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The British School Warsaw

The British School Warsaw

ul. Limanowskiego 15, 02-943 Warsaw, Masovia, Poland

+48 22 842 32 81


admissions@thebritishschool.pl

www.thebritishschool.pl

The British School Warsaw
School type Coeducational Day
Founded 1992
Principal Mrs Sue Hill
Date Appointed 2020
Co-ed Age Range 2.5-18
Curriculum UK, IBDP, IGCSE, Natl, SAT
Language of Instruction English
Average Class Size 20
Teacher/Pupil ratio 1:11
Associations IGCSE, IB, COBIS

Established The British School in 1992. Over 26 years we have grown from 38 students to 1200 students. We offer an international education with a British ethos catering to English speaking families who value the high academic standards and a truly international learning experience. We are non-selective, with over 70 nationalities most with English as a second language, yet we manage to achieve GCSE and IB results far above UK and international standards.

At the British School Warsaw we think beyond traditional education to transform learning, our British culture and the pursuit of excellence are deeply embedded in everything we do and we provide an engaging and diverse learning environment which ensures your child will love coming to school.

As an international school we can choose to select the very best components of any curriculum. In Primary school, we use the academic rigour and framework of the English National Curriculum as our foundation and extend this by International Primary Curriculum. For our older students we offer the International GCSEs programme which is benchmarked against UK and international students, so important for University applications but also in preparation for their ‘post-16’ studies. Our 'Post-16' curriculum is based on the world leading International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and we have offered this for 15 years with huge success and is often regarded as the 'perfect' preparation for university study.

We are unique in Warsaw in that we are part of a family of 61 schools with Nord Anglia Education (NAE) which allows us to leverage international collaborations. Our students have the opportunity to travel to our expedition based snow-sports centre in Switzerland; renovate schools & build goat sheds in Tanzania; perform with over 500 talented musicians at the Juilliard School, New York; attend Space camp and STEAM festival at MIT University and take over UNICEF Headquarters in NY. Also recruiting outstanding internationally experienced teachers is at the heart of any successful international school, and our global presence allows us to attract the very best.