Thank you to all COBIS Schools who entered artwork into this year's COBIS Art Competition. We received more than 600 entries from over 100 schools. The judges very impressed by the standard of artwork and commented on the vast number of outstanding pieces.
The winners and runners-up of the COBIS Poetry Competition 2019 have now been announced. This year, we received 465 entries from over 80 schools in total. Well done to all who entered, our judges thoroughly enjoyed reading all the excellent poems.
2019 marked the first visit to South East Asia for the COBIS Primary Games, as Brighton College Bangkok hosted a fantastic competition between 8-10 March 2019.
The new International Education Strategy: Global Potential, Global Growth, launched by Her Majesty's Government, recognises the importance of accrediting bodies for British Schools Overseas.
All connected to the rigorous and popular COBIS Patron's Accreditation and Compliance scheme welcome this news.
The COBIS Conference for PAs and School Secretaries was hosted by St George's International School, Luxembourg on 7-8 March 2019. St George's welcomed more than 40 colleagues from 16 different countries, including China, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Bulgaria and Italy.
The COBIS Conference for Bursars, Business Managers and HR Staff was held in London on 7-8 February 2019. It attracted more than 70 colleagues from schools in 33 different countries, including Singapore, Mexico, Sweden, Bangladesh and Nigeria
Winners of the 2019 International School Awards were celebrated at a ceremony in London last night (Monday 21st January) including seven COBIS member schools.
The summary report from the 2018 COBIS Annual Research Survey has now been published. The survey, conducted in partnership with GL Education, collects information about assessment and curriculum choices, examination results and university destinations for students in COBIS schools.
Click here to download the summary report.
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The COBIS Pastoral Care Conference, hosted by the British School of Bucharest, attracted more than 40 colleagues from schools in 21 different countries including Switzerland, Qatar, Israel, Uganda and Spain.