A small
school
for big
dreamers

A small
school
with big
perspective

stroke

Educating the future
citizens of the world

Every day, we look forward to welcoming students and parents to our school. Because every day, we get to be part of empowering children on their journey of becoming creative, curious, and adaptive citizens of the world. With daily observations of growth and development in our students, we believe it is safe to state:

The future starts here – and it is looking bright.

We put our
students first

We believe that an excellent learning environment starts with a whole-child approach. Being responsive to every student´s individual needs, we help them create a solid foundation in social and emotional development. We also promote flexibility in learning and solid school-parent partnerships.

About us

A positive
approach to
lifelong learning

We see education as an experimental
and experiential journey. Instead of rigid frameworks, we practise a creative approach that enables every student to discover their sense of self. A diverse, inclusive, and international staff, contributes to strengthening our chosen approach.

Learning

Treasure hunting
in our school
library

We believe that an excellent learning environment starts with a whole-child approach. Being responsive to every student´s individual needs, we help them create a solid foundation in social and emotional development. We also promote flexibility in learning and solid school-parent partnerships.

Library

Let’s talk!

If you have any questions or enquiries, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We
are happy to give you more information, or even connect you with some of the families of the children already attending SDIS.

Contact

News and Updates

We are in the news.

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6.9.2022

Being together. Playing together. Laughing together. And making memories together.

Being together and playing together.

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23.6.2022

Grade 4 and 5 Field Trip

Students in fourth and fifth grade traveled to Stavanger to learn about the power of art in the midst of gentrification with the Argentinian artist Mariela Limerutti, who was revisiting her engravings made in 2008.

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23.6.2022

News and Updates

We are in the news.

Read more
6.9.2022

Being together. Playing together. Laughing together. And making memories together.

Being together and playing together.

Read more
23.6.2022

Grade 4 and 5 Field Trip

Students in fourth and fifth grade traveled to Stavanger to learn about the power of art in the midst of gentrification with the Argentinian artist Mariela Limerutti, who was revisiting her engravings made in 2008.

Read more
23.6.2022