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Our guide on education in the Netherlands takes you through schooling in the Netherlands up until higher education and university level.
The ISH employs the PATHS programme, which helps your child make quality friends to support their transition into their new home in the Netherlands. [Contributed by The International School of The Hague]
BSN is starting on September 2016 a new International Leadership Academy, which will bring in professional development experts to help further improve current staff members' teaching practices. [Contributed by The British School in the Netherlands]
For internationally mobile families, settling children into childcare is often a challenge. Zein International Childcare was established to achieve just that — and now they have added a special holiday programme for new arrivals to their services.
BSN given excellent ratings in all categories following a week-long inspection by representatives from the internationally recognised Independent Schools Inspectorate. [Contributed by The British School in The Netherlands]
Join ISA's student ambassador programme — help new students navigate their new learning environment and develop your own social and leadership skills. [Contributed by International School of Amsterdam]
Immerse your children in a fun learning environment where they can develop motor skills at The Little Gym in Amsterdam and Den Haag. [Contributed by The Little Gym®]
Tips on choosing the best education option for your kids and how to help them integrate in their new school overseas. [Contributed by TorFX]
The Dutch government continues to pride itself on 'choice' in education: from considering Trampoline schools to, more importantly, boosting bilingual and international education in the Netherlands.
Expatica's up-to-date guide to international schools in the Netherlands.
Get the essentials on education in the Netherlands, from primary and secondary schooling, through higher education to teaching in the Netherlands with foreign credentials.
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.
If you are moving to the Netherlands with family, you will need to choose whether to enrol your children in an international school or a Dutch school.