Queen’s College Mallorca teaches the English national curriculum while allowing students to obtain Spanish national qualifications at the same time. The school teaches from Primary school through to Sixth Form.
Queen’s College Mallorca was founded in 1977. It caters for approximately 300 pupils ranging from 3 to 18 years, the majority of who are either British or Spanish.
The school is an inspected and approved member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS). The English national curriculum is followed leading to GCSE and GCE ‘A’ level examinations. Alongside the English curriculum, selected components of the official Spanish curriculum are offered to Spanish students and others capable of studying in both languages. This dual programme of studies is fully con-validated by the Spanish Ministry of Education for both foreign and Spanish students.
An easy-to-read guide of the school’s curriculum can be found here.
Facilities include 18 classrooms, science laboratory, library, computer room, multi-function hall, dining room and playground.
School fees range from 6,360 to 10,200 euros annually, and can be paid in monthly installments. For an overview of school fees visit the school’s website here.
Entry to the school is normally through school assessment and a satisfactory report from the pupil’s previous school. Preliminary enquiry forms for admissions can be found here.
Queen’s College Mallorca occupies an idyllic location overlooking the bay of Palma, near to woodland and Bellver Castle.
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