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On Wednesday August 22nd, IESB held it's annual Brommaloppet. Many students showed incredible effort and cheered on their classmates while enjoying the beautiful weather and scenery. A big thanks to all the teachers that helped to make this day a success.

Great start to the school year!!

Returning Students

Dear student and guardians,

Welcome back to the 2018/2019 academic year at International English School Bromma. We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead. Here is information regarding the first week of school:

AUGUST 20, 2018

School begins at 9:00 for (Grade 5 to 9).

All students are welcome to school to look for their names on the class lists and head to their new mentor classes. Class lists will be posted at the main entrance and outside the PE Hall.

School ends at 11:00.

No lunch will be provided on this day.

No Junior Club on this day (for Grades 4 & 5)

AUGUST 21 - 22, 2018

School begins at 9:00.

These are activity days. The mentor will communicate all the information regarding these days on the 20th of August.

School ends at 14:00.

Lunch will be served

Junior Club is open from 14:00 until 17:00 (for Grades 4 & 5).

AUGUST 23, 2018

Regular schedule begins for all students (as per class timetable)


Warm regards,
IESB family

From the Principal

June newsletter

Dear students, staff, and parents,

The tests have been taken and your homework is finished: the end of the school year is here! Graduation day is set for Tuesday, the 12th of June. Friends and family are all welcome to attend. 

Graduation Ceremony details:

  • Junior School: 8:45 (Gather in mentor rooms at 8:30)*
  • Senior School: 10:15 (Y9 gather in mentor rooms at 9:30, Y7-8 gather in mentor rooms at 10:00)*
  • Location: IESB campus, rain or shine

*Students are to report back to their mentors in the mentor rooms after the graduation ceremony is finished so they can pick up their grades.

The last instructional day is the 4th of June, followed by Choice Days and concluding on the 11th of June in preparation for Graduation day. More information regarding these days will be sent out by each student’s class mentor/s. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for an excellent school year and I look forward to welcoming students in grades 4-8 back next year. 

Have a great summer!

Marcus Segerstedt


From the Principal

May newsletter

Dear students, staff, and parents,

I hope you have enjoyed your long Walpurgis weekend and the official welcoming of spring. As the transition to longer and warmer days begins, the pre-summer jitters might start to set in. The end of the school year is right around the corner, which means National Tests and the conclusion of all those final projects are the only things standing between you and your summer vacation. Try to focus during the coming weeks; before you know it, you will have the end-of-year school activities to celebrate your hard work and accomplishments.

Some end-of-year events to look forward to:

  • Band concert - 1st of June
  • Annual Art Exhibition - weeks 22 and 23
  • Annual Fashion Show - 4th of June
  • Sports days (week 21)
  • Choice days (week 23)

There are so many great events in the works, so enjoy these last few weeks and keep up the good work.  

Marcus Segerstedt