We create high aspirations for future generations. Learn more about our school and how we deliver every day on the promises that IES makes to families.
YEAR GROUPS: F-9
SCHOOL ESTABLISHED: 2017
QUALIFIED FOR GYMNASIET: 97%
NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 788
STUDENTS PER TEACHER/SUPPORT STAFF: 9
Internationella Engelska Skolan in Södertälje is a bilingual school for students in Förskoleklass to Year 9.
Our school is a safe and calm environment where teachers can teach and students learn, and we are committed to helping every child reach their full potential.
We teach using the Swedish national curriculum and just under half of our teachers learned their trade internationally and use English as their teaching language. Our Swedish speaking teachers use Swedish as their teaching language, providing an authentic bilingual experience.
26 Feb - 1 Mar 2024
29 Mar - 5 Apr 2024
1 May 2024
9 May 2024
10 May 2024
6 Jun 2024
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
We are delighted to announce that we have now appointed Mr. Aho Alp, as the new Principal for IES Södertälje starting on 1st March 2024. Mr. Alp has several years of experience in school leadership in Sweden and comes with an excellent understanding of the demographics and needs of our Södertälje school.Principal's Welcome
| 13 February 2024
Children and young adults are moving less and they have increased both their sedentary time and their screen time. They…
| 01 March 2023
This years talent show is online. Please watch as our students and staff show their talents!
"I like the fact that the school has a broad mix of students, everyone has a different background and comes from a different part of Sweden or the rest of the world."
Olivia, Year 9
"As a native English speaker, the opportunity to be able to teach something I am passionate about in my own language is wonderful."
Emma Eyre, Head of Aesthetics
"At Internationella Engelska Skolan I am getting a good education that really prepares me for the future."
Simon, Year 9
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We use Swedish and English in our school.
In Year F to 3 we use Swedish and we introduce English gradually, giving students the tools to succeed in their lessons through the English language.
In Year 4 to 9 about half of the lessons are taught in English. Our teachers have a great deal of experience in helping students learn to command the English language, using language immersion.
You can start at our school with any level of English. Our students learn to command the English language quickly.
Apply in just three steps:
You can only apply via our homepage if your child has a Swedish social security number (personnummer). If your child does not one, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you.
Because of the way that we are funded we are only able to offer education to students registered as living in Sweden. You can apply for a place for any student who has a Swedish national identity number (personnummer), even if they have not yet moved back to Sweden.
If you do not yet have a Swedish national identity number but are moving to Sweden and would like to apply, please contact us via email@example.com.
We understand that you would like to know as early as possible whether your child has a place. However, it is difficult to give a precise answer before the school completes the intake process. We offer places based on the date on which students joined the queue, but also consider whether they will have a sibling in the school at the same time (syskonförtur).
We usually start our intake process for the following academic year in the autumn term the year before. The length of the process depends on how quickly we hear back from families who are offered places.
If a student leaves school during the school year we will offer this place to the next person in the queue, this could happen at any time.
Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your child's ID number (personnummer) or Queue ID (is found in the confirmation you received when you applied) and the information of the changes you would like to make.
There are no fees to attend IES schools. Our schools are funded in the same way as those run by the municipality, through the Swedish tax system and the school voucher (skolpeng).