The British Council School returns to the heart of Madrid this September with British Council Infant School, a new center opening its doors to students aged between 2 and 5.
Located in the neighborhood of El Viso in uptown Madrid, the new center maintains the same revolutionary and innovative characteristic spirit of the British Council School, where students follow the English National curriculum.
"We try to evolve and adapt to changing times", says Gillian Flaxman, Head of British Council School. "We are proud to present this new centre which complies with the philosophy of the British Council School, making sure that everything is in place to make children feel at home."
Our new facilities
The new British Council Infants has modern classrooms created with different areas of work in mind, where children can develop their mental and physical abilities while learning through games and activities inside and outside of the classroom.
The British Council School, which celebrates its 75th year in Spain, is an institution based in innovation has led to international recognition of excellence in British and Spanish education. We continue to adapt our plans to the needs of students and society and this is why we have decided to open the British Council Infants in a new location in the center of Madrid for those parents who are looking for the best education for their children while keeping close ties with the institution. Effort and creativity complement the foundations of our teaching methods which promote continued personal development.