(Swedish National Curriculum)
Boende i Stockholm kan söka till vår Nationella sektion som följer den svenska läroplanen med undervisning på svenska och engelska. Vi integrerar också det tematiska tillvägagångssättet för IPC och IMYC med de svenska läroplanens krav.
Futuraskolan International School of Stockholm is a bilingual school which follows the Swedish National Curriculum with a global perspective and caters for Grade F-9. We also integrate the thematical approach of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) with the Swedish National Curriculum requirements to create a setting for our students which broadens their knowledge through a global perspective thereby gaining a deeper understanding of the world they live in.
Our vision: We want to be the best stepping stone for future world-citizens. We want to prepare you not only for Swedish society, but for a global start in life.
Our values are characterized by the fact that we are progressive, have energy and show respect (PERs).
Progressive in that we, as a school, are at the forefront of research and development.
Energy in that we take initiative, are creative, committed and see every problem as a challenge.
Respect in that we are clear to each other about what is right and wrong behavior and making sure that our school is permeated with a democratic attitude and respect for our fellow human beings.
We welcome you to Futuraskolan International of Stockholm!
Families meeting our Eligibility Requirements can apply for a place in the International Section of the school, following the International Curriculum (non-Lgr11) taught in English.
Futuraskolan International School of Stockholm is a Grade 1-9 independent, non-sectarian, open admissions, co-educational, tuition based, day school located in central Stockholm. The school is designed to serve the children of the international community posted in Sweden and offers all classes in English, with the exception of modern language courses. The school year runs from mid-August to mid-June and has a minimum instructional period of 178 days divided into two semesters.To guide us in lesson, unit and grade level content planning, we utilize the interdisciplinary philosophical underpinnings of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC)/International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) and supplement with conceptual knowledge found in the U.S. Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.