The British School of Barcelona – A learning community with high expectations

June 29, 2022 | MumAbroad Life Video Channel

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

 

One of the most important questions in every parent’s mind is ‘which is the best British school in Barcelona for my children?’

 

The British School of Barcelona is a caring, learning community with high expectations.

 

Accredited as one of the best British schools in the world (BSO Inspection 2021), BSB is an educational journey for students from 3 to 18 years that takes place in four different campuses: BSB City Barcelona, BSB Castelldefels, BSB Sitges and BSB Nexus. BSB offers two curriculum options, British Curriculum and International Baccalaureate Diploma, each programme with a range of subjects students can choose from to best suit their interests.

 

Their curriculum also ensures that students can fulfil the requirements of the Spanish and Catalan Governments so that they can achieve the Spanish ESO and Bachillerato qualifications.

 

 

Who is Jonathan Locke?

Jonathan Locke who has been the Executive Principal of The British School of Barcelona since September 2018.

 

He was the former Head of Leventhorpe School, a High performing Teaching school in the UK. Jon has significant experience in leading school communities through change and innovation.

 

Jon’s leadership style is focused on encouraging staff and students to innovate and work collaboratively, making learning far more powerful and he is committed to the principle of educating the whole person through equality of opportunity and the meeting of individual needs, and believes that students work best when they feel valued.

 

BSB is based on 4 campuses (BSB Castelldefels, BSB Nexus and BSB Sitges and the new BSB City campus in the centre of Barcelona which opened in September 2021.

 

More Information

You can read more about The British School of Barcelona here.

 

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