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Primary Years IB Programme

From Nursery to Grade 5, our Primary School students explore the PYP.

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Grade 6 to Grade 9 students engage with the MYP on our Middle School campus.

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Middle Years/IB DP Programme

Grade 10 marks an important end of the MYP, ushering in our High School students to the last two years' IB DP curriculum.

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How is safeguarding defined at ISP?

Safeguarding is of the utmost importance at ISP. We are committed to upholding international best practice in safeguarding and child protection. From the recruitment of staff to the daily practices of our learning environment, safeguarding and child protection inform all that we do. It encompasses a range of practices, policies, and procedures designed to create a secure and nurturing environment where students can learn, thrive, and reach their full potential.


The Vice Principals for Wellbeing are committed to provide extensive face-to-face and online training opportunities in child protection for all ISP employees, auxiliary service providers, and parents.

The Council of International Schools

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Who are our designated safeguarding leads?

If you have any questions or concerns regarding safeguarding at ISP please do not hesitate to contact our Safeguarding Team.

They are available to provide guidance, support, and assistance.

Elisabeth Mailhac
Vice Principal Wellbeing, Primary School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Fiona Lee
Vice Principal Wellbeing, Middle School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mike Kopp
Vice Principal Wellbeing, High School
Designated Safeguarding Lead



Our commitment to safeguarding is rooted in the following principles:

Our school operates in accordance with local and national statutory guidelines and legislation related to safeguarding, including child protection laws.

ISP Child Protection Handbook