After School Clubs

Student Council

IES Bromma Student Council consists of representatives from each class who work for the students' right to influence. Our task is, along with all students in the school, to work for things we want to make happen, improve or change.

We have fantastic representatives from each class, from Grade 4 to 9, and together we form the link between students and the school administration.

Between the years 2008 and 2016 IES Bromma Student Council has achieved a lot. For example:

  • better food
  • sofas in the Café
  • development of the Café
  • Haiti fundraiser
  • helped develop the Likabehandlingsplan
  • Skolval
  • Leadership programs for Student Council members
  • Lectures on Study Skills for all students
  • Annual Art Competition to reflect IES Bromma's core values. 

And we will continue the hard work. The first of our two main goals in the future is to get more students around the school involved in our work. It has already started and we will continue to encourage creative ideas. To make this possible our second goal is to increase the knowledge of who we are and what we do by working with marketing. 
We hope to hear from you soon! 

IES Bromma Student Council Board

The Social Society

The Social Society is an after school activity that allows students an opportunity to create and host out-of-school activities. This can be anything from theme evenings and parties to school outings.

If you have a good idea for an event or would like to take part in the Social Society feel free to come to a meeting on Thursdays after school in D343.

The Social Society is currently looking for bands to be involved in an IES Bromma Idol type competition. 
If you are in a band or you can sing feel free to enter and win 1000 kronor. To enter simply email your band name and members to;

IES Bromma Year Book

Internationella Engelska Skolan Bromma proudly creates a yearbook for all the graduating Grade 9 students each year. 
This full-colour quality book is a wonderful way to remember the student's time at IES Bromma.
The book is split into the following sections:

  • Teachers comments
  • Student profiles
  • Mini-essays
  • Advertising

The yearbook is designed online, printed in America, and then shipped ready to be handed out during the last weeks of term. The yearbook cost is covered in part by advertising from families and businesses.

If you are interested in advertising in the book, or for more details contact