Meetings with Parents and Students

We are happy to welcome you at our office in Munich for a personal consultation at any time. We are also available for consultations throughout Germany on various weekends.

Or we are happy to arrange an online consultation via Zoom or MS Teams.

Dates for in-person meetings with parents:



8 December 2023 - currently with a waiting list


20 January 2024


26 + 27 January 2024

"Helene had a great experience of success in hockey, and was able to be part of a community with a team spirit that she never experienced in Germany."

Visits by British Boarding Schools

Our British partner schools visit us regularly. If you are interested in meeting one of the schools in person, please feel free to contact us.

Upcoming visits by British boarding schools:

29 November 2023 St. Edmund's School Munich
15 January 2024 Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools Munich
5 February  Culford School Muncih
7 February 2024 Leighton Park School Munich
22nd March 2024 Shrewsbury School Munich

"And also from our perspective, it was a successful year for our daughter, who now deals with the language in a completely different way, has broadened her horizons on many levels"


New PSHE webinar series starts on 13 December with "Artificial Intelligence in the classroom"

PSHE - Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education is an inspiring course that is compulsory in British schools. Every month, we will present topics from this subject to teenagers (and their parents) in a webinar with guests from our partner schools.

On Wednesday 13 December at 6pm CET, we will launch the series with the webinar on Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom and are delighted to have Dr Andy Kemp, Principal of The National Mathematics & Science College as our speaker.

Our next webinar will be on Fake News will take place on Wednesday 10 January at 6pm CET. Our speaker then is Mr Thomas Sparrow, correspondent for Deutsche Welle.

The webinars are free and conducted in English.

Registration and further information


"Welcoming, supportive, unique" is how our student Allegra describes her British school King's Ely.

Allegra spent a year in the Sixth Form at King's Ely near the city of Cambridge and in her boarding house she felt like she was part of a family. What she particularly liked her school for: "Everyone at King's Ely seemed really interested in me being at this school, I felt really valued".

To the Interview with Allegra


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