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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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English as an Additional Language

Some children come to school with little or no proficiency in English. At the Prague British International School, our English as an Additional Language (EAL) programme allows pupils to acquire the skills they need to communicate effectively in the English language.

We provide high quality support, catering for differing levels of fluency.

Primary children with limited English are assessed by an EAL teacher, in liaison with the class teacher and parents, to determine the level of support they will need.

Children needing EAL support will be taught either individually or in small groups in a specialist EAL room or be given support within their classroom in certain lessons. The type and amount of support is dependent on the level of English of the child in comparison to their age. It is agreed by the EAL teacher and class teacher and discussed with parents.

A detailed plan is put together by the EAL teacher, which is then discussed with parents each term and a written report provided three times a year.