International Education

The British School Tehran

The British School, Tehran, Iran A joint initiative of the British and Dutch Embassies founded the British School, Tehran in 2000. The campus is located in the northern suburbs of Tehran in the grounds of the British Embassy Residence. At present the school shares this campus and a number of facilities with the German School.
The school is a registered charity in the United Kingdom and is a non-profit making organization. Having been closely involved in its foundation the above Embassies are represented on the Board of Trustees, as is the parent body.
Opened primarily to serve the educational needs of the children, between the ages of 3 and 12, of British and Dutch expatriates the school accepts children of other nationalities subject to the availability of places and a test of basic competency in English. The school does not offer places to children, other than Dutch, who require tuition in English as a Second Language.
All members of the experienced teaching staff are fully qualified and undertake in-service training. From its foundation the school has worked closely with a number of educational consultants and is inspected on a regular basis. Although located on the premises of the British School that predated the Iranian Revolution the school has been modernized and is equipped with up-to-date resources. There is a well-stocked school library, all pupils have access to computers in classrooms and a in computer suite of twelve networked units. School Summary:
108 students,
3-12 yrs
UK, International curricula

PO Box 19395-6776, Shahid Keshani Street, Shariati Avenue, Tehran 19396, Iran
Tel: (+98) 21 260 4909
Fax: (+98) 21 260 4909