When browsing through the websites of good schools, it is often very difficult to pick out what differentiates one good school from another. It can also be very difficult to understand which school is the right school for your child/children.
At the British International School, Budapest we are particularly aware of where we add value over and above any other school and the positive impact that this can have on a young person’s ability to excel:
PART OF NORD ANGLIA EDUCATION
The British International School, Budapest is part of the Nord Anglia Education family of 41 schools around the world and united through the Global Campus and Nord Anglia University.
We are not only a school, but a family too. We pride ourselves in our warm and welcoming family atmosphere in everything we do. We are a very close-knit community, with our doors always open for our parents to drop in for a visit. We operate a 'buddy' system, so that new families feel at home and welcome from the day they make an enquiry, to the day they join our school and beyond.
HIGH PERFORMANCE LEARNING
We benefit from having a proven methodology for enabling your child to achieve more than if they were at any other school. We believe your child is able to perform highly, regardless of their perceived academic ability. High Performance Learning is a research based model that provides our teachers with the latest pedagogies to develop advanced cognitive behaviour in children. Our unique, holistic approach to teaching and learning means that with us, each child is a unique individual, supported to achieve their potential not only in terms of outstanding grades, but also in becoming a well-rounded, independent individuals in the future.
Our school is renowned for its rigorous curriculum, recognised worldwide, designed to provide the highest academic quality of education on the basis of the British National Curriculum, adapted to the needs of our international student community - from the Early Years Foundation Stage, to the Primary and Secondary Key Stages, the (I)GCSEs and the world class International Baccalareate Diploma programme.
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