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Bladin's International School of Malmo

Box 200 93, 20074, Malmö, Sweden
Tel: (+46) 40 300885
Fax: (+46) 40 910885
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Principal - Niklas Anderberg
Head, International School - Sandra Nilsson
Board Chair - Tove Sjovall

Full time:   15 men, 15 women
Part time:   7 men, 7 women
Nationalities:  6   CURRICULUM AND EXAMS:

:   International, MYP, PYP,

Age Range: 3-16
Total Enrolment: 360
Nationalities: 32
144 boys, 216 girls
Pre-School: 26
Primary: 190
Secondary: 144

Learning Support Programme
Founded in 1987, Bladins International School of Malm Öhas earned a good academic reputation both locally and internationally.

At Bladins emphasis is placed on fully developing the pupils’ potential – intellectual, aesthetic, emotional, physical, moral – and serving as an example of educational excellence. The school attracts highly trained educators from USA, UK, Ireland, Canada and Australia.

The school offers a unique system of support for individual development through a resource team that integrates academic, social and emotional development. Bladins’ competent and engaged staff work in partnership with parents to better understand their child’s needs, enriching the learning experience for all in a secure and inspiring environment. By having a holistic view of the students, Bladins fosters long-term and trusting relationships with all involved.

Bladins students consistently achieve among the highest graduation scores nationally and within the IB program. Many are admitted to prestigious universities around the world and have become leaders in their chosen fields.

The IB Primary Years Programme is designed for pupils aged 3 to 11 years old. It encourages a positive attitude to learning by engaging children in inquiry based learning.

The IB Middle Years Programme is a five year programme designed for students between the ages of 11 and 16. It is a strong preparation for further studies in any area. In addition to the core subjects, Bladins curriculum includes courses in Model United Nations, Life Experiences (a course intended to give older pupils an insight into adulthood) and Health Studies. ICT is integrated into the curriculum and as separate courses. Swedish is taught from age five; foreign language courses begin in MYP. For non English speakers Bladins has an English as an Additional Language department.

The school has good facilities for sports, music, drama and art to ensure a wide range of activities.

Bladins International School of Malm Öis a foundation governed by a board composed of parents. Members of management and teachers attend Board meetings allowing broad representation of all parties’ needs. The school encourages parent involvement in support of their children’s education through involvement in classroom activities, the Parents’ Association and the Board.