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British International School, Jakarta, Indonesia - Bar2
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BIS offers the National Curriculum for England to English speaking students from Foundation Stage to Year 6. The British education system is recognised, valued and respected around the world and it is straight forward to transfer from School to School if necessary due to relocation.

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