Our music team competed in the European Music Live! Festival, winning six of the twenty competition categories. The three-day festival allowed our musicians to perform and compete in front of a live audience again and we are so proud of the way in which they rehearsed, participated, and supported each other throughout. They also had the chance to mix virtually with students from the other seven schools, in workshops and the Big Music Quiz.
Over 1,300 students from 61 schools entered the NAE Virtual Young Musician of the Year 2021 competition. Our judging teams reviewed over 6,500 minutes of performance videos, before coming together to discuss and argue who they felt should be awarded honours, in 10 separate categories.
Three of our Vlastina secondary school teachers were recognised with global Nord Anglia Education teaching awards this week, as a result of their work creating high quality projects that are now shared with 70 schools worldwide.
Vlastina has received 2nd Green Flag award from Eco-Schools/Ekoškola in recognition of our Eco-Schools journey. To earn the Green Flag Award they have been following the seven elements of the programme for another two years.
On Thursday 17 September, Sofia K., a year 13 student from our Libus campus, shared her perspective on important global issues in a United Nations Voluntary National Review (VNR). Sofia was asked by UNICEF to share some key messages with governments and other decision-makers who are currently developing national plans to implement the SDGs.
Students at Prague British International School, which is part of the global Nord Anglia Education family of schools, are celebrating today after receiving their long-awaited IGCSE International General Certificate of Secondary Education) results. Our students’ incredible achievements in this special year have created an amazing atmosphere across our school as we celebrate their successes.
Between the 4th and 6th February 2020, PBIS hosted 4 inspectors from Penta International, a leading inspection organisation that is authorised by the British Government to inspect British Schools Overseas.
It was great to see so many students and parents interested in our IGCSE, IB and BTEC Options. We were showcasing our curriculum as well as exciting new developments to support students’ learning journey. Our Libuš Campus was open the whole evening and events took place throughout the campus. Students and parents attended talks and visited subject classrooms to engage with current students and teachers.
Over the last year, Prague British International School has been working on developing the fitness area at its Libuš campus. On Friday 17th January Vladimír Šmicer, the former Czech International football player, cut the ribbon to officially open the Fitness Suite and Active Zone.
On September, 25 - 30 2019 the Czech School Inspectorate inspected our bilingual school - Česko Britská Základní Škola. Its main goal was to evaluate the conditions, level and results of education provided by this primary school.
It was early May 2019 when a large group of IB students started talking about visiting CERN, the place where top scientists from all around the world seek the origin of the Universe by simulating the conditions prior to the Big Bang.
Learning and Performance Institute accredits Nord Anglia Education
Nord Anglia Education (NAE) today announced that it has received formal accreditation from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), the leading authority on workplace learning with global reach. Accessed by its 13,500 employees, NAE’s unique online learning platform - Nord Anglia University – is recognised by the LPI as an exemplar for learning and development.
Last weekend, PBIS hosted Juilliard-NAE Regional Music and Dance professional development course for music and dance teachers across Europe and the Middle East. The event was led by Kathryn Andersen, Violinist & Senior Curriculum Specialist, Juilliard Global K-12 Programs, and Hilary Easton, Director of Global K-12 Dance Programs and Faculty, Juilliard Dance Division.
Students at Prague British International School, part of the global Nord Anglia Education family of schools, are celebrating today after receiving their long-awaited IGCSE results earlier this month. Our students’ incredible achievements have created an amazing atmosphere all across our school as we celebrate their successes.
As part of Nord Anglia Education’s collaboration with UNICEF, students across the globe have been raising awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through projects at their schools. The SDGs are a collection of 17 goals set by the United Nations regarding social and economic development issues.
Every Nord Anglia international school supports its students to achieve more than they may have thought possible. We believe there is no limit to what students can achieve socially, personally and academically. This year, our students’ academic results reflect our shared commitment to excellence in this area.