• 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

    In 2015 52% of our IGCSE exams were passed at either A* or A grade

    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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Group 4 presentations (PM)

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Art/photography exhibition Years 3-10, Atrium, prizes awarded at final assembly

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Reports to parents Y7,8,9,10,12

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Prizes Day

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Goodbye BBQ

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Summer School 2016

We would like to remind you about our upcoming Summer School. It´s filling up so don’t hesitate to book places for your children soon to avoid disappointment.

From our Principal

“You have to be willing to accept the information. You have to be willing to work hard. You have to be motivated to go to practice with an open mind. You have to be willing to be criticized. Only you can do those things.”

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From our Primary school

What a busy week in Primary School!  Years 1 and 2 have been on their two-day residential trip and had a fabulous time. Both teachers and children say that the location and the food was fabulous and I hear from the teachers that the children did manage to get some sleep in spite on their excitement!

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Reception Sleepover

This Thursday, 14 of the Reception children were real risk takers when they took part in the Reception Sleepover. The children said goodbye to their mummies and daddies in the morning and did not see them again until Friday afternoon!


Summer Fete 2016

Our annual PSP Summer Fete had been scheduled for Friday 17th June and this year we decided to combine it with the Sports Day. We woke up with dreadful weather and due to these horrid conditions the Sports Day had to be cancelled. With the rain clearing up a little during the day and with a strong desire to run the Summer Fete for the kids despite the conditions we decided to move the larger part of the attractions inside.

Our Principal Writes

“It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.”

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Senior Blog

As always with the end of the academic year, there are many activities going on across the school. Last week it was the end of year exams for Years 7-12 and this week has seen teachers going back though the exam papers with the students to find out how we can best support them moving forward into next year.

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Literacy in Nursery

First of all, I would like to say how impressed I have been with the progress the children in Nursery have made in their Literacy developmental area this school year. Moreover, I have been delighted to observe the children demonstrating enthusiasm and curiosity to learn the letters of the alphabet. The children themselves have been telling me all year about how excited they are to learn each new letter.