At a glance

The IMSB Counselling department has an important role in supporting the academic, social, emotional, behavioural development of the more than 300 students.

The two School Counsellors are offering individual and group counselling sessions.

When the students are assigned to them the following factors are taken into consideration: students` age, gender, native language spoken and preferred counsellor.

Our school counsellor’s activities are covering the following areas:

  • Holding class sessions on different topics such as:
    • safety issues
    • bullying
    • self-awareness and personal development
    • communication and social skills
    • information management and learning management
    • career planning
    • quality of lifestyle
  • Individual of group counselling
    • to help students to mediate conflicts with their peers, teachers, or parents
    • short-term counselling services to students during school hours
  • Psychological assessment for students
    • who are already enrolled in IMSB
    • who are willing to be enrolled in IMSB
  • Early intervention
    • identifying students with learning difficulties, psychological concerns and challenging behaviours
    • providing referrals, recommendations, and education to parents about mental health concerns
  • Special needs services
    • help SEN students integrate into classrooms
    • oversee educational programs that are addressing the students with SEN or learning difficulties
  • Vocational guidance
    • help students to prepare for college or to select careers