Park Lane International School
About Park Lane International School
Park Lane International School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational independent all-through school in the Czech Republic, serving students from the age of 3-18. The all-through school has two sites in neighbourhoods near and in the centre of Prague, with approximately 291 students on record.
Park Lane International School opened in 2008. There are approximately 41 nationalities represented among the students at the school. It follows the English National Curriculum, along with an additional Czech language programme.
Values and vision
Park Lane International School wants all students to feel valued and cared for during their time there and works to offer a broad and balanced learning curriculum to inspire all. The all-through school promotes the culture of excellence, team spirit and determination and helps students to become self-assured, caring and responsible individuals. It is important to the school that pupils understand their role as active citizens and nurtures them as responsible members of the global community, preparing them for life in a modern and ever changing world. Pupils benefit from small class sizes, allowing for them to build strong relationships with their teachers and gain a personalised education, fulfilling their potential and developing their unique skills and talents. The school believes in the importance of Physical Education and offers a varied sporting curriculum, including dance, athletics, outdoor adventure games, swimming and gymnastics. Park Lane International School offers generous benefits to British teaching staff wishing to come to work at the school, including an annual air fair to the UK, free Czech lessons, health insurance, school lunches and a relocation package.