Welcome to the 2022/2023 school year at Stockholm International School (SIS). I hope that you’ve had a wonderful summer reconnecting with friends and family. If this is your first year at SIS I would like to extend a very warm welcome to each and everyone of you. If you are a “seasoned” SIS family – welcome back again!

My name is Marianne Røder Lauridsen and I am your SIS Parent Community (SPC) president. I served last year on the SPC board as vice president and I have three kids at the school in 7th, 9th and 12th grade.

The SPC is composed of parents just like yourself that want to ensure their children have the best possible experience at SIS. We encourage you to take an active part and enjoy our activities. Involvement is one of the best ways to build relationships through the school: with teachers and staff, with other parents, and with your child’s classmates.

We have a very active parent community with many different clubs e.g. running club, walking club, padel club, book club, cooking club, city lunch club and many more. We also have a buddy program to help new families transition to Stockholm and SIS. This year we are planning a “Buddy boat” to welcome new parents by organizing a boat trip in the Swedish archipelago.

The best way to keep yourself updated on school and SPC events is by:

- Check the school calendar

- Sign up for “Classlist” to make friends and join all the clubs

- Be on the look-out for information for your child’s class reps

- Attend our monthly SPC meetings. The first meeting will be on 31st August

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. You can reach us at spc@intsch.se.

Kind regards

Marianne Røder Lauridsen



The SIS Parent Community wishes to thank the following for their contributions:

The British International Primary School of Stockholm PTA ITIM Culture and Management Consultants

Ernst and Young, Sweden

The following were used as a resource:

Life in Sweden by Philomène Offen and Sonia Vivian

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide - Stockholm

Collated by Sara Lindhé, with invaluable contributions from former members of the PTA & current members of the SPC.