Anne Sullivan International School, Barcelona – A modern school with innovative methodology

June 10, 2022 | MumAbroad Life Video Channel

Are you relocating or thinking of relocating to Barcelona and have school age children?

One of the questions in every parent’s mind is ‘where can I find the best schooling for my children?’

The Anne Sullivan International School Barcelona opened its doors in 2018 with just 48 students, they now boast 200 students and have plans to expand the level of education they offer over the next three years.

Educating for the 21st century through innovative methodology, Anne Sullivan International School Barcelona, implements teaching methods that have proven successful in other countries.

They discover the talent of their students by providing them with skills that strengthen their self-confidence and responsibility, which enable them to follow their own motivations.

 

Who is Cormac Walsh?

Cormac Walsh, originally from Ireland, is an experienced communications coach, workshop facilitator and teacher trainer.

He is the founding partner of Educate to Communicate, a partnership that specifically focuses on communication in the world of education.

Cormac has been head of teacher recruitment and training at Anne Sullivan’s School in Barcelona since 2018 and in 2021 he also took on the position of Deputy Director.

 

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For more information about Anne Sullivan International School Barcelona, click here.

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