School Uniform, Buses, Lunches

School Uniform

All students wear a uniform to create a sense of community and support positive behaviour at school. Parents are expected to support the uniform policy by ensuring their children are dressed and ready for school each morning.


All students from Years 7 to 13 must wear trousers, shorts or skirts in blue denim, navy blue, black or beige.

  • Sixth Form (Years 12 & 13) - Blue and white striped shirt with School logo.  If a jumper is worn, it must be a school jumper.
  • Nursery - Year 11 - School polo shirt (short or long-sleeved) with School V-neck jumper.

The BSM uniform can be purchased or ordered directly or online from two shops in the Milan area: 

LM School Uniforms - for uniform ( Nursery - Year 13)

Hobby & Volley - for PE kit ( Nursery to Year 11)

Below is a brief outline of the required school uniform; the full details including PE kit and Music Department Uniform are available on the password protected Parents' Pages.

School Uniform Policy

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School Buses

The School has arranged for Eurocar to run a regular and punctual school bus service to and from three destinations:

  • City Centre
  • Milano Due
  • San Donato/San Felice area or Redecesio
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There is also a Shuttle Bus service to bring students home when they have completed after-school activities. It currently only operates on the City Centre route.

Parents wishing to use the bus service make arrangements directly with the company. The School does not accept responsibility for the service provided.  The application forms are available on the password-protected Parents section.

Parents can contact Eurocar by email to request a quote for a bus journey or to check if their home is on or near a school bus route:

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School Lunches

The School uses Pellegrini Catering Services, a long established Italian food caterer.

All students from Nursery to Year 11 have lunch on the School site. They have the option of bringing a packed lunch or of taking a school lunch. 

A Food Quality Coordinator monitors the variety, nutritional value and tastiness of the food served. The coordinator liaises with Pellegrini's own nutritionist and staff and the BSM Friends Lunch Group to produce the best menu for our students within the parameters of the Lombardia Nutritional Guidelines for Schools.

Sixth Form students (Years 12 and 13) can either have a school lunch or go out to a local cafe to eat, with written parental permission. School lunches are billed termly. Students use a swipe card to register for lunches. Lunches cost €5,95 per meal.

The School also runs a Cafe Bar service at morning break, when students can purchase a drink and a pastry. There are also vending machines around the School site.


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