Welcome to the British School of Geneva
Just one week on from welcoming MILE bilingual school in Milan to the International Schools Partnership, we are now delighted to announce that the British School of Geneva has joined the partnership.
The school, located in Châtelaine, Geneva, Switzerland is an all-through school and operates the English National Curriculum for children from 4 – 18 years of age. The school stands out for being diverse and international with families from over 70 different nationalities. The British School of Geneva has a strong focus on being different to give families more choice. We know the British School of Geneva is a great addition to our partnership and we will now work closely with the school to learn more from staff, students and families as well and introduce the many benefits of joining our global group of schools where together we will put learners and learning first.
Representatives from the British School of Geneva comment:
“We are excited and pleased with the inclusion of the British School of Geneva within a wider group of schools under the stewardship of International Schools Partnership. Whilst we are proud of the remarkable achievements of the school since 2005, we believe ISP as a leading global education provider, will help to take the school forward to the next phase of development”.
Steve Brown, CEO of the International Schools Partnership says:
“Welcoming the British School of Geneva to our global partnership is a hugely exciting step in the development and growth our group as well as the school. BSG is a great school and is well-known to local families. The school is a good fit for our group where learning takes centre-stage and we will now be spending time meeting parents and staff about what it means to be part of ISP”.
The British School of Geneva is our first school in Switzerland and is the 50th school to join our global group. The group now has schools in 15 countries around the world.
We welcome all children, students and staff of the school to ISP.
Find out more about the British School of Geneva here.
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