St George’s School Barcelona teaches the English national curriculum to pupils aged 2-16, and then offers the IB Diploma Programme as well as helping students convalidate studies with Catalan regional qualifications.
St George’s School Barcelona is fully authorised by the regional Catalan government and is a member of the prestigious National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS). Students to take regulated English curriculum exams, the IGCSE, and then the IB Diploma Programme in place of A Levels.
Throughout the school, main subjects are taught in English alongside obligatory subjects according to the Catalan regional education system – Castellano Spanish, Catalan and Humanities subjects in Spanish. Students can convalidate their studies with the regional system to obtain Spanish national qualifications for keystage 4 and keystage 5. See a comparison of the Spanish and English curriculums here.
A list of subjects for study during the IB Diploma Programme can be found here.
School fees start from 400 monthly (10 payments) for nursery-level pupils and rise to 1,309 for keystage 5 (ages 16-18). To see enrolment fees, inscription costs and school lunch fees see the school’s Fees page.
Until year 9, students are permitted to enrol at the school mid-year. The admissions process can be started by filling out an online form.
Read an interview here with Headteacher Sarah King
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Paseo de la Reina Elisenda de Montcada 18, 08034 Barcelona / +34 93 129 30 24 / email@example.com
I see there are many people interested in learning about St George British School which I am happy to share. My two children, 6 and 4, both attend. We are new to the school having just moved to Barcelona from the states this summer. Both children are doing very well at the school and really seem to enjoy it. They experience a perfect balance between academics and creative play while interacting with classmates from all over the world. I find the curriculum to be slightly ahead of what children in America are learning at this age, which is good! My six year old has one hour of Spanish every day and my four year old has one hour four times each week. I believe after Year One, my son will also have some Catalan teaching introduced. Although we do not plan to live in Barcelona permanently, it is nice he will gain some knowledge of the local language.
We chose St George School because they offered a very well rounded education that was consistent with American curriculum in an environment that feels like a family. While the school grounds are not enormous compared to BSB or ASB, my children have gained the confidence to feel at home there by recognizing the Head Master, many of the teachers and even the cooks in the kitchen! That to me was of higher priority than attending a school with fancy resources and a huge futbol field. ( Lauren)
Are they moving the facilities to another location? They’ve told me they are acquiring the facilities of a previous school near Reina Elisenda station.
It is best that you contact the school directly to ask this.