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British International School of Cracow (BISC) is opening a new school in Wrocław. On 19.05.2006, BISC held its second information meeting. Against our common assumption, the difference between the international school and the non-international school is not simply where the children come from, and the class taught in English is not enough to make a school truly “international.” Our video podcast features two examples of “internationalism” in BISC’s programme.
In our knowledge, BISC will be the first comprehensive international school in Wrocław, from the nursery up to the end of the secondary education. It will also be the first to provide the genuine, experimented non-Polish education to the international communities in Wrocław: BISC’s programme and philosophy are based on the British educational system and tested already 11 years in its Krakow school, and the classes will be taught in English by the experienced teachers from UK, not by the locally employed “native speakers” or Polish teachers.
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