New Online British School

July 21, 2020

I am pleased to announce that I am a representative of a new online only school. The International British Online School (iBOS) is an online school teaching to the British curriculum, to both national and international students worldwide. iBOS teach the full range of EBacc1 subjects to their Key Stage 4 students and a wide range of AS and A levels to their 6th Form students.

All teaching staff are UK qualified and are highly experienced, they broadcast live lessons from their main building in London, where lessons are delivered via live and interactive online video-links for all of their students. Students use a proprietary online learning platform to access their planner/timetable, having access to their live timetabled lessons at their respective time, as well as recorded lessons at any time, 24/7. Weekly reports are available at the students’ learning dashboard, which is also accessible to parents. Performance for each student is evaluated by iBOS on a regular basis to ensure that meaningful and lasting education is provided throughout the academic years for the years to come.

We currently recruiting students who will be in year 10, 11,12 and 13 from September 2020. So those are doing GCSE, AS and A Level.

From September 2021 the school will be providing online classes for Key Stage 3 (year 7-10), this expansion will continue in 2022 when the school will open to student hoping to run online classes from year 5 and 6.

Please note it is expected that all students will have a good level of English.

This online school system is hugely beneficial to all Diplomatic staff, international investors and other busy professional parents. Instead of hiring expensive private tutors, changing schools frequently or sending to them away to boarding school, they can, for a reasonable fee, receive the entire curriculum online, delivered by some of the most experienced teachers in each subjects. The school will also suit families who would prefer their children to be home-schooled, as they may have issues with their children’s current school and also for those children who maybe currently attending an International school that does not have proper experienced international teachers, this will be a unique opportunity for them to learn and graduate at the highest level with iBOS.

For more information please contact using links on this website and for futher details about the school visit 

Status Update

June 20, 2020

BISK Education Services will continue it’s consultancy work after the Corona virus pandemic has reduced to safe levels. We will offer consultancy services in setting up free schools and International schools around the world.

We can help with curriculum design and plan unit by unit for all topics and subjects that can be ready for departments and teachers, and in the case of unforeseen circumstances can be used for online teaching.

We can help rewrite all school policies, and provide full t...

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June 20, 2017

BISK Education Services are delighted and honoured to be invited to the first IraqI – UK conference for trade and investment, which has organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq to the UK.

The conference will be held on the 3rd and 4th of July in London, and there are many ministers and representatives from eight Iraqi ministries. Also present will be officials from the parliamentary Oil and Gas Committee, Economic Committee and the National Investment Committee, who look forward to...

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Iraq - Is There Hope? conference

January 25, 2017
I will be speaking the "Iraq - Is There Hope?" conference on February 5th in Hammersmith, London. Please come along.

For more information please visit the event website.

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Meeting with the Iraqi Ambassador to the UK

July 24, 2016
Recently I had a long meeting with his Excellency Dr Salih the Ambassador of Iraq in London. It was such a pleasure to listen to his Excellency talking about primary education with passion and how we can rebuild it?

Until now, I have only witnessed Iraqi personal just pay attention to only University level education but for a change, we had a very healthy and long conversation on how we can rebuild the primary and secondary education sector in Iraq. I am planning to put together a programme t...

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KS2 Results released to schools today 5th June

July 5, 2016
Good luck to all students and parents waiting to hear the results of the national Key Stage 2 results (Year 6) which are being released to schools today.

According to the DfE (Department for Education) the national average across ALL schools is:
  • Reading - 103
  • Gammar, punctuation & spelling - 104
  • Mathematics - 103
Children achieving a score of 100 have met the national standard expected for their age.

Children scoring below 100 are working towards the national standard expected for their age.

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School for refugee children

April 6, 2016

During the Easter holidays I spent two days visiting a refugee camp in Dunkirk, France. One of the first things that struck me was the high percentage of Iraqi Kurds who were living there. My main purpose was to visit a school that had been set up to provide some education to the refugee children by Rory Fox an experienced head teacher from England.


I was extremely impressed, by the amount of effort that Rory Fox and his colleague Genny Perry had put into the project. Both are very successf...

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