We follow the broad, balanced British curriculum, delivering an “Internationally British” education in English to children aged 5 to 18.
We may be passionate about our vision, mission and core values, but we’re also serious about maintaining our high standards in every single STEAM school. The standard of our teaching will be regularly assessed by a professional team of senior academics who have been trained in important areas of school inspection including:
- International accreditation
- School inspection methodologies
- School self-evaluations
All schools offering Cambridge qualifications must demonstrate their eligibility to do so by successfully registering with Cambridge Assessment International Education. Cambridge programmes and qualifications set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigour and reflect the latest educational research.
British International School of Uppsala is approved as a Cambridge International School.
Founded over 50 years ago, the European Council of International Schools (ECIS) is synonymous with excellence in leading and learning. Tapping into their vast network and resources, ECIS provides opportunities for professional development, promoting and supporting the ideals and best practices of international education.
British International School of Uppsala is an ECIS member.
COBIS, as the largest educational association for international British schools overseas, exists to serve member schools of quality worldwide. COBIS is a rigorous quality assurance organization for British schools overseas that supports schools on their development journey and actively supports whole school improvement ensuring the best possible educational environments for children and young people worldwide.
British International School of Uppsala has started the process to be certified by COBIS.
British International School, Uppsala
A STEAM British School
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The British Curriculum leads to GCSE (at age 16) and A Level examinations (at age 18). These are qualifications that are recognised by universities and employers around the world.