27 Jan 2014 | American School of The Hague
Definition of home: “a place of residence and refuge.” For many of us these days, travel is a normal and wonderful part of our lives; as is the possibility that we will live in more than one country or continent, often moving every few years.
27 Jan 2014 | German International School The Hague
The German International School The Hague enjoys a long history in the Netherlands dating back to its foundation in 1863.
24 Jan 2014 | British School in the Netherlands
Recognising the importance of outdoor learning is something that’s particularly valued at The British School in The Netherlands (BSN).
22 Jan 2014 | International School of The Hague
In the 21st Century, we live in a world that is incredibly fast moving and technologically advanced. The Internet has revolutionised the way we interact and go about our daily business.
14 Nov 2013 | True Colors childcare
True Colors is an international childcare centre next to the Plaspoelpolder in Rijswijk. We have been serving the children of the local international community for over 10 years!
23 Sep 2013 | British School in the Netherlands
With more than 80 different nationalities making up our student population the BSN is a school where diversity is encouraged and differences are valued.
23 Sep 2013 | American School of The Hague
The mission of A Safe Harbour is to help students, parents, and staff cope with the challenges, and maximize the opportunities, inherent in the experience of international relocation and cross-cultural mobility.
10 Jun 2013 | German International School The Hague
The German International School The Hague is proud to be celebrating its 150th anniversary making it the oldest international school in the Netherlands.
7 Jun 2013 | American School of The Hague
Understanding the bigger picture of planning, organisation skills and constructions begins earlier than you may think. We follow the progress of the youngest learners at American School of The Hague, the Preschool students (aged 3), as they take on some big challenges.
6 Jun 2013 | British School in the Netherlands
More than 200 students from as far afield as Asia, Africa and the Middle East were invited to The Hague at the start of June for the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) Games 2013, hosted by The British School in The Netherlands (BSN).