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    Regular investment in our facilities helps improve the learning experience for all.

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    Through Nord Anglia University our teaching staff maintain the highest standards of a rigorous British education.

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    We aim for all our students to become 'Global Learners, Aspiring Leaders.'


  • Global Opportunities

    We are a truly international school with students attending from over 70 different countries

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  • Admissions are open

    We operate an open admissions policy because we believe that given the right learning environment every child can grow and thrive to be an outstanding success in life.

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    We have a dedicated team waiting to hear from you and support with your transition to the School.

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    Through our Connect section you can find out the latest from our school and from other schools in the Nord Anglia Education global family.

  • Be Ambitious

    The British School Warsaw has been running the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme since 2001. It is the best course to follow for entry to the best universities, worldwide.

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Message from our Principal

The good weather is providing ample opportunity for learning outside and it has been wonderful to see our primary classes taking part in investigations and entry points for their IPC topics.

Sue Hill

To coincide with the re-launch of our Wellbeing Café, the theme of this week’s news is of a pastoral nature. Intuitively, as any parent knows, and evidentially, children learn more effectively when their emotional needs are met. Happy learners have better outcomes in school and in life.

Mrs Alex Hands, our Pastoral Deputy Head, outlines the importance of looking after our student welfare in this week’s feature. Finding out which students are more vulnerable and seeking any barriers to learning is facilitated through the PASS (Pupil Attitude to Self and School) survey. The next steps are to help students to better cope with any stresses they may encounter. Whilst we know that these times under COVID can add extra stress to our lives, we aim to help children to rationalise and to understand the reasons why life at TBS looks a little different this term. The way we approach helping students to take care of their own mental health differs according to the age of the children. Outlined this week, we have examples from our Primary to IB shared by Mrs Tenneille Alderton and Mr Rob Prokic respectively.

Keeping safe outside school is also important. Our Assistant Head for Safeguarding Norah Buckley, suggests steps parents can take and conversations we can have which will enable our children to stay safe on their journeys to school.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Sue Hill