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Dutch school system

An international school for girls and boys aged 3-18, BSN is a thriving community of 80+ nationalities. The BSN’s blend of traditional British values, educational rigour, and caring and committed staff provides an
environment for students to prepare for a happy and successful life, no matter the pursuit.

https://www.britishschool.nl/

The British School of Amsterdam

Forward looking, forward thinking: the best that British international education offers. A thriving school community which empowers everyone to be the very best they can be. Primary/GCSE/A Level – 3-18 years.

Admissions: admissions@britams.nl
+31 (0) 20 67 97 840

https://www.britams.nl/

The HSV is an International Primary School offering international education for children aged 3 to 11 years old. We have four locations in different areas of The Hague. Three Little Ships is our international pre-school. Lighthouse is our school for children with special needs. We offer The International Primary Curriculum, specialist physical education, music and handicraft lessons.

https://hsvid.nl/

The International School of The Hague, with its strong diverse community within the International City of Justice and Peace, is well placed to provide a dynamic learning environment that is conducive to intercultural learning and global citizenship.

https://www.ishthehague.nl/index.cfm

Our school challenges and inspires students from Pre-Kindergarten through to Grade 12 to be principled and resourceful citizens of the world. We go beyond traditional education to transform learning. Your child will study world-renowned curricula, enhanced with global programmes bespoke to Nord Anglia, such as STEAM with MIT and the Global Campus.

https://www.nordangliaeducation.com/schools/europe/netherlands/rotterdam

Our Vision: educating for self-awareness, curiosity and integrity in a changing world. Our mission is for every
student to enjoy their youth. We will do this by providing innovative approaches to learning, by encouraging
achievement, by fostering international mindedness with local and global engagement, by modelling ethical
behaviour and by acting respectfully and with honesty.

https://riss.wolfert.nl/