In 2007, we built King's College La Moraleja, a popular suburb of Madrid. The school educates over 500 children from Nursery to Year 9 (ages 3-14). Situated on 10,000 square metres of grounds, the school includes an Infant's garden, various playgrounds, a floodlit multi-sports area and a multi-purpose school hall. There is also a library, a dedicated computer suite and, like all of our schools, there are interactive whiteboards in every classroom. We plan lessons so that children apply their knowledge from more than one subject to a particular theme or topic. This helps children make connections in a very practical way, which allows them to solve problems, think creatively and convert knowledge into understanding. We live in a world that depends on communication and collaboration. Being able to communicate fluently in English is very valuable. Being bi-lingual in Spanish and English is a huge advantage. Add a third or even fourth language such as French or German and a whole world of new opportunities opens up. 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 the older children who join the school in the senior years, it is important that every child feels safe and welcome.
The first step of the application process is to apply online or to contact each admissions department. Due to the high demand for places at King’s College School, the admission’s process is selective. Priority is given to children with a good level of English, with brothers or sisters already studying at King’s College and to former King’s College pupils.
Please contact King’s College School, La Moraleja, Nuria Sanz, Head of Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org
King’s College schools are the only schools in Madrid that are regularly inspected by the body ISI, which is accredited by the British government. In its last report for King’s College School, La Moraleja, the ISI highlights “the excellent progress made by pupils, particularly in English, as a key strength of the school”.Read more
King’s Group was last night awarded the trophy for “Excellence in Careers & Employability Service Engagement” as part of the TARGET jobs “National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2017” held at London’s Grosvenor House. The prize, voted for by careers and employability professionals nationally, promotes the important contribution many employers make towards developing today’s young professionals and helping to prepare them for their future careers.Read more
BIS (British International Schools) magazine has awarded the “IT Initiative” award to King's Group’s British international schools, for their “contribution to pupil learning as well as the improvement in the effective running of the school”.Read more