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 Both pupils and parents spoke about the close monitoring and watching possible in small classes: ‘kids get challenged, they don’t get lost or coast; when they need more, they get more because the teachers are very good at differentiating’.  A number of extracurricular activities are not teacher-led, but are generated by students themselves - eg Model United Nations conferences which students organise entirely. Pupils all spoke of the amount of interaction they have with teachers who ‘know you really well and are almost like friends’...

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What the school says...

Halcyon is the only not-for-profit, co-educational, exclusively International Baccalaureate (IB) school in central London. Halcyon brings a new standard of life-readying education to one of the most culturally diverse, academically rich and historically important cities in the world.

Building on the foundations of the IB, Halcyon is an innovative, thinking community, committed to holistic teaching and learning; nurturing reflective, life-ready global citizens.

Beyond the standard IB curriculum, Halcyon offers innovative courses which include multi-grade settings in subjects such as robotics, forensics and artificial languages as well as personal learning projects for students to explore their individual interests.

With a holistic and integrated digital learning programme, extensive student wellbeing programme and a commitment to the lifelong learning of its staff, Halcyon can truly describe itself as innovative, collaborative and community orientated.

Halcyon London International School is a qualified school for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IBMYP) and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Rated as Outstanding in all categories by Ofsted and nominated as a candidate for NEASC in 2017.
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Curricula

International Baccalaureate: diploma - the diploma is the familiar A-level equivalent.

International Baccalaureate: middle years - middle Years is a programme for ages 11-16.

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Director

Since 2015, Barry Mansfield (50s); studied history at Nottingham and did his PGCE at UEA (history and English). His first teaching job was in an international school in Athens, followed by Nairobi, then Dubai, where he became head of English and learned about IB schools. He worked in Sofia Antiopolis in France, then Jeddah, where he set up the diploma programme, before teaching in Bern International School in Switzerland (and setting up the MYP) while simultaneously doing an MA (Open University) in educational leadership. All that IB experience fits very firmly with his commitment to the ideology of students as active learners. He believes that learning has a social, interactive component with enquiry based, collaborative learning at the heart of Halcyon. He is ‘quietly spoken and has a calming, steadying presence’ and ‘whilst he...

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