• A global education

    We are a Nord Anglia Education school, with 41 sister schools around the world

    KS4 Class

  • Did you know?

    Our average class size is 12 students, meaning every student gets the support they need to achieve highly

    EAL lesson

  • Serious about students' futures

    20% of our graduating class of 2014 went to a top US university

    Two senior students

  • We love languages

    Students can study Spanish, French, German and Czech from Year 3 upwards

    Year 6 teacher with student

  • Academic excellence

    Our top IB Diploma score in 2014 was 44 out of 45, placing the student in the top 1% worldwide

    A female student in Year 13

  • Did you know?

    Our Parent School Partnership runs events every term, forming a core part of the school's social calendar

    Parent community

  • Did you know?

    We have been established in the Czech Republic for more than 15 years

A school with the highest academic standards

EISP is well known in Prague for the exceptionally high achievement of its students in their examinations, and is delighted to announce the publication of the class of 2015's IB Diploma results.

What makes us special?

Why choose our school?

EISP is an international community that not only provides a stimulating and inspirational education but also encourages strong morals and values to help shape character. Plentiful opportunities and experiences will also develop skills and knowledge that will allow your child to succeed both today, and in their future lives.

News & Events

Quick-look Calendar

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Y11 & Y13 full Reports to Parents

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Bromley High School performance (time TBC)

Feb 12

Y4 (joint) Class Assembly

Feb (all day) 15 (all day)

Half-term break

Feb (all day) 23 (all day)

Primary Reports to Parents

Our Principal Writes

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.”

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Police Visit Reception!

Reception had another exciting time this Wednesday, when we had a visit from a policeman from Prague police prevention department. To support our half termly topic on Transport, we have been learning how to cross the road safely. Warrant Officer Bican came to visit us to help the children with this. He explained the safest way to cross a road, and we practiced acting it out.


“If music be the food of love…”

With Valentine’s Day coming up, what better time for the English and Music departments to provide some cross-curricular learning for Year 8 on the theme of love (and, less aptly, hate)? Year 8 have been studying Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet this term and will be writing comparison essays on Baz Luhrman and Franco Zefirelli’s film representations of Act 3 Scene 1 of the play in which there is a dramatic fight between the Montagues and Capulets.

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Primary News

It has been as busy a term as always in Primary with enormous amounts of learning taking place from Pre-Nursery children learning how to get dressed independently to older children learning how electrical circuits work and constructing their own alarm systems. This week has as usual been rich with activities and opportunities for learning and enjoyment whilst doing so.

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Reception Transport Trip

On Wednesday, the Reception class went on a wonderful transport trip around Prague. We started off by coach, and went to the Stresovice Tram Depo, where we transferred to an old 1960s tram for a tour around Prague. The children did a transport ‘scavenger hunt’ on the tram and spotted lots of different modes of transport, including cars, vans, buses, trams and boats.

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Sunday Brunch

Last Sunday many parents, students and staff met in Sokolovna Průhonice for the annual ‘winter’ Sunday Brunch. We had a chance to watch and listen to many great performances from our students and we also had special guests – the cast of the Return to the Forbidden Planet who came in to provide a little preview of the upcoming school production.

From Our Principal

“Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm and harmony.”

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Senior Blog – Tanzania Special

Last week I returned from a very successful, action-packed trip to Tanzania which I am sure many of you followed on Twitter. The fifteen students from years 10 and 12 worked exceptionally hard and were an absolute credit to the school. EISP joined the British School of Washington and Regents School Pattaya for three and a half days of community service, a half day trip to a Maasai village to observe a more traditional way of life and two days of safari at Tarangire national park.