The British School of Almería
About The British School of Almería
The British School of Almeria is a mixed, British curriculum through school with sixth form in Spain, serving pupils from the age of 3-18. The school has a capacity for 750 students. It is part of the prestigious international educational group International Schools Partnership whose focus is on providing amazing learning opportunities for pupils across all of iyts schools.
The British School of Almería follows the National Curriculum for England, adapting it to meet the needs of its international learning environment. Facilities include an indoor swimming pool, science laboratories, specialist music, art and computer classrooms and a school library.
Ms. Gillian Greaves
Values and vision
St George’s School aims to provide all students with a welcoming and stimulating learning environment where education is made to be enjoyable and enriching throughout all stages of the curriculum. The school nurtures students as independent, confident and inquisitive learners by offering a challenging and structured programme that is personalised for each individual; ensuring that everyone gets the most out of their time at school. It is vital to the school that pupils hold the skills, knowledge, understanding and positive attitude to be fully prepared for life in an ever changing modern world. Learners are encouraged to develop a strong sense of respect towards others and social responsibility so that they go on to actively contribute as positive citizens in the local and wider community. The Spanish culture and traditions are also taught to ensure that students benefit from learning about life in their local environment. The British School of Almería offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities and cultural opportunities which allow pupils to pursue their passions and fully develop their individual talents thus providing them with a wide, fulfilling and inspiring educational experience.