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Kensington School, since its foundation in 1968, has been one of the pioneer schools in the introduction of British education in Spain. Kensington School is a school for pupils ranging in age from 3-18. Having once completed their British education to the age of 14, pupils continue their Spanish studies towards...

International College Spain is the only international school in Madrid that offers the 3 International Baccalaureate Programmes for students aged 3 to 18 years in English. ICS was founded in 1980 by the late entrepreneur and philanthropist Manoucher Farhangi and thanks to him has grown to become one of the leading international...

A family school in the heart of Madrid, since 1971 International School of Madrid has been offering a quality British education to children aged 1 to 18 from all over the world. Their motto is Respect, Loyalty and Friendship. They are known for their child-centred approach, happy atmosphere and high standards of...

The English Montessori School (TEMS) is a private co-educational school, for 3 to 18 year olds, which caters to the educational needs of students of the Spanish and International communities in Madrid. The school is recognised by both the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture as a foreign British centre and...

Kristin Berry, CPCC is originally from Chicago but has lived in Barcelona since 2007 where she works as a certified executive, life and team coach as well as a trainer and professor at a business school. Kristin also specializes in bringing leadership techniques to teacher and educators in order for them to create...

The British Council School offers an English-Spanish bilingual and bicultural education. The school was the pioneer British school in Spain from the very first day it opened its doors in 1940. Since then, the main objective of the British Council School has been not only to offer a bilingual and bicultural education, but...