British School, British Teachers, English Curriculum
n 1969 our first British school was founded in Madrid. Since then we have provided children with a rigorous and broad British education. Pupils from our British schools in Madrid go on to study at the best British universities as well as those in Spain, Europe and North America. Many of our students win places at many
excellent universities including: Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, London School of Economics, Manchester and St Andrews.
with expertise and a passion for their subjects
All our British schools deliver the English National Curriculum with its focus on developing thoughtful and knowledgeable young people. We know from experience that a successful school depends on recruiting teachers with the skills and experience to turn the curriculum into dynamic lessons that ignite the imagination. This is how we deliver real knowledge and understanding to your child and develop the core skills that will serve them well in the future
A very British education,
classes taught in English
We believe that child centred, exploratory learning, will teach your child how to think, question and explore new ideas. All learning at King’s College is based upon these core skills; not simply a list of memorised facts, but real knowledge and understanding. We cannot promise you that your child will go to one of the world’s top universities, no one can. We can, however, give your son or daughter the best possible chance to reach their full potential, as a thinking, conscientious young person.
We can say with confidence that we treat every child as an individual and that we will do everything we can to give them the best start in their life.
consistently excellent results
All of our schools have a reputation for academic excellence. Last year at our school in Madrid our pass rate for A levels was 99.3% and most of those pupils received an A or B. While nearly 98% passed AS Levels, again nearly 70% of those received an A or B. In the IGCSEs, 95% passed with three quarters achieving an A or B.
Students at King’s College received 164 offers from UK universities ranked in the top 50,81 offers are from universities ranked in the top 20 and 38 from universities ranked in the top 10. Good examination results and a place at university for your child are just part of what we strive to deliver. Parents send their children to King’s College because they want their children to be exposed to new ideas, to have their minds stimulated, their intellectual curiosity fostered and their creativity nurtured.
upholding values in
at every age
Primary (British System)
Education in the Early Years makes a tremendous contribution to a child’s future and that is why our Primary school teachers are highly trained professionals. We attract and retain teachers who are passionate about their work. The Primary school years provide the foundation for all children’s later learning. This is true for social and physical development as much as academic progress. Learn more about “Primary Education”
Secondary (British System)
As your children get older, lessons become more demanding and the children begin to focus on their preferred subjects. The greatest advantage we can give your child is a true love of learning. That may seem simplistic, but we know that your child’s future depends on learning new skills and constantly improving their understanding, not just at school, but for the rest of their lives. Learn more about “Secondary Education”
Caring for your children
and contributing to the community
We expect pupils to contribute to a positive, friendly and supportive atmosphere at school and require them to demonstrate respect for adults and other pupils. In turn, we will show them respect as young learners and help them with any difficulties that they may encounter. From the very small children who come to school on a bus, to older children who join the school at IGCSE or A Level, it is important that every child feels safe and welcome. Learn more
As a multinational organisation we seek to have a positive effect on every social environment that we come in to contact with. We support the local and wider communities. Learn more