Kings Schools International Bratislava is in the green phase.We ask all parents and visitors to the school to follow the instructions of principals, teachers and other staff when entering and moving around the school premises.
“We believes that equal weight should be given to sports, arts and academics in order to ensure students have the widest possible choice of education pathways from school to university and employment”
International Day of Human Space Flight is celebrated every year on the 12th of April. This day marks the most important event in the history of mankind, where Yuri Gagarin and others traveled into space. 👨🏻🚀🧑🏾🚀🚀🌍 ... See MoreSee Less
“Having good health is the greatest wealth you can ever have.“
Happy World Health Day!!! 🌍🌏🌎 ... See MoreSee Less
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Wishing you all a season filled with peace, joy, and beautiful weather. 🌸🍀🌞 Happy Easter! 🐣 ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Teachers Day!!! 📝🧮🖌📚👩🏻🏫👨🏼🏫 ... See MoreSee Less
Over 700 students from all over the world participated in the National Geographic Learning event, meant to raise awareness on the use of plastic and the impact it already has on our environment and subsequently, our lives.
Dr Imogen Napper, marine biologist and National Geographic explorer, presented the results of some of her team's experiments with plastic, concluding that although it is one of the most useful materials used by humans, plastic can be very harmful to the world around us.
The interactive virtual lesson gave the participants the opportunity to express their beliefs about plastic use, showing them how to reduce, reuse and recycle, as well as making them aware that we can all play a part in making the world a better place. At the end of the lesson, year 6 students reflected on how responsible they are as global citizens and promised to maximise their individual efforts for a global cause, while thinking like a plastic detective.
It was great to be part of this project! Thank you Mr. Gabriel Laur! ... See MoreSee Less
“Teaching aims to spark the curiosity in students which motivates and drives their learning…”