BISZ in NacionalPublished 12.06.2017.
Right before the new school year the Croatian weekly magazine Nacional introduced the three most influential private schools in Croatia. Both of our schools Kreativan Razvoj and the British International School of Zagreb had the honour of being mentioned.
The British International School of Zagreb is excited to announce that we are proud to be a part of Cambridge Strategies & Innovation 800 projectRead more
Right before the new school year the Croatian weekly magazine Nacional introduced the three most influential private schools in Croatia. Both of our schools Kreativan Razvoj and the British International School of Zagreb had the honour of being mentioned.Read more
Croatia's most popular weekly magazine Globus published an article this week on the necessity for a change in the Croatian national school curriculum. A huge part of this article consists of the thoughts and observations made by our Principal Martin-Tino Časl regarding the disadvantages of the Croatian curriculum in comparison with the British National Curriculum placing a special emphasis on our Cambridge program. As numerous times before our school is once again a pioneer of new ideas in this area.Read more
The British International School of Zagreb has truly become an international school with over 100 students from more than 50 different countries. BISZ would like to take this opportunity to thank all the students, teachers, parents, staff, management and everyone else that contributed in creating this fantastic video. We hope that you will enjoy watching our promotional video. We enjoy working and living it every day! The British International School of Zagreb - Promotional video 2016.Read more
Today our school welcomed a very distinguished guest from Russia, Mr. Maxim Poletaev, a very close friend of our Principal. Mr. Poletaev is a Vice-Chairman of Sberbank, the biggest Eastern European bank. He gave a short lecture to our students in which he underlined the value of quality education in a rapidly changing modern society where new professions and occupations demand more and better education. He also described his deep respect for the British educational system and the value it offers to young people in raising their aspirations for their future careers. Finally, to the delight of both audience and visitors, he cut a cake in the shape of the famous Russian Matryoshka doll.Read more