Garden International School (GIS) was founded in 1951 and was one of the first British international schools in the country. It has now become one of the largest international schools here educating over 2,000 students of 65 nationalities. GIS provides a high quality, holistic British-based curriculum alongside a unique innovative teaching and learning culture for students aged three to 18 years. Students benefit from both a ‘taught curriculum’ delivered in the classroom, and a ‘wider curriculum’ that takes place outside the classroom through CCAs (co-curricular activities), sports, community service and the Duke of Edinburgh International Award.
GIS students consistently achieve some of the best academic results in the world with 69% acquiring A*/A grades in IGCSE and 62% acquiring A*/A grades in A-Levels. Over 60% gain entry into top 100 universities and some students gain admission to more than one Ivy League university.
To find out more about the school, curriculum and student life, attend the Open Day on 8 March where you will have the opportunity to speak to teachers and see first-hand both the main campus and the Early Years Centre. Parents who apply on the same day will be entitled to a 100% application fee waiver (terms and conditions apply).
For details of the Open Day programme and to register, head here.