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Our School Day

Classes take place daily, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. After the classes, pupils may attend extra-curricular activities at school that are organised by the after-school care centre.

The school day is divided into three parts referred to as blocks, separated from one another by longer breaks (morning, lunch and afternoon). Within the blocks, regular breaks are included every 45 minutes which are used by pupils to refresh themselves, have a short break and get prepared for the next lesson.

The school day structure at our school, i.e. classes, breaks, etc., are fully in compliance with the requirements of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, while also being consistent with the school day at PBIS.

The content of the major educational subjects is based on the Framework Educational Programme for Primary Schools, while the British style of education, teaching methods as well as the individual approach to pupils, remains preserved.

Individual subjects are taught in Czech with the full support of the British curriculum. In this way, pupils naturally develop knowledge of their mother tongue, while acquiring adequate knowledge of the English language. Pupils may fully employ their talents and interests in an abundant number of events (e.g. drama performances, school shows, singing in the choir, art competitions, etc.) and clubs (football, floorball, singing, drama, art, etc.) organised by the school.


Meals are provided by the school canteen, which focuses on a healthy diet, offering three dishes daily to choose from. Intelligent cards are used for meal ordering. Their credit may be recharged and they clearly show which menu was selected by a pupil.

Our school also takes care of pupils' fluid intake; there are drinks dispensers installed all over the school. Pupils are encouraged to drink regularly during the whole school day. As research shows, these measures increase pupils’ attention, especially in the afternoon hours.


The Czech British Primary School uses modern buses to transport pupils between the schools and also for the purposes of school trips, visits to swimming pools, etc.

Buses are also used for the Home-School-Home Transport of children. This service is a paid service, hence it must be covered by pupils’ parents. In addition to this, a school shuttle bus service between the nearest metro stations and the school sites in Prague 4 and Prague 6 has been established for pupils of our school and PBIS.

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