The British School Of Malaga
About The British School Of Malaga
The British School of Málaga is a mixed, non-denominational all-through school with sixth form situated in the residential area of Cerrado Calderón in Málaga, southern Spain. It is a school that focuses on delivering ‘A British Education’, mostly centred around the British curriculum and language as well as providing Spanish language lessons and elements of its curriculum. The school is part of the International Schools Partnership, whose vision is ‘To be an international schools group of quality and scale, recognised across local communities and the education sector for amazing learning, ambition and growth’.
At The British School of Malaga students study for IGCSE and A Level qualifications. The school roll is currently 715 students between the ages of 3-18.
The school was founded in September 2000 and is an approved member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain. The most recent NABSS inspection took place in April 2018 where they were awarded with four years authorisation for pupils from Nursery to year 13.
Values and Vision: Growing our future together
Learning at The British School of Malaga is all about learning for life. Youngsters leave our school more rounded from the rich experiences they have encountered, confident and motivated in the pathway they are travelling and as a result happy, aspirational, independent and successful. There is a focus on developing a personalised experience of learning for every young person.
The British School of Malaga places significant value on developing resilient, empathetic and self aware citizens of the future. They do this by developing opportunities that offer a range of cultural, social and creative experiences for youngsters to discover and develop new interests. Through such opportunities learners’ leave school with a better understanding that whoever they are and whatever background they come from they are all citizens of the future who can learn from one another’s skills and experiences. The philosophy that underlies the schools ethos is based upon respect for yourself, one another and the learning environment.
The learner-centred approach to education, passion for all young people to be ambitious and successful and dedication allows youngsters to feel valued, respected and supported. Building relationships with young people, families and staff is central to everything the school does; they always aim to listen, learn and reflect together.