Community Initiatives

BSSP In The Community

We feel very strongly that BSSP children should become involved in the wider world and specifically learn to be proactive and make things better for all. Our school ethos and pastoral work underpin this. Additionally, as a school community, we are active in supporting charitable organisations and achieving positive change.

We support many local organisations and children and staff alike, actively engage in raising money and awareness for them throughout each academic year. Events we organise include our annual Winter and Summer Fairs, Christmas Gift Giving, Talent Shows and various donation drives.

Through our Donation Drives and Christmas Gift Giving, the children at The British School St. Petersburg glean a greater understanding of how they can help those less fortunate than themselves and grow up with a knowledge and commitment to citizenship both close to home and in a much broader context.

learn more

We are always delighted to hear from prospective parents that are considering our international school for their children’s education. Please do not hesitate to call us on the phone number above or select from the options below.

You can ask us a question, arrange a school visit (instant confirmation), or make a formal application to join the school. Please click one of the buttons below to make contact with our admissions department.

Latest BSSP News

Check out all the latest news from our international school staff and students of The British School of St. Petersburg.

Introducing Karrissa Pimm Reception Teacher
Schools

Staff Focus | Karrissa Pimm

Karrissa PimmReception Teacher I started to teach after obtaining my Bachelor of Arts focusing on Special Education and educational history and then moving on to

Read More »
colette-oaten-british-international-school-st-petersburg
Classroom

Staff Focus | Colette Oaten

Colette OatenNursery Teacher I have always worked with children and initially pursued a career in Nursery Education and Management in Wales, Greece, and Oman. I

Read More »