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Joining with PBS

Two of Prague’s leading international schools, the Prague British School (PBS) and the English International School Prague (EISP) are coming together as part of the Nord Anglia Education family of schools from September 2018.

  • Prague British International School

In September 2018 they will open as a single school with three sites. The Principal of the new, combined school will be Mr Michael Bardsley, currently the Head of Senior Schools at PBS.

Michael Bardsley

LIBUŠ CAMPUS

VLASTINA CAMPUS

KAMÝK CAMPUS

Libuš will will become a dedicated IGCSE and IB Centre for children aged 14 – 18 (Year 10 to Year 13). Vlastina will continue to cater for children aged 3 – 14 (Nursery – Year 9) as part of the new combined school.

Kamýk will cater for children aged 2 – 14 (Pre - Nursery – Year 9) as part of the new combined school.

CAROLINE TROUGHTON

 

PAUL
KURCZIJ 
PAUL BAKER
The Head of Libuš campus will be Caroline Troughton, current Head of Secondary and Assistant Principal for EISP. Caroline will also be the Vice-Principal of the new combined school. Paul Kurczij, the current Deputy Head of Vlastina Primary for PBS, will take on the role of Head of Vlastina Campus, which will continue to cater for children in Nursery to Year 9 as it does today. Paul Baker, the current Head of Kamýk Primary for PBS, will take on the role of Head of Kamýk Campus.

 

The three sites will offer the following Year Groups.

Age (before 1st Sept) Year Site
2 Pre Nursery*

 

 

 

 

 

 

KAMÝK & VLASTINA

3 Nursery
4 Reception
5 Year 1
6 Year 2
7 Year 3
8 Year 4
9 Year 5
10 Year 6
11 Year 7
12 Year 8
13 Year 9
14 Year 10

 

 

LIBUŠ 

15 Year 11
16 Year 12
17 Year 13
 

*Kamyk only

 

ADMISSIONS TO PBS AND EISP IN 2017/18

The Admissions departments have already joined together and our team will be happy to discuss what the integration will mean for each individual family. All members of the team work at both PBS and EISP in 2017/18.

Children joining us during 2017/18 are of course welcome to join the school of choice (EISP Libus, PBS Kamyk or PBS Vlastina), however we would recommend that families bear in mind the provision at each campus from September 2018.

Children applying to join the combined school from September 2018 or later will choose their campus based on the provision outlined above.

Admissions team contact details
admissions@eisp.cz
+420 272181911
Eva
Svitáková
Tereza
Chvátalová
Monika
Roberts
Fraser
Litster
 
TWO SCHOOLS COMING TOGETHER

PBS and EISP have been neighbours for over 20 years, delivering an outstanding British international education to families in Prague. There are many similarities between the schools, such as curriculum, facilities, student and staff communities. Most importantly, the schools shared values, principles and approaches to education which have led to excellent outcomes for their students.  

The strengths of each school will be combined when the schools join together to benefit our students, parents and staff. PBS families and staff will immediately benefit from being a member of the Nord Anglia Education family and EISP families and staff will benefit from being part of a larger school community in Prague.  

As we work towards bringing PBS and EISP together, students’ wellbeing and educational experience remains both schools’ top priority. After more than 20 years as neighbours and competitors, PBS and EISP can now begin preparing for a shared future for our children. 

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