OIS – The School
International Baccalaureate curriculum
We are an International Baccalaureate (IB)World School (www.ibo.org) offering:
Middle Years Programme (MYP0, MYP1 to MYP5) – ages 10 to 16
Diploma Programme (DP1, DP2) – ages 17, 18
Year 12 (DP1)
Year 13 (DP2)
IB Career-related Programme (IBCP 1, IBCP 2) – age 17,18
Year 12 (IBCP1)
Year 13 (IBCP2)
Our facilities include:
- 22 Classrooms
- 3 Science labs and a preparation room
- 3 CT labs
- Arts section (2 + 1)
- Sports/Gym at ISQ (Tagus Park)
- Outdoor sports facilities
- Dining room
- Cafeteria / Refectory / Kitchen area
- 2 Staff rooms
- Administration offices
- Leisure areas and Parents Club
- Outdoor facilities for music
⇒ To complete laws on recognition of studies, qualifications and certificates delivered by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) in Geneva, the Portuguese Government has published Portaria 433/2005 on April, 19th. For more information, please click on the link below:
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Oeiras International School and the Portuguese Rugby Federation have established an interesting partnership that allows our students to know more about the energy and charisma that characterizes this sport.
Prémio Infante D. Henrique / Duke of Edingburgh Award is an international social and individual development Programme, targeted to people from 14 to 25 years old. This initiative encourages its participants to be active citizens, with the goal of having a positive impact on society. This will enable the participants to have lifetime learning experiences that will make a difference on themselves, on their communities and on the world.
The Programme exists in more than 100 countries and although the name can vary, its philosophy and basic principles are the same. Until now, more than 6 million youngsters have participated.
The Inspiring Futures Foundation works in partnership with schools to provide young people with a range of personalised and practical career-related services.
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