Address: 1R Gara Catelu St.

Phone: +4021 306 95 30

E-mail: [email protected]


(P) International School of Bucharest (ISB) provides a high standard of education in English for over 830 students from the age of two and a half to eighteen. The curriculum is structured using the quality framework offered by the British National Curriculum which is adapted to include international best practice, meeting the needs of our diverse student body. Students are provided with a broad and balanced curriculum through cross-curricular learning, a variety of extracurricular activities and trips which help them all reach their full potential and develop their social and academic skills.

ISB is recognised by the Romanian Ministry of Education and it is an accredited Cambridge International School and Edexcel Exam Centre for IGCSE and A Level examinations, as well as accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and a member of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS).

Early Years Foundation Stage (ages 2.5 to 5)

A child-centred approach is taken focussing on personal, social, emotional, intellectual, physical and creative development. Our curriculum is based on the broad and structured UK Early Years Foundation Stage. Framework and is taught through a multi-sensory, play-based approach.

The Primary School (ages 5 to 11)

ISB Primary School follows the Cambridge Primary Curriculum for the English, Mathematics and Science subjects. British National Curriculum is used for the rest of the subjects which is adapted to reflect the International nature of the school as well as the local Romanian setting.

Secondary School (ages 11 to 18)

Pupils are supported in achieving their best in a specialist-taught curriculum. ISB is following the Cambridge University IGCSE and A level Diploma Programmes which allows our students to apply to respected universities worldwide. ISB prides itself with excellent IGCSE and A Level success rates every year.

At the International School of Bucharest:

We believe that all our pupils and staff are unique human beings, capable of spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical growth and development.

We value truth, freedom, justice, human rights, the law and collective effort for the common good.

We believe that pupils need to be taught to learn and build on new skills and develop socially.

We value families as sources of love and support for all their members, and as the basis of a society in

which people care for others. We believe we should respect the people, places and environment around us.

We also wholly believe that pupils learn to value and treat others with respect, not only for what they have but also for what we can do for them.

We recognise and celebrate achievement.

We believe relationships are fundamental to the development and fulfilment of ourselves and others, and for the good of both the local and wider international community.

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