International School of Brussels on Sunday afternoons for one hour.
All new players to the game are very welcomed! For further information please go to the Soccer page.
Spring Lacrosse for Boys and Girls
The BSA Spring Lacrosse Clinics are open to girls and boys ages 7-14. The Clinics are held Sunday from the 30 April to the 18 June 2017 from 13:30-15:00. There are no practices during the week and all new players to the game are very welcomed!
For further information please go to the Lacrosse page.
BSA Baseball, Softball and Tee-BallBSA offers children the unique opportunity to play baseball and softball as a fully chartered programme under the Official Little League Baseball charter. Our next season begins in March and ends in June. Children under 7 years old play tee ball and do not have an evening practice. Children aged 7 - 15 play baseball or softball and have one evening practice per week.
Find out more about BSA Baseball.