King’s Oak British International Bucharest

Co-Education (1-16)
Dag School
+40 21 380 3535
Strada Petre S. Aurelian 72, Bucharest, Romania
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Jaar van oprichting 1995
Inschrijvingsfase / Rangen EYFS - High School
Boarding Dag School
Aantal studenten 230
Nationaliteiten 30
Docent-student verhouding 1 : 10
Erkenningen Council of British International Schools accredited member (COBIS), British School Overseas accredited member (BSO), Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (ARACIP), Cambridge Assessment Centre
Hoofdmeester Stephen Marr
Jaarlijks collegegeld (Min) 6000 EUR
Jaarlijks collegegeld (Max) 13950 EUR


King`s Oak British International School, Bucharest, is an inspiring and creative school which takes children from 12 months old up to 16 years old. We are a truly international school with pupils from over 30 nationalities learning together.
We know that one of the most important decisions that a parent makes on behalf of their child is the decision of which school to send them to. There are few things, which are likely to have more impact on a young person’s future than the quality of the school they attend. It is our belief that every child deserves the very best start in life, and we make it our purpose to provide just that to all the children who enter our doors.
Each child is unique, and a well-rounded education must consider their wider experiences, personal motivations, and innate learning styles. We aim to equip our children, not only with an excellent academic grounding, but also with qualities of character to see them through their lives beyond school. Our school ethos, based on consideration, courtesy and respect for others equips our students to have the confidence and ability to enjoy a fruitful and successful life.
We want your child to make progress and achieve the very best they can; but most of all we want the students at King’s Oak to have a prosperous and enjoyable experience at King’s Oak.
We believe in treating every child as an individual and providing a supportive, challenging environment that develops the whole child, resulting in confident, aspirational, and independent young people. Our exceptionally high ratio of adults to children allows this ideal to be a reality.
Located near a picturesque lake area, King’s Oak prides itself on its inclusive, comprehensive, and family-focused education which ensures that all children learn in small classes with fully qualified teachers and great facilities.
King’s Oak British International takes pride in providing the best educational opportunities for all learners. We are constantly changing the education game by experimenting with new ideas, innovating, and redesigning how our students learn, what they learn, and how they demonstrate that learning because we strongly believe that education is about growing, embracing change and being ready to face the challenges of the modern world.
Our students learn in a project-based environment where the core values of inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, and reflection are emphasized in all classes. We use current technology such as 3D laptops which enable a modern style of teaching and learning using AR/VR experiences. They are used in all areas of the curriculum, particularly in Science, Humanities, Arts and Design and Technology.
We are really proud of our values, our inclusive nature, and our caring and creative pupils. Together we are building a school with heart; where your child will be valued for who they are, and where we will strive to enable them to be the absolute best that they can be!

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British School Overseas-King’s Oak School Inspection Report



King`s Oak British International School offers the National Curriculum for England. This is often referred to as the British Curriculum. British education emphasises performance, but it also always focuses on a child’s broader development. While the acquisition of knowledge is vital, it is not sufficient to guarantee success. All learners must develop their full potential to challenge and discover their world. We complement the core subjects and requirements of the National Curriculum with programmes in Sports, Music, Drama and outdoor education that go far beyond the standard requirements. The teaching of a second language is also emphasised. The focus of the curriculum shifts as students progress through the years. In the Early Years (ages 2 to 5), learning is play based. Children acquire their first notions of numeracy and literacy through active, playful activities. By the end of the Early Years, most children have acquired basic reading and number skills and a grounding a second language. In the Primary school (ages 5 to 11) the focus is on learning good fundamental Maths and English language skills. Science, Technology, Humanities and Art are covered as multidisciplinary topics and through projects. The curriculum in lower Secondary (ages 11 to 14) is more subject based and aims at building students ability to work independently and think critically. At this stage the emphasis is on exposing students to opportunities in a wide range of subjects so that they can begin to form ideas of where their interests lie. Upper Secondary students follow GCSE (ages 14 to 16) and A-Level (age 16 to 18) courses. At GCSE, students study English, Maths, Science and a second language plus an additional four or five subjects from a selection. At A Level students specialise further and chose three or four subjects from a range of options. Information Technology features strongly and is introduced early, but used sparingly until upper primary. After that it is used widely as a work tool. One of the great strengths of the British Curriculum is the level of individual, tailored support it affords pupils from a very young age, with students learning at the pace and intensity that suits them, even within a single lesson. Wherever in the world students learn the British Curriculum, it is the same. We know how important this is for parents who might need to move their children to a different school, often to a different country when their job requirements change. We understand that parents are looking for educational stability for their children.



Vreemde talen

Spanish, French, Romanian








We are very proud of the extracurricular activities that are led by school staff or one of the many qualified organisations available to us in Bucharest. Our school provides a wide range of extracurricular activities, including robotics, coding, sports, performing arts, social and leisure activities (e.g. Football, Basketball, Badminton, Gymnastic, Athletics, Modern Foreign Languages, Messy Play, Origami, Yoga, Chess etc.). Our extracurricular activities are focused on providing our students with engaging and educational activities that are all about having fun!
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