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International School of London


A Tech Hub project, Fox Media is a weekly broadcast created by our MYP students to share relevant news with the whole school. Dive into the pulse of our school with the Fox Media Project, an electrifying initiative powered by our very own student journalists! This dynamic team brings the news to life with weekly broadcasts, featuring student anchors, intrepid reporters, skilled camera operators...

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In the heart of ISL, students find a GLOBAL HOME. Here, identity is not just acknowledged, but celebrated. In this warm environment, children thrive, their potential flourishes. At the core of our philosophy lies a profound commitment to wellbeing. We understand that a student’s mental, emotional and physical health are the cornerstones of their success and that starts with a strong relationship between parents, teachers and students. Here, every individual is seen, heard and valued.

With 24 languages taught in school, our language programme bridges cultures and fosters understanding across continents. These classes not only preserve linguistic heritage but also empower students to connect with their roots and retain their cultural traditions. Together, we create a legacy of open hearts and open minds, fostering a brighter, more interconnected future for all.

Sitting on the edge of Gunnersbury Park, our school enjoys the endless learning opportunities offered by the city of London. With easy access to Central London, we extend education beyond our classroom walls. Students embark on enlightening journeys through our local communities, immersing themselves in the rich culture, art and history on offer. Museums, galleries and world-renowned attractions become their interactive ‘LONDON LAB’, where learning comes to life in vivid, real-world context. This hands-on approach fosters a deeper understanding and appreciation for their studies, empowering students to connect theory to the pulse of everyday life. Here, education thrives in the heart of a dynamic city and within the welcoming embrace of our local communities.

At our vibrant school, we teach a curriculum that embraces both HEAD & HANDS, encouraging students to make connections between subjects and tackle real-world challenges. This innovative approach sparks their imagination, honing problem-solving abilities as they craft tangible demonstrations of their learning and creativity. Our focus extends beyond traditional knowledge; we instil practical, 21st-century life skills crucial for their future success. The ISL curriculum is a dynamic fusion of intellect and action, equipping students to navigate an ever-changing world with confidence and flair. Here, education is a stimulating adventure, preparing our students to lead, innovate and thrive.



What’s an IB School?

International Baccalaureate (IB) schools are educational institutions that offer a specific curriculum designed by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO). The IBO is an international non-profit organisation that provides a comprehensive education program that aims to develop well-rounded students with critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills.

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Gunnersbury Park


Our school is situated on the corner of one of the finest public parks in London, where Forest School meets weekly to explore and learn in 200 acres of nature. Older students can use the outdoor space recreationally during the day.

Our fantastic Sports Hub, built in partnership with Ealing Council and Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, is located in the park as well, and is used by students for PE lessons, to train for competitive sporting events and play their favourite sports.

Japan Trip 2024 - Update 2

During this part of the trip there have been wonderful opportunities to delve deeper into Japanese culture and traditions, and to experience a homestay with local families. On Day 4 the group had an early start to catch the ferry for their Zazen meditation session and arrived at a beautiful mountain temple, where they were greeted by...

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Japan Trip 2024 - Update 1

This year’s week-long walking trip in Japan has started off on a brilliant note! Our group of Grade 8 students and staff have been immersing themselves in Japanese culture, language, sights and, of course, cuisine! During their trip they are also taking part in a farm community project. Based around Oita on the island of Kyushu...

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