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2018

In May and June 2018, the second generation of Avenor International High School Grade 10 students at the A sat their IGCSE exams, and our high school organised for the first AS Level Exams for Grade 11 students.

The fifth generation of 8th-grade students graduated in June. Their results at national and international evaluations place Avenor College on the 13th place among top schools in Bucharest.

September 1, 2018: Avenor College has 360 students in Primary and Middle School, 66 students in High School and 125 preschoolers at Avenor Nursery.

The teaching staff consists of 130 teachers, assistants, and associate teachers.

2017

In June, the fourth generation of 8th-grade students graduated from Avenor college. The results obtained both at the National Evaluation and the Checkpoint examinations place our school for the fourth consecutive year in the top ten schools in Bucharest.

In May and June 2017, the first generation of 10th-grade students held the IGCSE exams.

September 1st: There are 350 students in Primary and Secondary School (“Clasa pregatitoare” to Grade 8), 50 students in grades 9th-11th and 120 preschool children at Avenor Nursery.

The educational team consists of 125 teachers, assistants, and associate teachers.

2016

In June, the third generation of Grade 8 students graduated from Avenor College. Their results at National Evaluation exams placed our school among the top 10 schools in Bucharest for the third consecutive year.

Avenor College joins the Common Ground Collaborative (CGC).

September 1st: There are 308 students at Avenor Primary and Secondary School (“Clasa pregatitoare” to Grade 8), 24 students in Grades 9 and 10 and 120 students at Avenor Nursery.

The educational team consists of 120 teachers, assistants and associate teachers.

2015

In June, the second generation of Grade 8 students graduated from Avenor College. Their results at National Evaluation exams placed our school among the top 6 schools in Bucharest.

In September, Avenor International High School opens its doors with an international, English-based Cambridge curriculum.

There are 300 students at Avenor Primary, Secondary School and High School (“Clasa pregatitoare” to Grade 8) and 120 students at Avenor Nursery.

The educational team consists of 115 teachers, assistants and associate teachers.

2014

Avenor College Campus includes three buildings: Junior, Senior and Clubs, two sport grounds and age specific recreational areas.

In June, the first Grade 8 students graduated from Avenor College. Their results at National Evaluation exams placed our school among the top 10 schools in Bucharest.

Avenor College prepares for the accreditation of the Middle School during the academic year 2014-2015.

We begin the process for the Cambridge accreditation of Avenor International High School

September 1st, 2014: There are 250 children studying at Avenor Primary and Secondary School (“Clasa pregatitoare” to Grade 8) and 110 children studying at Avenor Nursery.

The educational team consists of 110 teachers, assistants and associate teachers.

2013 
Little London becomes Avenor College

August 2013: Little London became Avenor College. Avenor College is a Romanian-British school for children aged 2 to 18 years old.

August 2013: The biggest building in our school campus is finalized and opens its doors. This building will accommodate students from Avenor Primary and Secondary School. It will also be able to accommodate the high school level.

September 1st, 2013: There are 210 students at Avenor Primary and Secondary School (“Clasa pregatitoare” to Grade 8) and 120 students at Avenor Nursery.

The educational team consists of 100 teachers and associate teachers. 

2012

Little London School obtains its accreditation for Primary School and preparations are in the works to obtain accreditation for the Secondary School in 2014.

March 2012: We launch the construction of a new school campus that will be dedicated to the Secondary School and will be added to the Little London campus starting beginning September 2013.

Summer 2012: the nursery school moves to a new location near Arcul de Triumf (on Alexandru Constantinescu no. 65)

September 1st 2012: there are 164 children studying at Little London School from “clasa pregatitoare” to Grade 7 and 80 children studying at Little London Nursery.

The educational team consists of 65 teachers and associate teachers.

2011

Little London (Piata Victoriei location) nursery obtains its accreditation.

September 1st 2011:  there are 108 students registered at Little London School in Grades 1 to 6 and 65 preschoolers at Little London Nursery

Little London Nursery, Piata Victoriei location, continues its activity under the patronage of the Little London School Foundation. The founding members are: Florin Segarceanu, Diana Segarceanu and Andreia Mitrea. The Pipera location remains under new management.

The educational team consists of 45 teachers and associate teachers.

2010

The development of the school is undertaken by “Fundatia Scoala Little London” whose founding members are Florin Segarceanu, Diana Segarceanu and Andreia Mitrea. They are providing financial and management support for long-term development.

The secondary school (Grades 5-8) is authorized and opens its doors.

The new educational director of Little London is Dana Papadima (a specialist in the Romanian educational system and in creating viable alternatives to the public system, and with experience in developing projects for children’s personal development).

The school moves to a new location in the Greenfield residential complex (near Baneasa forest) and the Grade 5 is established.

September 1st:  There are 68 children studying in Grades 1 to 5 and 55 children studying at Little London Nursery.

The educational team consists of 35 teachers and associate teachers. 

2009

The school covers Grades 1 to 4, preparations for the opening of the middle school are underway.

September 1st 2009:  21 children are studying at Little London School in Grades 1 to 4 and 35 children at Little London Nursery.

The educational team (nursery and school) consists of almost 25 teachers.

2007

We assumed a new name: "Gradinita si Scoala Little London”

The primary school opens its doors in the new Pipera location.

Wonderland Nursery School expands, reaching the maximum number of children the original location could accommodate. The nurseries are authorized by the Romanian Ministry of Education and aim to be accredited by the 2010-2011 school year. The main curriculum is Romanian, but is followed and enhanced by adding a new British-style curriculum.

2003

Wonderland Nursery School opens in Bucharest on Scarlatescu Street (near Piata Victoriei). Implementing a British curriculum in daily activities. The teaching language is English.