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What our Parents say

"The British School of Amsterdam is the most amazing school we could imagine! Everything: people, organisation, facilities are perfect!"

Year 2 Parent

"The most differentiating aspect has been the attention that is put on every child and the care that is taken to meet their individual needs to succeed."

Year 5 Parent

"Since his admission at nursery my son has loved the school. he has grown into a kind and self-confident young man. The warm and skilled staff have been a constant factor during all the years. "

Year 8 Parent

"Class teachers were involved with each and every child. My son had really good time interacting with teachers and his classmates. He enjoyed all the schools events and learned a great deal about everything a child his age should learn."

Nursery Parent

"The school has a wonderful curriculum with programs that stimulate the child's curiosity and creativity. Above all, the enthusiastic and compassionate teachers made the experience special."

Year 2 Parent

"My daughter loves the BSA with all her heart. She is enjoying everything!"

Year 5

"It’s the first school our son joined and he went to school happily every day."

Nursery Parent

"A very friendly environment, welcoming atmosphere and easy communication with the teachers and management."

Year 6 Parent

"High professional support, welcoming environment, strong academic curriculum and delivery."

Year 1 Parent

"The school has done the best for my child. The staff are always very supportive!"

Year 3 Parent

School life

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Year 3 pupils took part in two inline skating workshops during recent PE lessons 🛼

There was a lot of excitement, as for many this was an opportunity to try a new sport. They were taught basic skating tricks and how to fall safely, and had loads of fun doing it. Big smiles all round! 😁✌️Image attachmentImage attachment

Year 3 pupils took part in two inline skating workshops during recent PE lessons 🛼

There was a lot of excitement, as for many this was an opportunity to try a new sport. They were taught basic skating tricks and how to fall safely, and had loads of fun doing it. Big smiles all round! 😁✌️
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Year 1 visited Muiderslot recently to reinforce their classroom learning of medieval castles 🏰 They have answered questions like who lived in a castle? and what are the jobs of people who lived in a castle?.

They also built their very own castles using recycled materials. How do you think they compare to the real thing? 🤩Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

Year 1 visited Muiderslot recently to reinforce their classroom learning of medieval castles 🏰 They have answered questions like "who lived in a castle?" and "what are the jobs of people who lived in a castle?".

They also built their very own castles using recycled materials. How do you think they compare to the real thing? 🤩
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Farewell to our Year 13 cohort! ✨ We marked the end of an era by having a farewell celebration, where the entire Senior School clapped and cheered them out of the school building. They spent their last day together signing shirts and eating pizza.

Now, its time to embrace the future with confidence and determination. Good luck with your exams and the adventures that lie ahead!Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

Farewell to our Year 13 cohort! ✨ We marked the end of an era by having a farewell celebration, where the entire Senior School clapped and cheered them out of the school building. They spent their last day together signing shirts and eating pizza.

Now, it's time to embrace the future with confidence and determination. Good luck with your exams and the adventures that lie ahead!
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Many congratulations to a super cohort! With love from Mrs Miles 🥰

Our rooftop Secret Garden is thriving after our Early Years pupils have been tending to it over recent weeks 🌱 Currently they are growing broccoli, courgettes, and other vegetables and herbs!

They also enjoy insect spotting when they spend time in the garden. They see all kinds of different insects such as spiders, caterpillars and woodlice. Here are some photos of the pupils in action 🐛🕷️

To learn more about our Early Years, attend our upcoming Open Day on Saturday 8 June. Sign up to attend here 👉 www.britams.nl/eys-open-dayImage attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

Our rooftop Secret Garden is thriving after our Early Years pupils have been tending to it over recent weeks 🌱 Currently they are growing broccoli, courgettes, and other vegetables and herbs!

They also enjoy insect spotting when they spend time in the garden. They see all kinds of different insects such as spiders, caterpillars and woodlice. Here are some photos of the pupils in action 🐛🕷️

To learn more about our Early Years, attend our upcoming Open Day on Saturday 8 June. Sign up to attend here 👉 www.britams.nl/eys-open-day
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Meet our Senior School Counsellors! 👋 Melanie (left) and Jane (right), share their priorities and how they support the community below:

We provide a safe and non-judgmental space for pupils so that they have a place where they feel comfortable in sharing their difficulties and promote mental health throughout the school.

Pupils are encouraged to become curious about their thoughts and feelings as a way of developing resilience to face challenges as they journey through school.

We often advocate young people to share their experiences with others, encouraging the phrase a problem shared is a problem halved, as we recognise how important sharing vulnerabilities is for building connections.

Pupils are welcome to drop in, ask a teacher, or send an email if they want to reach out. Equally, we hope the parent community sees us as a resource available to them if they need a listening ear. 🗣️👂

Meet our Senior School Counsellors! 👋 Melanie (left) and Jane (right), share their priorities and how they support the community below:

"We provide a safe and non-judgmental space for pupils so that they have a place where they feel comfortable in sharing their difficulties and promote mental health throughout the school.

Pupils are encouraged to become curious about their thoughts and feelings as a way of developing resilience to face challenges as they journey through school.

We often advocate young people to share their experiences with others, encouraging the phrase 'a problem shared is a problem halved', as we recognise how important sharing vulnerabilities is for building connections.

Pupils are welcome to drop in, ask a teacher, or send an email if they want to reach out. Equally, we hope the parent community sees us as a resource available to them if they need a listening ear." 🗣️👂
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This week is full of creative flair as pupils across the school take part in several activities for our Arts theme, Connecting across the world 🎨✨

So far we have had drumming and ukelele workshops, ukelele flash mobs, rap slams, choir performances, face painting, chalk drawing, art postcards, and an arts quiz!

We also have pupils busking during their breaks in communal areas of the school for everyone to enjoy, and some special appearances from parents playing piano for the Junior School 🎹🎼Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

This week is full of creative flair as pupils across the school take part in several activities for our Arts theme, 'Connecting across the world' 🎨✨

So far we have had drumming and ukelele workshops, ukelele flash mobs, rap slams, choir performances, face painting, chalk drawing, art postcards, and an arts quiz!

We also have pupils busking during their breaks in communal areas of the school for everyone to enjoy, and some special appearances from parents playing piano for the Junior School 🎹🎼
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At The British School of Amsterdam we provide a stimulating and caring environment for our pupils to allow them to reach their full potential which makes a career with us incredibly rewarding.

By joining our team, you are joining individuals who not only support pupils achieve academically, but recognise each pupil for their individual needs and talents. Our international school has a large proportion of staff that have been teaching here for many years. And the reason is simple, we love what we do.