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Did You Know?
Our school offers an environment of respect, intercultural understanding and integrity, where everyone is involved, valued and successful; a community where individuals make a difference.
97% of our parents say their child is developing confidence and independence at our school
Through Nord Anglia University our teaching staff maintain the highest standards of a rigorous British education.
Our students have achieved strong results in the IB Diploma Programme. BISB’s initial average score this year is 2½ points higher than the IB global average, maintaining the gap between ourselves and other IB schools around the world.
We welcome the opportunity to meet you, therefore we have a dedicated team waiting to hear from you and ready to put you in touch with others whom you may wish or need to speak to.
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Find out more about our Physical Education Department and the BISB Wolves!
Meet our Year 2 teachers.
Year 2 Sky Teacher
BA Psychology, History of Art, University of Malta
MA Educational Psychology , Institute of Education University of London
PGCE Primary Education, Institute of Education University of London
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Year 2 Lagoon
MA in Modern Languages (German and Swedish), University of Edinburgh
PGCE, University of Sunderland
Year 2 Blueberry Teacher
Ms Newson has pursued two interconnected careers: having first studied Education and Modern Languages, she returned to university to gain a degree in Linguistics and also a PGCE. This means that besides many years teaching Primary, she has also been able to teach EAL. She conducted research and was a lecturer at the Universities of Reading and Hertfordshire in the UK and has a special interest in language development in children (native, bilingual and non-native speakers) and linguistics for education, for example development and support of reading skills in small children using the widely successful Oxford Reading Tree scheme.
Year 2 Sky Assistant
Ms Kurcz studied at the Teacher Training College in Esztergom, Hungary and after successfully graduating, she spent a year in the UK, working as a cover teacher in a small private school. Upon her return to Budapest, Ms Kurcz completed a CELTA course and began working in a language school as an English teacher. She joined The British International School Budapest in 2011.
Year 2 Lagoon Assistant
CELTA, Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools, TESL
Year 2 Ocean Teacher
Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Mr. Holeczy has a BA degree in Business and Music as well as an MA degree in Primary Education. He taught for two years in Budapest before joining our school to cover a maternity leave. Mr. Holeczy comes from a family of educators; his grandparents were teachers in Budapest.
Year 2 Learning Support Assistant
Year 2 Ocean Assistant
Ms Seres was born in Budapest, and she did all her studies here.
When she completed the Grammar School(Petofi Sandor, Budapest) she decided to challenge herself and joined an organisation called Community Service Volunteers and went to Britain. She spent half a year in London, and another half in Colchester helping disabled people.