Frequently Asked Questions
When can I register my child?
As we are a private school the register period is open all year round.
What do I have to do to register my child?
Contact the school either by telephone or email firstname.lastname@example.org and make an appointment to get information about our education project, the facilities and services offered by the school.
What documents are needed to register?
Registration form including photograph
Previous school year report (from year 3)
Health certificate including vaccines
How does the curriculum compare with that taught in Britain?
Pupils follow the guidelines as laid out in the British National Curriculum and extension programmes are encouraged where necessary and appropriate.
Does the school offer transport?
Yes. We offer a bus service from various local points. Please consult the school secretary for details.
What meals are available in school and where are the pupils catered for?
All our students eat a high quality meal (one main course and a side dish, as well as a vegetarian option daily) here at the school. All food is prepared from fresh and on site.
Does the school provide Spanish lessons?
Yes, as well as the British Curriculum, we deliver two compulsory subjects to meet the requirements of the Spanish curriculum (Lengua and Ciencias Sociales). For students of different nationalities Spanish is taught as a second language and at different levels.
Are instrumental lessons available?
Tuition is available for many instruments. We have a music programme (part of the curriculum) where all children from Year 2 learn to play an instrument.
Are there extra-curricular activities?
There is a wide choice of extracurricular activities in both the Primary and Secondary schools (we also have an offer for EYFS).
What is the maximum class size on average?
We have classes from 15 to 24.
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