Essex, London, United Kingdom

Essex, London, United Kingdom


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The Junior School raised money for the NSPCC on Friday 7th May by taking part in Number Day. Our pupils enjoyed dressing up and playing maths activities and games throughout the day. Here are our costume winners. Well done to everyone for taking part.


On Friday, the Junior School hosted their first ever VIP2ME afternoon. This is a new initiative where the children invited visitors who are important to them to come and enjoy a Robert Burns themed all-singing all-dancing afternoon. Well done to all our children who took part and to the 100+ VIPs who really enjoyed their afternoon of tartan treats! See 


Junior 6 recently thoroughly enjoyed a visit from Homefront Histories. Amongst many other things, they had a whole day of fun examining artefacts and finding out lots about World War 2. ‘I really liked when we were trying to put out bombs with the air raid siren sounding.’ Tasbiha ‘ I enjoyed dressing-up and putting on the gas masks.’ Kamryn 


Well done to our Mini and Junior Duke Award winners. Yesterday they celebrated their achievements by having a garden party where they were awarded special certificates and badges. Luckily the weather stayed dry!


Our athletes compete against local and other international schools across Europe, with recent fixtures taking them to Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt, Vienna, and Athens. This is a privilege the students embrace completely, using their sporting prowess to also further their internationalism.


Our high-quality music education engages and inspires students to develop a love of music. Amongst many other things It ultimately leads to self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. Students in all Grade levels perform, listen to, review and evaluate music across a wide range of historical periods, genres, styles and traditions. They learn to sing and to use their voices, 

Encourages One To One Relationship With Parents

Millennium International Schools believe in establishing a very effective relationship with parents and that this parent-teacher partnership can make a significant difference in child’s education. Therefore to enhance the interaction between parents and teachers and to make parents more involved and responsive to their children’s social, emotional, and intellectual developmental need. MI organizes bimonthly Parent teacher meetings to give clear