British International School of Stockholm

Sweden


Location: Sweden
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 3 - 18 years

About British International School of Stockholm

British International School of Stockholm is a co-educational all-through independent school based in Danderyd in Sweden.

The school was founded in 1980 and was initially run from a historic house in Danderyd called Borgen. It moved to its present location in Östra Valhallavägen in 1985. Originally called the British Primary School, the school chose to update its name to British International Primary School of Stockholm in 2000 before removing the word “primary” when the school expanded to include secondary children in 2014. The name is intended to reflect the fact that it is a truly international school with over 45 nationalities represented among pupils.  

Principal

Carl Hutson

Values and vision

British International School of Stockholm aims to be recognised as providing an outstanding holistic education which maximises learning for every one of its pupils. As such, the school wishes to be recognised as a leading international school and the international school of choice in Stockholm. Through outstanding teaching, the school wants to nurture a responsible, reflective, respectful and globally-minded community of lifelong learners who demonstrate high levels of achievement whilst maximising personal, social, physical and academic development in an environment of positive challenge. The school has affirmed that the education it offers is designed to enable smooth transition to other English speaking schools and examination courses around the world. It has also expressed a dedication to being a forward-looking school that explores new research-based approaches to improving learning.    

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Location


Address: Ekeby Site, Rinkebyvagen 4, Danderyd, 182 36, Sweden
Telephone: +46 7 6317 9977
Positions available at British International School of Stockholm