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The state school system in Belgium can seem complex but there is a wide array of childcare and education facilities for expat families to consider.
The ISB's Common Ground Curriculum uses visual media learning to help turn students from being media consumers to critical thinkers and creators. [Contributed by The International School of Brussels]
Nine senior ISF Waterloo students joined the recent IMUN in Rome to practise their skills in a competitive environment and learn about the world — an opportunity that the school will continue to offer each year. [Contributed by ISF Waterloo]
St. John's International School in Waterloo, Belgium celebrates diversity and provides a warm welcome and support for new students and families to make their transition to a new school and city easy. [Contributed by St. John's International School]
The International School of Brussels is tapping into the power of drama to teach students important skills for the modern world. [Contributed by The International School of Brussels]
ISF Waterloo takes next step towards innovative and inspired learning by launching the first Google Educators Group among all Belgian schools. [Contributed by ISF Waterloo]
Tips on choosing the best education option for your kids and how to help them integrate in their new school overseas. [Contributed by TorFX]
St. John's IB Primary Years Programme focuses on the well-rounded education of elementary school children. [Contributed by St. John's International School]
Whether you're looking for an international school, private school, English school or Montessori school in Belgium, here is a list of Belgium's international education options.
There are several British schools in Belgium located in the main Belgian cities, such as Brussels and Antwerp.
If you're living in Belgium, should you choose a local or international school in Belgium for your child's education?
A list of international schools in Belgium, including Dutch, German, Japanese, Jewish and Scandinavian school systems from kindergarten until secondary school.
International schools continue to gain a reputation for preparing international children for English-speaking higher education opportunities throughout the world.
What is it about the IPC that has gained the commitment of over 1,300 schools in over 63 countries around the world in just 10 years?
Choosing whether to send your kids to a local European school or an international school while living abroad can be a tough decision. Here are some tips to help you choose a school abroad.