Kensington School Madrid was founded in 1968, and was one of the first schools in the country to offer the English national curriculum in Spain for pupils age from 3-18.
The school’s primary school teaches the English national curriculum for students from ages 3-11.
In secondary school, the school starts preparing students to take Spain’s national Educacion Segundaria Obligatoria (ESO) exams. Students can also take iGCSE exams in English.
In sixth form, the schools moves students entirely towards achieving the Spanish Bachillerato diploma. The Spanish-language curriculum is reinforced by intensive preparation in both English and French for official external exams.
The school prides itself on teaching the Spanish education system with ‘deep immersion’ in English.
The Kensington School does not make its tuition fees public online.
The school is non-selective, and asks parents to begin the admissions process by contacting the school via email, telephone, in person or by filling out an online form on the school’s website.
The Kensington School is located in the Pozuelo de Alarcón district of Madrid, and is a 20-minute drive from the city centre.
The school has a sister institution in Barcelona.
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