International School of Bremen
About International School of Bremen
International School of Bremen is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational, independent all-through school in Germany, serving students from the age of 3-19.
International School of Bremen was established in 1998 to serve pupils in the international community in the area. The school offers small classes, with no more than 18 students per year group. Students and staff come from over 40 countries around the world, with lessons being taught in English. International School of Bremen follows the international curriculum, with students studying towards IGCSE exams, followed by the International Baccalaureate Organisation Diploma Programme (IBDP). It is an International Baccalaureate World School and has been awarded STEM School status.
Values and vision
International School of Bremen wants to provide all students with an outstanding education, where they can develop as responsible, active and ethical citizens in an ever changing, global society. Students are encouraged to make a positive contribution to the local and wider community throughout their time at the school, such as the joining the Global Issues Network, where they can discuss and learn about current ethical and economical problems around the world. The all-through school believes that all students have the potential to succeed and dedicated teaching staff work to encourage and nurture students to achieve to the highest of their ability across the curriculum. It is vital to the school that students feel safe and cared for and that each child is recognised for their unique talents, skills and personal attributes. The school is proud of its international community and pupils are taught to appreciate cultural diversity. A wide range of extra-curricular clubs are on offer for pupils to get involved in and enhance their learning experience outside the classroom, which include art lessons, chess club, dance class and the Duke of Edinburgh Award.