Cambridge International School (Bratislava)
About Cambridge International School (Bratislava)
Cambridge International School (Bratislava) is a mixed, all-through international school catering for students aged from 2-18.
It is located in Central Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, and teaches in English, using native English teachers from the UK and other countries. The school has pupils from more than 20 different countries, and offers classes in maximum class size of 18.
The school curriculum is from the University of Cambridge, drawing on the English National Curriculum. The school teaches the Cambridge IGCSE, AS and A Level for students aged 14 to 18 years old.
Aaron James Guthrie King
Values and vision
The Cambridge International School (Bratislava) believes in providing a safe, caring and stimulating educational environment in which its pupils can develop as individuals.
The school aims to deliver a balanced curriculum, using modern teaching methods in order to promote academic excellence. The school fosters the values of self-respect, self discipline, organisation and independence.
The school aspires to cultivate a community that facilitates effective teaching and learning. It seeks to develop a happy, stimulating and supportive environment that provides all members of its community with opportunities to achieve their potential both intellectually and physically.
Cambridge International School (Bratislava) values honesty, punctuality, honesty, kindness, creativity, independence, trust, empathy, humour and tolerance. It recognises the importance of communication, and encourages and supports effective communication between all members of the school community, whether pupils, members of staff or parents / carers.
A fundamental aim of the Cambridge International School (Bratislava) is to prepare its pupils for their role in what it sees as an increasingly interconnected and rapidly changing world.