Shanghai Little Bridge School adopts a subject-based classroom approach. Throughout the studying process, the students' fixed homeroom and subject-based classroom are combined while students manage their own lockers according to individual needs. The result of this approach is the student's synchronous learning of cultural knowledge and life skills. Following our small-class teaching mode, the classroom table and chair arrangements are flexibly adjusted in order to build cooperative learning spaces. Little Bridge adheres to the educational philosophy of positive discipline where teachers and student groups work together to formulate classroom rules and other agreements which are then prominently posted in the classroom.


Functioning as a learning environment for all students, the SLBS Library hosts more than 9,000 texts, including more than 6,000 imported books, 3,000 Chinese-language books and 1,000 teacher development texts.


The cooking studio contains 22 movable cooking stations and is equipped with ovens, microwaves, and fridges. Children can cook by themselves and enjoy their learning time.


The gymnasium can be used for rock climbing, ball games and various physical fitness courses.
The swimming pool's dimensions are 25 meters x 6 meters and 1~1.8 meters in depth. It is equipped with an Eco Matic filtration system that helps guarantee a high quality of water and perfect temperature.


Designed by famous Japanese master acoustic designer Mr. Tasuhisa Toyota, who is well known for being one of the main designers of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Concert Hall, the Little Bridge Concert Hall is equipped with world-class acoustic technology, stage lighting and sound systems. It seats an audience of 200 people and is the perfect site for both classical music concerts and theatrical performances.


The Zen Studio is nestled in the Quiet Zone which ensures a proper environment for music students to avoid disturbances while practicing music. The Zen Studio can also be used for parents' class.


The window on the celling and around the sides allow the sunlight to project onto the wall, like a sundial moving along the wall through time. The Sky Room is used to hold lectures.