Outstanding experiences

Through discussions, opportunities beyond the classroom, and trips, our inquisitive students take on the world.


Our students’ experiences both in and beyond the classroom develop their citizenship, both of their community as well as of the world. At CPB, we know international perspectives deepen their understanding.

For example, while our students are becoming proficient in their English and French language skills, they are also helping our community, playing sports, creating art, or going on national and international trips.

These varied experiences make our students well-rounded in their knowledge and understanding and prepare them to make a difference.


Our collaborations with world-leading institutions of creativity, science, and social impact expand your child’s worldview and encourage them to apply their talents.

The Juilliard School
Our collaboration with the world’s most renowned arts institution enriches our students’ love of dance, drama and music.
The MIT-Nord Anglia STEAM programme helps our students to develop their creativity and problem-solving skills by tackling interdisciplinary challenges facing the world today.
Students are challenged to make a difference locally and globally by tackling the Sustainable Development Goals.


Through a variety of extra-curricular activities, in the arts, sports, learning support, and career research, your child’s time outside the classroom gives meaning and motivation to their time inside the classroom.

We also offer exciting trips to destinations in Peru, as well as international trips with Nord Anglia’s Global Games and exchanges to the UK.

Team and individual sports

Specialist sports coaches lead our weekly programme to keep our students fit and healthy. All students are encouraged to play for fun and well-being, and our most talented players represent CPB in competitive tournaments.

Sports at CPB

Team and individual sports

Our sports include

  • volleyball
  • football
  • handball
  • basketball
  • table tennis
  • chess
  • hockey
  • martial arts
Creativity and the arts
Our students express their ideas and creativity by participating in academic subjects covering music, drama, contemporary dance, folkloric dance, arts and crafts, and the visual arts.
Literacy and learning support
After school, our students can work on any challenging areas with our talented teachers, who design tutoring sessions with our subject specialists. This support beyond class time helps our students use strategies to build upon their strengths and achieve their goals.
Career guidance
From Form III upwards, we offer our students personality and career tests, talks, workshops, educational visits, open days, and university fairs, so they have all the tools to make an informed decision about their university and potential career path.
National trips
To expand upon their learning experiences beyond the classroom, our students deepen their understanding of Peru’s beautiful history, culture, and geography. They travel to exciting national destinations connecting their classroom learning to the real world.
National trips

Our national trips include experiences such as exploring:

  • the beautiful coast, beaches, flora and fauna of Ica and Paracas
  • the traditional dance and historic architecture of Trujillo
  • the archaeological sites and gardens of Chiclayo
  • the volcanoes and volcanic-stone buildings of Arequipa
  • the green nature of the San Ramón district
  • the jungle and wildlife of Oxapampa
  • the impressive Andean mountains of Huaraz
  • the preserved Amazon wilderness in the Tambopata region
International connections and trips
As part of Nord Anglia Education, our students participate in international programmes and events, such as study abroad, summer camps, and Global Games (NAE's international sports competition). Our Secondary students can also participate in a cultural exchange trip to the United Kingdom though our strategic alliance with ISCA (Independent Schools Cultural Alliance).
International connections and trips
Since CPB is a Nord Anglia school, our students have exciting opportunities to connect with other Nord Anglia international schools to participate in programmes and events, such as study abroad, summer camps, and Global Games (NAE's international sports competition). Our students make friends abroad and learn from different cultures, giving them international perspectives and enriching their global citizenship.

Our Secondary students can additionally participate in a cultural exchange to the United Kingdom though our strategic alliance with ISCA (Independent Schools Cultural Alliance). This exchange is a three-week full immersion in the English language, history, and culture, which allows our students to fully experience the international values of our school.
Our social purpose
At Colegio Peruano Británico, our students apply their empathy and kindness by making meaningful connections with the communities around them. They discover how they can make a positive difference and contribute to the world.


At Colegio Peruano Británico, we believe a healthy mindset and lifestyle are as important as our academics, so we encourage our students’ holistic development by supporting their well-being and resilience.

Our team of psychologists work closely with our teachers, specialists, and parents to equip our students with tools and resources to keep a healthy mind and spirit that complement their physical well-being.

Our Rules and Discipline Coordinator additionally demonstrates positive behaviour and self-regulation to our students, so they can develop techniques and strategies that boost their wellness.



At Colegio Peruano Británico, we encourage our students to develop their empathy and kindness to make meaningful connections with the communities around them, so they can discover how they want to contribute to the world.

Through trips and social outreach to our communities in Lima, our students learn to understand different social environments and to consider ways they can be helpful. IB students particularly focus on this as a component of the IB curriculum. By applying their skills in the real world, they’re also making more informed choices on their university and potential career paths.

Additionally, as part of our international culture, our students learn to research, analyse, and debate current and global impact issues in our course, ‘Global Politics and Citizenship’. In this way, our students learn how to make a difference not only locally, but also globally. 



Our campus is a thoroughly enriching environment with inspiring surroundings, where our students can follow all their goals and aspirations.

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