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    So do we. Students at PBIS learn in a happy and secure environment in which they can achieve their potential.

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    PBIS delivers an unrivalled, broad and balanced curriculum to each individual student.

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Curriculum

We teach the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). It is used at more than 1,000 schools in 65 countries all over the world. The IPC first came to existence in 2000 when a group of leading experts on children's education from across the world decided to develop a curriculum that would better meet the needs of pupils at international schools.

The objective of the IPC is that pupils concentrate on both academic and personal as well as international aspects in their education. We want children to enjoy learning and develop their natural curiosity as well as the personal qualities they need to become good citizens of the world, developing their sense for national awareness and culture and, concurrently, a deep respect for other nationalities and cultures. The most important goal of the IPC is that children develop all the skills they will need to face the world of tomorrow with certainty.

Milepost 1 (British Years 1 and 2) – Key Stage 1 (Czech Preparatory Class and Class 1)

Children between the ages 5 – 7 study appropriate themes in individual subjects, supplemented with activities designed specifically for Milepost 1 (Key Stage 1), covering the Preparatory Class (Year 1) and Class 1 (Year 2).

The educational objectives for English and mathematics are adopted from the English National Curriculum following the Framework for Literacy and Numeracy and all the other subjects are taught through project-based education within the IPC.

Milepost 2 (Years 3 and 4) – Key Stage 2 (Class 2 - Class 3)

Children between the ages 7 – 9 study appropriate themes in individual subjects, supplemented with activities designed specifically for Milepost 2 (Key Stage 2), covering Class 2 (Year 3) and Class 3 (Year 4).

The educational objectives for English and mathematics are adopted from the English National Curriculum following the Framework for Literacy and Numeracy and all the other subjects are taught through project-based education within the IPC.

Milepost 3 (Years 5 and 6) – Milepost 3 (Class 4 - Class 5)

Children between the ages 9 – 11 study appropriate themes in individual subjects, supplemented with activities designed specifically for Milepost 3 (Key Stage 3), covering Class 4 (Year 5) and Class 5 (Year 6).

The educational objectives for English and mathematics are adopted from the English National Curriculum following the Framework for Literacy and Numeracy and all the other subjects are taught through project-based education within the IPC.

Clubs

The education also includes extra-curricular activities within clubs. The list of clubs changes every term and children can select from a wide and diverse range focused on sports, arts and logical/analytical pursuits. Clubs are shared by both our school and PBS and nearly all of them are held in English. Clubs are led by teachers from both schools as well as external trainers, coaches and instructors. Those interested in singing may enrol for the School Choir. The School Choir is very popular, having been through several years of successful activities and favourite and appreciated performances.

Our school also cooperates with the International School of Music which organises instrumental classes and classes of ballet or singing for children. The classes take place on the premises of the school during lunch breaks or after school.

Other activities organised by external agencies include, among others, karate, modern dancing such as street dance, skipping, etc.

School Trips

Other activities making education more varied are nature studies trips and skiing courses that are very popular among children. These are shared by pupils of both schools. So far, they have taken place in Špindlerův Mlýn and Harrachov.

During the academic year, pupils participate in interesting trips, excursions, exhibitions and concerts related to their education and the schoolwork themes covered.

Senior School Studies

After having completed Year 6, pupils of our school may continue their studies at PBS Senior School (the British version of the Czech “gymnázium”), another 8-year “gymnázium” or at the senior stage of another basic school in the Czech Republic.

Taking into account the type of our school, the close cooperation with PBS and the excellent language skills, the first option to be considered is to study at the British Senior School at PBS. It is an advantage for pupils that they are familiar not only with the environment but also their teachers, the educational style and the possibility to study at universities abroad after having completed their IB (International Baccalaureate). There, they can fully use and appreciate their excellent knowledge of English and the British style of education.

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