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What Students & Parents Say
“Hi! My name is Mariana and I am currently enrolled at the Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, studying General Medicine. I made the decision to undertake the IB Diploma Programme at Park Lane in Autumn 2018 and let me tell you why this was the best decision I’ve ever made. The biggest thank you that I owe to Park Lane is for teaching me to be confident in myself and my own beliefs. Theory of Knowledge, Global Politics and English classes taught me how to develop and express relevant arguments. Our IB Maths teacher, apart from making me work hard on my (dreaded) maths homework, taught me not to apologize for asking questions, however dumb they may sound. Mr. Čihák, our IB coordinator showed me that problems are not to be swept under the rug but rather solved immediately. All of these are soft skills that I value deeply and will always be grateful to Park Lane for showing me their importance. Not only did my school prepare me well academically for the difficult medicine entrance exams, but most importantly supported my classmates and I in becoming respectful individuals and members of society❤.”
IB results & universities
of Park Lane’s second-year group to graduate achieved a 100% pass rate and an average score of 37 (from 45) points as *10 of our 27 students scored 40 points and above.
of pupils exceeding the *worldwide average of 33 points.
40+ points achieved by 40% students of Park Lane
was our IB points average. (3 of our graduates achieved a full 45 points score.)
“Our highly professional teachers and teaching partners do everything in their power to make each new learning experience as engaging, meaningful and memorable as possible” Mr Paul Ingarfield, Principal
Originally from Bedfordshire, I completed my undergraduate studies at Newcastle University before completing my postgraduate teaching qualification at London’s Institute of Education. I started teaching history at Park Lane International School in 2016. After a couple of years away, I realised that I missed the school and city too much, so I have been lucky enough to rejoin in 2022. In my role as a form tutor, I see it is a great opportunity to get to know the pupils on a more personal level, outside the restrictions of a subject lesson. I also use the time to get pupils thinking about current events and their role in the wider world. I believe that history at school should be an engaging, exciting and rigorous subject. My aim as a history teacher is to create a classroom environment which is a place of debate, active discussion and enquiring minds. One of my main interests is travel and experiencing new cultures. While I have seen much of the Czech Republic and Central Europe, there is still much to learn, so I look forward to continuing my exploration of the country and the wider region.
School is more than just academics. Learn more about our school culture and what goes into making Park Lane an exceptional place.
IB results at Park Lane: an incredible success!
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Park Lane’s new IB Diploma centre close to Prague Castle
Dear Parents/Carers, Students and Colleagues, I am delighted to inform you that the reconstruction and refurbishment of the former convent...Read More
Winter Market 2022
After a 3-year gap, we finally got to enjoy another edition of our traditional Winter Market! The event hosted a large number...Read More
Interview with Jakub S. about applying to Oxford University
It is my absolute delight to interview one of Park Lane’s most successful students before he embarks on the next...Read More