King’s College, The British School of Madrid (Soto de Viñuelas)
The campus is located in Soto de Viñuelas, an affluent residential neighbourhood of Madrid, which is to the North of the city centre. It offers facilities specifically built for children between the ages of 20 months and 18 years (from Pre-Nursery to Year 13) and has a capacity for more than 1600 students. It is located in an attractive 12 acre site in the countryside between the city and the Guadarrama Mountains, but is well connected to the city centre by bus and rail.
King’s College is the only school in Madrid accredited by the Department for Education (DfE) in the UK as “Outstanding” in every category, that offers a British Curriculum from 18 months to 18 years. To be recognised by the DfE, as a British School Overseas (BSO) means that the school must have an inspection report which shows that their performance against all the BSO standards is at least satisfactory. This reflects the standards required for continuing registration as a school in England.
At King’s College the school helps young people to develop their ambitions and to compete with their peers from across Europe, Asia and America. The school is renowned for every year sending its eighteen year-old leavers on to a wide variety of elite universities across the globe, including the UK, Spain, the USA and other European cities among others. Students carry with them impressive personal qualities which are essential for today’s increasingly competitive global job market. A British education gives alumni the best opportunities to work in challenging and interesting careers all over the world.
King’s College School, The British School of Madrid (La Moraleja)
The school has a superb location in the affluent residential area of La Moraleja, situated on a hill overlooking Alcobendas (Madrid), with impressive views of the Guadarrama Mountains. The classrooms cater for more than 600 children between the ages of 3 and 16 (Nursery to Year 11).
Like its sister schools King’s College School offers the English National Curriculum and is fully accredited by the Department for Education in the UK as “Excellent” in every category from the latest external school inspection report as a British School Overseas (BSO).
As a purpose-built school of stunning design, with outdoor areas and well-appointed classrooms, this is an inspiring place to learn. What is immediately apparent is the happy yet purposeful atmosphere of the school. Whether children are local or international, everyone is made to feel welcome and newcomers make friends here very quickly.
King’s Infant School, The British School of Madrid (Chamartín)
King’s Infant School in Madrid’s city centre is part of King’s Group, a prominent education organisation founded in 1969, which provides a high-quality British education to more than 8,000 students across the globe.
The school is located in Madrid’s central business district of “Chamartín” and offers a dedicated learning campus with thoughtful in and outdoor play facilities, specifically built for children between the ages of 2 and 7 years old (from Pre-Nursery to Year 2). Like its sister schools King’s Infant School offers the English National Curriculum and is fully accredited by the Department for Education in the UK as “Excellent” in every category from the latest external school inspection report as a British School Overseas (BSO).
Young children are naturally inquisitive; the school embraces this to develop it into a love for discovery and learning. King’s Infant School creates inspirational learning opportunities, encouraging pupils’ first hand exploration and engagement. The quality start which they receive at King’s Infant School allows pupils to secure a solid foundation from which future learning experiences can be built upon. Success is based upon a partnership between pupils, parents and staff working together to celebrate successes and overcome challenges.
About King’s Group
In 2019, King’s College schools became members of Inspired, a leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America, educating over 45,000 students across a global network of more than 64 schools.
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