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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)

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  • 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.

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  • Making connections

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

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Student Council

A successful school empowers its students to have a say in how it is run and encourages them to use their voices collectively.

Our School Councils are the main forums for our students to make their voices heard. With one representative from each class or tutor group, our three School Councils (Senior, Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 1 & Early Years) meet once a week to discuss issues that are important to them.

Having a voice helps our students to feel valued and increases their sense of self-worth. The process of collective decision-making also helps them to understand the responsibility of being part of a community and how to respect and operate within democratic processes.

The School Councils are supervised by teachers but are chaired and run by students. Recently they have successfully asked the school for more play facilities, resulting in a new climbing frame in the Primary playground. They have also selected which charities the school should support throughout the year, giving our students an extra stake in our fundraising efforts.