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  • Autumn term 2015
  • 3rd September
    Start of School
  • 26th - 30th October
    Half Term - School closed
  • 17th December
    Last day of School - School closes at 12 noon
  • 18th December - 6th January
    Christmas Holiday - School closed
  • Spring term 2016
  • 7th January
    Start of School
  • 15th - 19th February
    Half Term - School closed
  • 25th March - 8th April
    School closed
  • Summer term 2016
  • 11th April
    Start of School
  • 29th April
    School Holiday - School closed
  • 2nd May
    National holiday - School closed
  • 29th June
    Last day of School - School closes at 12 noon
  • Autumn term 2016
  • 22nd - 31st August
    Inservice days for staff - School closed
  • 1st September
    Start of School
  • 24th - 28th October
    Half Term - School closed
  • 31th October
    Inservice day for staff - School closed
  • 1st - 2nd December
    National Holidays - School closed
  • 16th December
    Last day of School - School closes at 12 noon
  • 19th December - 4th January
    School Holiday - School closed
  • Spring term 2017
  • 5th January
    Start of School
  • 23rd January
    Inservice day for staff - School closed
  • 24th January
    National Holiday - School closed
  • 20th - 24th February
    Half Term - School closed
  • 10th - 21st April
    School Holiday - School closed
  • Summer term 2017
  • 24th April
    Start of School
  • 1st May
    National holiday - School closed
  • 28th June
    Last day of School - School closes at 12 noon

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Celebrating Success at BSB

Half of the exams were passed with the best possible result (A* and A grade).

A scholarship student at BSB will enter the second year course at University in Scotland

Following the release of the latest A level results, the British School of Bucharest is celebrating outstanding success. With a 100% pass rate amongst the cohort of Year 13 students, all of the students will be continuing their studies in universities in the United Kingdom and around the world. The results are even more remarkable given that we are a non-selective school. We are proud that all of our students achieve to their best, helped by our personalised approach which gives each child careful guidance and individual support as they choose their path to success.

Amongst some excellent results, several students achieved at the very highest level possible. Head boy Mohammad Faisal will be heading to University College London to study Economics following his 3A* and 1A performance. Meanwhile Andrei Atanasiu, who has studied at BSB for 14 years, leaves school armed with 3A* grades to study at one of the world's Top 10 universities. Abdullah El-Rifai's, a scholarship student at BSB, achieved results of 3A* grades which will enable him to pursue further studies in Engineering at Edinburgh University in Scotland, entering the second year of the course.

Head of School, Philip Walters commented, "Our students and their teachers can be very proud of these impressive results. Their grades reflect the benefits of our balanced education where co-curricular and leadership opportunites are pursued alongside academic study. I am sure that our continued success is also a result of our careful attention to personalised pastoral care. We do our utmost to ensure that each child in our care achieves to their highest potential and enters higher education fully prepared as well-rounded and confident young people."

The A level is a benchmark examination in the United Kingdom that is recognised as a pre-university course throughout the world. We are a non-selective school, but take pride in our aim of sending all our graduating students to the highest ranking university that is best-fit for them. Most students from the school pursue further studies at universities in the United Kingdom but many study throughout Europe and further afield. The expert team of advisors at the school guide the students to choose the right subjects and courses that are best suited to their career aspirations and skill sets.

For further information on the students and their successes please contact the Head of School, Philip Walters on office@britishschool.ro

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