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School Policies STATEMENT at Spojená škola, Pankúchova 6

We aim to share and apply a common philosophy – a commitment to a high quality, challenging, international education founded in the principle of linking theory, practice, and real-life situations. We promote international mindedness whilst respecting and supporting the development of students’ needs and their unique personalities and supporting them to become multi-lingual lifelong learners who help to create peaceful and better world.


Language Policy /SK/

Academic Integrity Policy /SK/

Admission Policy /SK/

Assessment Policy /SK/

Inclusion Policy /SK/

The Library Policy



“International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes encourage students to inquire and to think critically and creatively; students are then asked to give shape to their thinking through oral discussion or presentations, through visual representations and displays, and in multiple forms of writing.” (Academic honesty in the IB educational context, 2014, p. 1)

A policy is a set of rules or guidelines for IB schools to follow and achieve goals. An effective policy should outline what we do or not do, directions, limits, principles, and guidance for decision making. Policies answer questions like: What? Why?