St George's British School Madrid
About St George's British School Madrid
St George's British School, Madrid is an all-through international school and Sixth form college for pupils of mixed gender aged between 3 and 18 years old. The school primarily follows the English national curriculum, covering a wide subject range from the British Curriculum but also incorporating Spanish language to present what it calls a bi-cultural and balanced education. Students will work towards achieving IGCSE and Advance Level exam qualifications.
Opening in September 2010, it is one of five St Georges schools across Spain and is a member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS). It has more than 500 pupils enrolled and is located in the Alcobendas region of Madrid. The other St George's schools are located in Barcelona, Malaga, Sevilla and Almeria.
Values and Vision
St George's British School, Madrid aims to educate students into becoming knowledgable, creative and confident contributors to society, who develop a lifelong love for learning and an understanding and respect for all cultures around the world. The school fulfils these aims by aspiring to provide a stimulating, secure and motivating academic environment in which to encourage students to achieve their highest potential and attain high academic levels.
Pupils are helped to prepare for adult life by being taught the values of mutual respect, self confidence, ethics and a sense of duty to themselves and others. As a well-resourced school with a reputation for high academic achievement, the school believes that learning is most effective when the student is happy and motivated, and commits itself to making education pleasurable to get the best out of those who attend.