The British School in the Netherlands (BSN) is having an open day!

BSN open day 2019 on the 6th of February

Stressing about where to send your child to school? We understand that it can be a stressful task. The British School in the Netherlands (BSN) has its open day on the 6th February and it’s well worth checking it out if you’re interested in sending your child to an international school. We’ve already covered in this article, why sending your child to an international school may be the better option for you (so make sure to check it out first).

So, what is the British School in the Netherlands?

The British School in the Netherlands is an international school for both boys and girls aged between 3-18 years old. It is an incredibly mixed school culturally and promises to offer high levels of education and a real socially learning environment. They teach the British and international curriculum (A Levels, BTECs and IB Diploma Programme and IB Career-related programmes).

Do I have to be British/have British children to go to the British School?

You don’t have to be British to join up, the British School in the Netherlands is open to children of every nationality and their students are currently from over 80 different nationalities. It’s the perfect place for your child to learn – in a diverse and encouraging setting.

This will be your opportunity to see what they offer for yourselves! So if your child is aged between 3 and 18, and you’re looking for some guidance, then this will be your opportunity to explore the school and find out some more information for yourselves.

Never heard of the British School in the Netherlands?

Check out their website to learn all about the British school. You can even have a virtual look around if you’re wanting to have a peek before the open day!

Note: The open day is held in a variety of different locations, depending on what you are looking for. For the locations, see here. Times with locations are found here.

Will you be attending this open day? Let us know in the comments if you are!

Emma Brown
A familiar face at DutchRevew. Emma arrived in Holland in 2016 for a few weeks, fell in love with the place and never left. Here she rekindled her love of writing and travelling. Now you'll find her eating stroopwafels in the DutchReview office since 2017.

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