Following the announcement by the Slovenian Government that all schools will close from Monday, 16th March, the British International School of Ljubljana has taken the decision to close the school premises from Monday 16th March 2020 and move to online learning. Our admissions team remains available to discuss enrolment so please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We offer extended supervision daily and childcare for students in:
- Early Years from 14:55-16:30 (except for Pre-Nursery below the age of 3);
- Year 1-6 from 14:55-15:40.
Students engage in various activities such as drawing, reading, homework time, board games, free play and outdoor games. Parents are welcome to pick up students at any time during the supervision period.
Free after-school clubs are run by BISL staff on selected days and times during term time. Clubs offered for particular age-groups may include Sports, Scouts, Cooking, Art, Drama and Dance. Students registered for these are expected to attend the clubs regularly, or they may lose their place.
Specialised clubs are offered at an additional cost. These are run by external qualified staff on school premises or in the nearby community throughout the school term. Examples include BIMS, Horse-Riding, Arts and Crafts (Digital Art), Dancing (Hip-Hop, Ballroom), Sports (Skiing, Football). Some clubs may also run during the weekend and/or school break.
BISL Summer Club
BISL Summer Club is offered during the month of July for internal and external students and run by qualified staff. More information will be available on the school website in Block 6.
In order for students to participate in any of our after school programmes, parents need to register their children in advance.
For any activities or clubs where student numbers are limited, places will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Places are reviewed termly and parents notified on availability.
In case of a delayed pick-up or emergencies, parents must notify the school reception before/at the end of the school day, for their children to be put into extended supervision until they are collected.