As part of our education ethos as a multicultural and multilingual School, we have taken advantage of such a special occasion as Halloween.
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Conscious of the need to teach our students about cyber security and some of the risks on the Internet, we once again, for the second year running, welcomed experts from KPMG.
The British Council School believes that Art is a key element in the creative development of our students. That´s why we encourage our pupils to build their practical skills.
Music has always been a differentiating factor for our School and for our students. And we want it to continue to be so.
We remain committed to the cultural traditions of British Sport.
Once again this year, motivated by the opportunity to learn through experience, 25 of our Y11 students and their teachers Matthew Brereton and Sean O´Donnell, visited Berlin.
With the academic year already underway, October is traditionally election month, when our Secondary students have to choose Head Students and Junior Head Students.
Andy Wright, professional storyteller, brought his own special brand of humour, magic and adventure to the School, when he visited Early Years this month.
Despite all the uncertainty generated by Brexit, a British education in Spain remains a strong academic reference point.
The School believes that School Trips are an essential part of a good educational model, showing students how to live together.