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What Students & Parents Say
“I did not, contrary to my aspirations and initial plans, embark on any university journey after graduating from Park Lane. A couple of rejections from institutions came my way and blew me off to an unexpected path, what was in my view at the time, a very dreaded gap year. After having an existential crisis during summer, I regained clarity on the uncontrollable circumstances of life. I understood that I am not defined by the university I attend (or don’t), nor that my capacity for intellectual growth is reliant on others' guidance. Perhaps this is rather trivial, but as a young adult, it was a transformative lesson. Park Lane installed within me, during a relatively short two years, the ability to accept failure as a price for success and adopt a growth-mindset about the opportunities I could seize. Following these realizations, I reconnected with the school to offer my assistance and have been gifted with the opportunity to be a part of their community, yet again. I now work as a student support assistant, offering my insights and help to future graduates, whilst learning from the best of Park Lane staff. In 2021, I hope to pursue a bachelor's degree in Psychology somewhere abroad. For now, I am happily enjoying my valuable experiences and stress free year.”
IB results & universities
Park Lane second-year graduates achieved a 100% pass rate and an average score of 37 (out of 45), with *10 of our 27 students scoring 40 or higher.
of Park Lane students who exceed the *world average of 33 points.
40% of Park Lane pupils scored 40+
was our average score in IB. (3 of our graduates achieved the full 45 points.)
“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
I studied at Charles University, where I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Czech and French language and literature. I had the pleasure of spending one amazing year in Paris building my language and teaching skills under the Erasmus Programme. I joined Park Lane in its early years and became a dedicated member of our Czech team. I am currently Deputy Head of our Czech department and I am enjoying the challenges of constantly improving the quality of our Czech programme at the Prague 6 campus. Teaching Czech Language and History in an English setting is an important mission and I am a true believer that ‘languages open so many doors and offer great opportunities for all learners’. I am a passionate musician, blues lover, amateur photographer and enthusiastic traveller.
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