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These are some of our affiliations.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) is a global leader in international education—developing inquiring, knowledgeable, confident, and caring young people. The ISB offers the Primary Years Programme*, the Middle Years Programme and the Diploma Programme, part of the continuum of programmes which provide a solid, consistent framework and the flexibility to tailor students’ education according to their culture and context.
ISB is part of the Dutch International Schools network which provides education for children from 4-19 from international familie. DIS offer a variety of international programmes which enable students to continue their education anywhere in the world. The language of tuition is English but Dutch is also taught to help students participate in Dutch society.
Eco-Schools is the largest global sustainable schools programme that works with students to think and act sustainably. The students take centre stage in this student-led programme to gain the Eco Schools illustrious Green Flag and give sustainability a permanent place in the school.
ISB is a language friendly school. The language of instruction is English but we are linguistically inclusive, both recognising and embracing all languages spoken by the students, parents and stakeholders.
Breda Internationals is a community that helps expats and internationals living in Breda connect and share information and experiences to help support expats who are settling into a new life in the Netherlands. Breda Internationals collaborates with local organizations to host various social, family or business-related events and activities throughout the year. Activities include informational workshops about Dutch taxation or housing, networking events, meet & greets and family-friendly events.
The Brabant Road Safety Label (BVL: BrabantsVerkeersveiligheidsLabel) was introduced in this part of the Netherlands (Brabant) in 1997. The aim of this project is to improve road safety among children and young people by paying structural attention to traffic education in schools.
BVL approaches this issue on all fronts: from local policy to traffic education in the classroom, from traffic behavior in and around school grounds to support by the police and traffic safety organisations. The BVL team assists local authorities and schools in improving the quality of traffic education. BVL also awards a quality mark to schools meeting the criteria for an enduring and safe way of providing traffic education in schools.