After a long vacation ISB awaits students again on 1st September, on the opening event. We hope everyone comes back recharged and with full of experiences, not to wait to tell friends and teachers.
At school this summer ... a lot of new things happened. Among others, we set up a new classroom for middle school students in the pavilion. In the main building there were also a lot of smaller renovation works, including the development of a new room, the replacement of flooring and window insulation in some classes. Almost all of the school computers were replaced with more up-to-date versions. The theatre has also been renewed: we replaced the worn stage carpet and faded curtains - Ms Ágota and Zsuzsa worked an awful lot to make it happen. Thank you so much for their effort!! In connection with the Netfit program and the every day sport curriculum, new sports equipment arrived to the Gym, as well as the sport benches have been refurbished. Other then these there will be a lot of little surprises both inside the building and outside in the courtyard. The school website was also renewed with new contents and design. From September a new E-register will be introduced for ISB parents. Grades and other updated school information will be available there.
After a summer long preparation, we are ready to start the next academic year. We hope that everyone had a very nice summer with lots of adventures and is just as excited to start the new academic year as we are. See you soon!
Wishing you a nice, adventurous summer break! Meet you on the 1st September!
We said sadly, but proudly goodbye to our Grade 8 pupils. All of them continue their studies after the successful entrance exams in the selected high schools. Congratulations! We wish them success on behalf of all ISB students and teachers! We hope that they will return to visit their first school and meet their peers and teachers. We welcome them!
Hungarian Competency Test and English Language Test
These tests are prepeared for Hungarian students in Grade 4, 6 and 8. Although the tests are based on the materials learned in school, not primarily the level of knowledge acquired in the classroom, but it measures its use in everyday practice. English Language Test was introduced in the 2013-2014 academic year, for students in bilingual primary schools in grades 6 and 8.
We are proud that our students met high-level tasks in both tests. Results being achieved in the English language were prominent.