THE BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL UKRAINE
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The British International School in Ukraine offers high quality international education and prepares students to enter the best Universities around the world. The school is a member of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) representing over 265 member schools in 75 countries. Working according to COBIS standards means that students
of The British International School in Ukraine receive the same quality education as those studying at private schools in Great Britain.
From Nursery to Year 6 at three of our campuses in Kyiv we offer the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP). In Dnipro we offer a programme in line with the IB Primary Years Programme.
For Years 7 – 11 the British International School in Ukraine provides a curriculum in line with the English National Curriculum Key Stage 3 and Cambridge IGCSE. At the end of Year 9 students are assessed using the Cambridge Checkpoint exams. In years 10 and 11 (Key Stage 4) students are prepared for the Cambridge IGCSE exams.
From Years 12-13 students at Kyiv Pechersk campus can study IB Diploma Programme. It is recognized and respected by the world’s leading universities, and evidence suggests that higher rates of DP students go on to university and higher education study than non-IB students.
The British International School congratulates the Pakistani community in Ukraine on the occasion of the Pakistan Day. Our school embraces a commitment to internationalism and interculturalism by recognising what we have in common and exploring what is different in order to...22.03.2018
Michael Morpurgo is an English author of many books for children, five of which have been made into films. His most popular books include War Horse (1982), which was runner-up for the Whitbread Children's Book Award in 1982 and became...16.03.2018
Six individual artworks and one group entry from the students of the British International School Ukraine were accepted to the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) Art Competition 2018, arranged annually for British International Schools around the world. This year’s...9.03.2018
On Thursday, 1 March, primary teacher Nataliya Kravchenko and German language teacher Eugenia Poberezhniuk held an integrated lesson for Year 4 students on the subject “Verb in Ukrainian and German Languages”. The teachers worked based on the notion that students...5.03.2018
On the 1st of March students and teachers at the British International School Ukraine celebrated the World Book Day. Everyone could come to school dressed as a character of their favourite book. There were a number of activities arranged at...1.03.2018
On Sunday, 25 February, British International School Ukraine participated in the 1st English-speaking theatre festival in Kyiv PRO.ACT Fest. On the stage of Les Kurbas Centre Year 8 students from the Nivki Secondary campus performed their production ‘The Little Prince’,...27.02.2018
On February 17-18 secondary school students visited Poltava, where they learned more about the culture and traditions of this city and region. Students visited the Museum of Poltava battle history, went to the State Historical and Cultural reserve «The Field...21.02.2018