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Dwight School London

Dwight School London

6 Friern Barnet Lane, London, N11 3LX

+44 (0)20 8920 0637


admissions@dwightlondon.org

www.dwightlondon.org

Dwight School London
School type Coeducational Day
Head of school Mrs Alison Cobbin
Co-ed Age Range 3-18
Average Class Size max 20
Dwight School London has its roots firmly embedded in north London where it has been serving local and international families for generations. As part of the Dwight family network of schools around the globe in New York, Vancouver, Shanghai, and Seoul, Dwight School London has an established reputation as one of the UK's early International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools. It is one of the few UK schools authorised to offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IBPYP); Middle Years Programme (IBMYP) as well as the more widely known rigorous and prestigious Diploma (IBDP). Dwight was also selected to pilot the IB online courses.

The School's philosophy and IB curriculum place an emphasis on understanding international perspectives, encouraging global thinkers and developing global citizens. This is enhanced when experienced by a diverse community of students representing nearly 50 nationalities. The school offers students an exciting opportunity to discover an authentic global experience through our Dwight network of schools, exchange programmes, and curriculum-based excursions both in the UK and abroad. The holistic nature of the IB programmes encourages students to develop through a full range of sports, arts and service-learning endeavours, as well as through their academic studies.

Dwight School London has a positive and stimulating learning environment that aims to nurture individual progress by 'igniting the spark of genius' in each student. Dwight School is guided by a belief that effective learning is best achieved in a supportive community where self-respect and responsibility for others are key characteristics. These ingredients and a world-class IB curriculum serve to prepare students for university and life beyond.