"ISL Surrey is amazing. We’re extremely happy parents of a child in the Early Years Program (EYP), with our younger boy starting as soon as he turns two. We chose ISL as an alternative to nursery, and find the school delivers a much more varied, stimulating, structured and personal experience. We highly recommend EYP and can see the rest of the primary school programme is equally as amazing. It’s great that our four-year-old gets to mix with Reception children and the rest of the school in some of the activities. The mix of international and local families is lovely, and the support given to new arrivals is practical and genuine. As many say, it does feel like a big happy family.
Perhaps the best testament we can give is that when we started at ISL, I was working locally in Woking. Now with both of us parents working in central London, we strongly considered moving away from Woking but decided we’d commute for the primary reason of allowing the boys to continue with ISL Surrey.
ISL really is a school that delivers on their marketing."
Current Early Years parent

Welcome to ISL Surrey, an independent co-educational and non-selective school for children aged 2-11 based in Woking, Surrey.

A student recently told me that she regards our school as her second home. It reinforced my belief that ISL Surrey is a special place where every child is valued. Our approach to learning is personalised so that individual talents are recognised, nurtured and developed.

We model a love of learning in an environment where everyone can flourish and grow. Our goal is to embed a spirit of curiosity in our students by promoting a culture of creativity, and grounding our learning in real-world experiences.

Our strong community creates a safe and caring school where parents, teachers and children have a deep sense of belonging and can be themselves.

We prize the diversity of our students and celebrate the richness of their global experience in a multicultural environment. The development of languages, including our students' home languages, is robustly supported as we believe that preserving a child's identity is the key to his or her success.

Welcome to our dynamic community.

Richard Parker
Principal UK Schools