Student achievement is directly influenced by parent involvement and community engagement

Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

Welcome to the STEAM British International Schools community. Simply by sending your child to BIS –Sweden you have become a member of the British School Parent Teacher Association (PTA). 

Faculty and staff, in partnerships with parents, strive to provide an inclusive and responsive Education that guides students towards academic success and self-advocacy.

We look forward to your involvement in our many wonderful PTA projects planned for your child throughout the year. PTA’s success depends on parent involvement.

Keeping parents and community members involved in the educational process is the key to student success

Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

 Parent Teacher Association (PTA) supports the development of the unity among parents, faculty, administration, students and staff by cooperating to enrich the lives of the students and guide parents towards a better understanding of the aims, policies and philosophy of BIS. The achievement of this mission relies upon parent cooperation and volunteerism.

PTA’s success depends on parent involvement. Being a PTA volunteer is the first step toward making new friends and learning about new cultures.  These opportunities offer parents a chance to participate in an area of interest or expertise.  

PTA organize guest speakers, social events, coffee mornings, meet and greet sessions for new families, adult sporting events, opportunities to volunteer and assist in a range of aspects of school life. In addition, they provide an effective support system to parents.

PTA supports the BIS staff in a range of ways – by organizing class functions, assisting with displays, supporting children with reading, sport, school development and excursions. PTA welcome s volunteers who wish to act as Communication Coordinators to help with these activities and to ensure all parents within our school are kept updated on all events and developments.

BIS is adapting courses, both during the regular school day and after school, that allow students to learn in their communities. The aim of these courses is to more fully engage students, by harnessing their natural interest in where and how they live and by using their own community as a source of learning and action.

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Mission Statement

You can play an active role in your child’s education. As a parent, it’s only natural that you’ll want to take an active role in your child’s education. At BIS, we actively encourage parents to engage with their child’s learning and are leading the way by becoming the first school in Sweden to introduce a parental engagement strategy into all our schools.