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  • You want the best for your child

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

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  • Global citizens

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

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  • Did you know?

    PBIS was born following the merger of two of Prague's leading international schools, the Prague British School (PBS) and the English International School Prague (EISP)


  • Did you know?

    When you join a Nord Anglia Education school you become part of a global education family.

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  • What's on at PBIS?

    There is always something going on at PBIS. Our news and events puts information at parents’ finger tips.

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  • How can we help?

    Our admissions team will listen to your needs and help make joining the PBIS community a smooth and simple process.


  • Making connections

    The doors at PBIS are always open. Come and see why families say that PBIS ‘just feels right’.

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House System

At PBIS, students, from FSU to Year 13, are divided into four houses (Karlštejn, Lednice, Konopiště and Hluboká). Each student is allocated a house at the time of enrolment and we always ensure that siblings are placed in the same house.

Houses are a common feature of English-speaking schools around the world. Houses play an important pastoral role in the school as they help foster a community spirit and support the need of each child to belong.

Some children might feel uprooted as they evolve in the international sector and school becomes a focal point in their life. The house system will contribute to their general well-being and emotional development. It will also allow the students to interact with different children (younger and older) which will in turn develop their empathy and strengthen their ability to support their peers.

At PBIS we also encourage healthy competition between houses. Our sports day, for example, is an inter-house competition. We also organise regular events (spelling bee, floorball games, debate competitions, art challenges or talent shows) that enable all the children to take part and to shine. We have a year-long programme of inter-house events, with points contributing to the award of the House Cup at the end of the year.

The annual appointment of house captains, who assist in the organisation of their house is a key event at the start of the school year and the house captains learn invaluable skills for their future life.

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    Our Approach To STEAM

    Our approach to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) is an innovative way to help your child develop skills for the future. We have teamed up with one of the most influential universities in the world to help guide the way on STEAM learning.

  • Juilliard-Nord Anglia Overview

    Juilliard Curriculum Overview

    What is the Juilliard-Nord Anglia embedded music curriculum and what does it mean for your child?