Dwight School London
Holiday Science Activity Camp Partner

Lower School, 49 Woodside AvenueLondon, N12 8SY

Holiday Camps 2018 Booking:

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You may also be interested in the following nearby Venues:

Camden & Hampstead: South Hampstead High School 3 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SS

St John’s Wood & Westminster: Saint Christina’s School, 25 St Edmund’s Terrace City of Westminster, NW8 7PY

About this School

“Vision and Mission
Dwight School London prepares young people to become leaders in the world. Our students thrive in a curriculum rooted in our three educational pillars. The first is personalised learning; the second, a commitment to community; the third, our global vision.

Personalised Learning
Personalised programmes extend, challenge and support each student. Our student body comprises a range of academic ability and talent, and we pride ourselves on meeting each student’s needs through the International Baccalaureate Programmes. Based on international standards of excellence, Dwight is committed to realising each student’s potential by finding and nurturing their “Spark of Genius”.

Dwight School’s commitment to the International Baccalaureate Programmes ensures each child’s personal development is shaped by the IB Learner Profile which fosters leadership, initiative and service learning. Students are inspired and educated to make a positive difference to their school, to their communities and to the world. Authentic local and global community projects nurture awareness and empathy to support the IB Learner Profile traits. We seek to strengthen the relationships between home and school, and relationships within the school, to maintain an open, welcoming and supportive community.

Global Vision
Dwight School London serves a diverse community of students from all over the world, and the International Baccalaureate Programmes provide challenges and opportunities that emphasise intercultural awareness while encouraging students to become global thinkers and thus global citizens. We encourage students to see challenges and opportunities from a global perspective. Our school literally extends into other regions of the world through the range of cultures and experiences of our students, and the global network of schools.

History of Dwight

Dwight School London, formerly known as Woodside Park International School and The North London International School, has its roots firmly embedded in North London and has gained a reputation as one of the top schools in Barnet. Opening in 1885 at the Holmewood site, the school later merged with St Alban’s Preparatory School in Woodside Park and then later added Friern Barnet Boys Grammar School.

Since the late 90’s the school in London has gained authorisation and a reputation as one of the UK’s leading International Baccalaureate World Schools, and it is now one of just a few international schools in the UK able to offer all three educational programmes of the International Baccalaureate Organisation – the Primary Years Programme (IBPYP), the Middle Years Programme (IBMYP) and the prestigious IB Diploma.

To recognise its status as one of London’s leading international schools, ‘The North London International School’ was adopted in summer 2008 and in 2012 this changed to Dwight School London.

Dwight School London is very active internationally and benefits from its links with its sister school The Dwight School which is based in Manhattan, New York and other schools in the Dwight Global group which includes Dwight School Canada on Vancouver Island, Dwight School Seoul in South Korea and Dwight School Qibao in Shanghai, China.”

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