The British International School of Wroclaw (BISC Wrocław): This was founded in 2006, as the sister school of the British International School of Cracow, which has existed since the mid-1990s. Similarly, it educates children and youth in national and cultural harmony, striving to develop their independence, tolerance, and openness to society. At present, BISC Wrocław educates about 200 pupils aged 5 to 18 from over 26 countries. It offers them individualized education in both primary and secondary school, in line with the British National Curriculum. For Polish children, it offers education at the Polish-British Primary School, where students have classes in both Polish (from Polish language and history and geography of Poland), as well as in English, in which the remaining lessons are held. In classes conducted in English, Polish children participate together with foreign-language students, as part of BISC.
In this way, Polish children learn the Polish school program and the content of the curriculum designated for British international schools. The language of instruction at BISC Wrocław is English. The school accepts students from around the world, including those for whom English is a foreign language. These students pursue an intensive English language (EAL) program. The EAL program offers individual work for students in accordance with their needs. The school prepares students to take the International General Certificate of Secondary Education exam (IGCSE), and high school students take classes to pass the international matriculation certificate, AS and A-level. BISC Wrocław is a full member of the Council of Overseas of the British International Schools (COBIS), the European Council of International Schools (ECIS), and is authorized to conduct Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) .