• Authentically International

    "International" is more than a label here. It is at the very core of everything we do and how we do it.

    Students coming to school in the morning

  • Transferable Curriculum

    A curriculum handpicked for its international focus and global recognition, culminating in the IB Program.

    Students at the British International School of Washington

  • Inspiring Each Other

    Our students will embrace your child with open arms. Our students inspire each other to succeed.

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  • Dedicated and Inspiring

    Our teachers are recruited for their ability to nurture lifelong learners and inspire excellence.

    Teacher and student at the British International School Washington

  • Your New Community

    We welcome you to our inclusive community. From day one you and your child will feel at home with us.

    excited students at the British International School of Washington

  • Every Day is Different

    Your child will experience something new every day. Find out what's happening and connect with each other.

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  • Ask Anything

    Speaking directly with us is the best way to get your questions answered quickly. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Harry Roberts

Harry Roberts

English and Drama Teacher

Born in Newcastle, my dad’s role in the military soon meant we embarked upon an 11-year tour of locations in Germany, before returning to the U.K and Pembrokeshire, in West Wales, for my secondary education. It was at the University of Wales, I received my BA (hons) in English, before completing my PGCE at Swansea University.


A teacher of English and Drama, my career has seen me teach in Chester, Cheshire for three years before moving to Nairobi, Kenya where I taught for a further two years.


During my career, I have been fortunate enough to receive a national award for Most Inspirational Teacher in the 2013 Shine Awards, held in London, as well as delivering INSET sessions on good teaching practice to LEAs during my time in the UK. Extracurricular projects have seen me direct numerous school productions and undertake the founding and running of two school newspapers.

In my spare time I like to keep fit by competing in Iron-Man Triathlons, reading, and following the highs-and-increasing-lows of Manchester United.

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