Park Lane International School - Secondary School and Senior School

Valdštejnská 151/6a, Praha 1, 11800

  • Landline+420 257316182
  • Mobile phone+420 603489369


Now closed - opens tomorrow at 08:00

Opening hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Park Lane International School follows the National Curriculum of England and offers British education to children from nursery to university entrance, taught by UK qualified native speakers, British trained foreign teachers and local teachers. Although classified as a British international school, Park Lane also offers an intensive Czech programme for all pupils.

The EYFS, Primary and Secondary campuses currently cater for children from Nursery to Year 13, who prepare for KS2 National Tests and, at the secondary level, sit for Cambridge IGCSE examinations, followed by the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). A Careers and University Advisor is available to assist all students at the IGCSE and IBDP levels to ensure smooth transition.

Modern Foreign languages, Art and Music education are an important part of Park Lane's educational provision and are offered both within the curriculum provision as well as through the extracurricular activities.

The Park Lane student community consists of 500+ students, representing more than 40 nationalities.

Park Lane International School - Secondary School and Senior School

Valdštejnská 151/6a, Praha 1, 11800

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High school Parklane

Reviewed by олеся пушкашу 01.10.2019
Very disapointed with our experience in this school.... Park lane high school - in reality, is not like in the advertised photo, it is a very small building with insufficient space and air, really uncomfortable to ensure a proper study space. Shortly about high school : Low qualified teachers, mismanagement, unreasonable time table, no advocacy between students and teachers, lack of study space ( as they create huge gaps between the lessons),... read more