• A global education

    We are a Nord Anglia Education school, with 42 sister schools around the world

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  • Did you know?

    Our average class size is 13 students, meaning every student gets the support they need to achieve highly

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  • Serious about students' futures

    Our graduating students go on to the best universities in the UK, US, Europe and Asia

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  • We love languages

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

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  • Academic excellence

    In 2016 Our highest IB Diploma student gained 44 points putting them into the top 1% of students worldwide.

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  • Did you know?

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

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  • Did you know?

    We have been established in the Czech Republic for more than 20 years

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A school with the highest academic standards

At EISP we understand that care, attention and an individualised approach to learning produce excellent results. Learn more about our warm, caring school community and the outstanding academic results our students achieve

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

Oct 24 (all day)

Half-term Break

Oct 28 (all day)

Public Holiday

Nov 17 (all day)

Public Holiday

Dec 19 (all day)

Christmas Holidays

Jan 01 (all day)

Public Holiday

From Our Principal

“I am thankful for all of those who said NO to me. It’s because of them I’m doing it myself.”

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From our Primary school

What a fabulous couple of weeks it has been! As you know, last week was International Week in school and this meant that all sorts of enrichment activities were planned for the students over the course of the week. There was a house competition where students worked within their house group to learn and perform a dance from around the World – and there was a great variety.

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From our Reception class

In Reception we have been working hard at learning our letter sounds, particularly focusing on S, A, T, P so far and have completed lots of fun work for this. For example, we made sparkly sixes, did skipping, played with sand, stones and ‘snow’, and cut out stars and sausages to practice our scissor skills for letter S; colouring apples and aliens for the letter A

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International Food Festival 2016

From the very start of this academic year everyone had been talking about and preparing for the International Food Festival. Parents were seen in deep conversations with their peers chatting about what to cook and bake to make sure the Festival this year is as good as in the past.

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The Role Of International Education Amid Growing Anti-Globalisation Sentiment Post-Brexit

Read an interesting article about the role of international education post-Brexit by Nord Anglia CEO Andrew Fitzmaurice on The Huffington Post.

Our Principal Writes

 “I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it”

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Senior News

Welcome to international week and the international food fayre! This week in the senior school we have been focussing on international-themed activities but before I talk about those I am going to cast your minds back to last weekend. This was the first weekend of our Duke of Edinburgh expeditions with 18 students either taking part in training activities such as first aid or a practice hike for the silver award students. The silver award students ended up hiking over 30km with a few wrong turns and some interesting weather to contend with.

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The International Day in Early Years

Wednesday was a busy morning for our Early Years classes! In Reception class, we looked at all the different flags for the nationalities of the children. We made the flag from our home country and even did a quiz to see which flags we could recognise. We tried to find our home country on a map of the world. We also looked at different ways of greeting eachother (saying Hello or Good Morning) in different languages.