There are, of course, many dimensions to the British International School, Phuket not least of which is its multi-national student body, with well over half of the student population coming from outside of Thailand. We hope you will visit and allow us to show you some of the unique aspects to a BISP education that ensure that the whole is far greater than the sum of its impressive parts.
Please use the links above to Register an Interest in the school, book a tour or start an application. Our Admissions team is available to answer your questions. Whenever possible during a school tour you will be introduced to a few of our senior academic staff.
British International School, Phuket is open to students of all nationalities
English language is the medium of teaching and learning and so participation in all aspects of school life requires a command of English. Very young children, who absorb language as part of their normal development are not necessarily expected to have a high language ability. We review a student’s ability and suitability for a place at BISP and will include reference to recent reports/transcripts from current and previous schools.
The school seeks to ensure that there is a balance of pupil nationalities and that we maintain our status as a truly ‘international school’.
BISP considers that all students have individual needs and attention to these is part of our educational practice. When students require additional support they are assisted by Learning Support teachers, counsellors or outside external agencies in consultation with parents and appropriate professionals.
Admission to the school and allocation to particular classes are authorised by the Head of Primary and Head of Secondary.
Applications are accepted for entry at any time during the school year.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
British International School, Phuket is committed to the ideal of diversity in its student body and staff. BISP does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, age, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin in the admission and future conduct towards its students or in the recruitment, employment, promotion and retirement of its staff.