ISF Waterloo International School Brussels
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About ISF Waterloo International School

ISF (International School of Flanders) Waterloo International School offers children between 2 ½ -18 years of age an international education taught in the English language. Our community is truly diverse, and we embrace individual differences, cultures, and religions, fostering in the student's attitudes of understanding, cooperation, honesty, and respect.

We believe that building a child's self-esteem and confidence is paramount. Our small class sizes provide a safe, loving and secure teaching environment where children receive individual attention and enjoy learning through exploration and discovery.

ISF Waterloo has dedicated staff whose positive attitude, energy and care create a vibrant, happy school where every student strives to reach their full potential academically and as people.

We are also CIS and COBIS accredited schools.

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5 Reviews of ISF Waterloo International School

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Overall 2.88
Facilities 1.00
Academics 1.00
Teachers 1.00
Sports 1.00
Music & Arts 1.00
Science & Tech 1.00

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Parent, 12/07/2023 @ 14:20:40
Relationship   Parent

Music & Arts

Ask the teachers why they have to sign none disclosure. No structure, teachers that don't last long. Deputy head should be the head teacher. Pe is football. If don't like football you get an E. No structured fitness at all. My child intimidated by head of French who liked to mock and laugh at students. So they gave up and got e as did not want to move up to have her teach them. If your child is shy not the right school. This will be held against them and knock their confidence. Instead of motivating. Made to do more presentations that they then get confidence removed from them. The curriculum doesn't follow British standards. In tests areas not taught by the teachers shows a problem with the staff and not following guidelines. Too much home study when comes to exams. Not in class having structured learning from the teachers. Last year's of school home study is more than incase. Yet fees expensive. The class that left from level 6 students in this year group 10 left due to the lack of guidance for the money paid. Primary school is good. With some good teachers but department heads are lacking, experience or leadership. Hitting is often and the children that get hit get in trouble if defend themselves. School feels like teachers that are looking for a wage. Not motivated to stay at the school and want the children to excel. Put the deputy head in charge get experienced teachers, replace all heads of departments.

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Ashish Arora, 6 years ago

had two kids in it (6th and 8th) while we were on sabbatical leave. Small school, teachers and administration are extremely responsive to students and parents. Follows the English rather than American system but the children adjusted well to it.

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