British School of Bucharest British School of Bucharest


Due to a demand for high quality internationally recognised education, this British school based in Romania opened August 2000.  The school has grown since opening and offers children the very best quality education which the school feels all children need for an ever changing world.  Small class sizes complemented by additional educational support allow for a positive learning environment.


The curriculum of the school follows the National Curriculum for England and Wales from Early Years to KS5.  The school also offer English as an additional language, other educational support as well as an Able, Gifted and Talented programme.

The school offer a wide range of clubs, activities include Football, Music, Karate, Art, Dance, Drama, Fencing and Language clubs.



Teachers are both well qualified and experienced, possessing a passion for their subject and for teaching.  All teachers at the school enjoy sharing their knowledge, offering encouragement and support, and take the time outside normal class hours to provide extra assistance when it is needed.

About the country

Romania is a country located north of the Balkan Peninsula on the western shores of the Black Sea. It is a country of great natural beauty and diversity and a rich cultural heritage. Romania enchants visitors with its scenic mountain landscapes and unspoilt rural areas, but also with its historic cities and its busy capital. Over the last decade, it has seen significant development and is one of the most recent members of the European Union.

Romania is a large country which can sometimes be shocking with contrasts: some cities are truly Western Europe; some villages can seem to have been brought back from the past. While it has significant cultural similarities with other Balkan states, it is regarded as unique due to its strong Latin heritage. Things for which Romania is famous include: the Carpathian mountains, Constantin Brancusi, wine, medieval fortresses, Mircea Eliade, Dacia cars, Dracula, stuffed cabbage leaves, Nadia Comaneci, the Black Sea, Gheorghe Hagi, sunflower fields, painted monasteries and the Danube Delta.