Thank you for considering the International School of London (ISL) Surrey for your family. The faculty, staff and administrators feel a wonderful sense of excitement and promise as we welcome each new student to our school.
ISL Surrey provides a student-centred and inquiry-based academic programme which values both independent and collaborative work. The school's small class sizes permit a high degree of individualisation, ensuring that each student is supported and challenged.
ISL Surrey strives to meet the diverse language needs, both present and future, of all students. Languages are at the heart of the ISL Surrey curriculum. All children have language lessons within the class day as part of the curriculum from age three.
The best way to decide whether ISL Surrey is appropriate for your family is to visit the campus when school is in session. More than anything else, this helps families understand the difference that our very individual approach to education can make for your children.
Mobility amongst students, family and staff is part of being in an international school, but one of the critical factors in settling into a new community is the support received. Moving to a new school and culture influences a child’s well-being and learning capacity.
Our Schools are Learning Communities, not only for our students but our faculty as well. Each staff member is actively encouraged to participate in continuing education whether through advanced degrees or participation in education conferences.
A selection of students took part in a lunchtime concert last week in the atrium to showcase their chosen instrument to their peers. These included Guitars, Violins and Flutes. A very relaxing way to spend lunchtime!
Music Making Concert
A selection of students took part in a lunchtime concert last week in
From Waterloo Station or Clapham Junction there are trains running to Woking Station at regular intervals. Please check the signs in the station. From Woking Station the school can best be reached through a short taxi journey.
Sat. Nav. Systems: use postcode GU22 8HR, Old Woking Road, number 181.
From the M25
take Exit No.11 follow signs to Woking. At Six Crossroads Roundabout follow sign to Old Woking. At traffic lights go straight across. At The Maybury Hill Roundabout take a left turn into College Road. Continue forward onto East Hill. At the T-junction turn right into Old Woking Road. The school will be on your right side after 200 metres.
From the A3
take the Ripley Exit. Follow direction Ripley. In Ripley, follow direction Send/Woking. In Woking turn right at the first roundabout into Old Woking Road. After 2.1 Kilometres (1.3 miles) you will find the school on your left hand.