• DID YOU KNOW?

    We just opened new Early Years Centre adjacent to the main school building at Peknikova.

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  • Truly International

    We have students from over 50 different countries at our school, making us a truly international family.

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  • Inspiring and Passionate

    Dedicated, motivated and highly professional, all of our staff at The British International School Bratislava are here to ensure that every child thrives.

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  • Excellence & Achievement

    We focus heavily on academic rigor and achieving great results, but also encourage our students to develop their own individual skills and interests meaning that every child thrives.

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  • High Quality Learning

    Our passion is education. We help to prepare young people of all ages to embrace the challenges that life brings and the international global society in which their future lie.

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  • Start your journey with us

    We are proud of our growing family of parents, teachers and socially-confident students. We’d love to welcome you too!

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  • Unique Opportunities

    We enrich your child’s learning experience with opportunities beyond the ordinary.

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How can we help your child achieve more?

Our outstanding teachers create our outstanding school. This means we give our students the best possible opportunities to try something new, to reach for their dreams and above all, be ambitious.

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Outstanding Academic Results and an Unique Enrichment Programme

There are no limits to what our students can achieve and The British International School, Bratislava creates an environment where your child will excel academically, socially and personally.

OUR PROMISES

 

1. Your child will love learning, enjoy continuing academic and personal success and become responsible for their own improvement.

Why is this important?

  • Children enjoy learning by taking part in practical activities, projects, presentations and productions which are supported in open discussion with their class and teachers.
  • The curriculum is documented and there is an assessment at least every half term which children understand and which is communicated to parents.
  • Children use the evidence of the assessments (which take different forms) to target next stage improvements. We measure overall academic achievement throughout the school and benchmark it against international standards which also show improvement.

How is this shown in school?

  • Evidence of children’s love of learning can be seen across the school by their engagement in lessons; records of learning in traditional workbooks and electric media and in displays around the school; in their work with independent study outside the school and their positive attitude towards their teachers and fellow students.
  • Curriculum information is made available to parents and children.
  • At Key Stage 1 more than 25% of the children will achieve at level three or above in Mathematics, English and Science.
  • At Key Stage 2 more than 40% of the children will achieve at level five or above in Mathematics, English and Science.
  • At Key Stage 3 more than 40% of the children will achieve at level six or above in Mathematics, English and Science.
  • At IGCSE 42% of the students or more will achieve A* and A results.
  • At IB Diploma Level the average score will be 33 points or more and 20% or more of our students will progress onto the world’s top 50 universities.
2. Your child will have a personal success plan that is shared with you and supported regularly by a Personal Tutor.

Why is this important?

  • All of our children and students will get a termly personal success plan that sets out how they have improved.
  • It forms the basis for discussions between children and teachers and between the school and parents.
  • Children in the Primary school spend time talking to their Class Teacher every day. Children in the Secondary School talking to their Personal Form Tutor every morning as well as at other times.
  • Formal and informal communication takes place with the home on a regular basis by telephone, email, through social networking and using the student planner.
  • Parents are welcome to come to the school to talk about their child’s progress and are expected to let the school know about other experiences outside of the school that are enriching their child’s development.

How is this shown in school?

  • In addition to the informal and recorded feedback to the home the Personal Tutor issues regular formal reports.
  • The Personal Tutor develops children’s skills setting targets for improvement which relate to co-curricular commitments as well the academic work.
  • The Personal Tutor helps the child to build up a record of achievement portfolio that holds evidence of significant moments of learning that are occasions for celebration.
3. Your child will grow in confidence, creativity and determination and have opportunities to demonstrate internationally-minded leadership.

Why is this important?

  • Your child will take part in creative, action and service based enrichment programmes (including sport, music, art and drama, outdoor adventure activities, public speaking, charity work ) and all of the opportunities for learning outside the classroom that help to develop confidence, determination and creativity.
  • Membership of international school within the Nord Anglia Education Group of schools provides opportunities for young people to develop relationships with others from all over the world and link with the alumni who hold positions of leadership responsibility in Slovakia and other countries.
  • There is a commitment to student leadership and students are asked to reflect upon how they can make improvements not only for themselves but for others.

How is this shown in school?

  • Regular participation in The Global Campus and face to face exchange through sport and expeditions with students attending other NAE and Danube Valley schools.
  • Regular participation in assemblies and other events where the student’s success is celebrated and where the student’s voice is heard.
  • The British International School Leadership Awards that are presented at the end of Key Stages within the school.
  • Participation in Outdoor adventure activities, the International Award and the expedition to Tanzania.

Academic Curriculum Documents

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