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King’s schools are “outstanding”


All three of the Madrid schools recently underwent official inspection and all three were branded "oustanding". 

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ISI

 

 

King's College, Soto de Viñuelas

“Pupils throughout the school are extremely well educated in line with the school’s aims. Pupils are successful beyond the classroom and in all their activities demonstrate a capacity for hard work and excellent attitudes to learning. The excellent progress made in English by the pupils is a notable feature of the school.”

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King's College School, La Moraleja

The ISI inspectors wrote: that our pupils “demonstrated a capacity for hard work and exemplary attitudes to learning”.

Headteacher, Dawn Akyurek commented: “Inspection week went very well indeed; the pupils were keen to answer the questions of the inspectors and were excited and proud to show the visitors their achievements. In return the inspectors commented that the pupils at KCS were ‘exceptional’. 

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King's Infant School, Chamartín

“The quality of the pupils' academic and other achievements is exceptional. The school fully meets its aims to provide a high quality British education that delivers a transformative learning experience for all its pupils. Their achievements are particularly noteworthy given that almost all do not speak English when they enter the school and, in line with Spanish admission requirements, around a third are in a year group above where they would be placed in an English school”.

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The British School of Panama

- BRITISH SCHOOL OF PANAMA, CLAYTON –

The British School of Panama is a part of King´s Group, one of the largest and most successful international school groups that deliver the National Curriculum of England and Wales. With over 40 years of experience, our schools create an environment that inspires pupils, giving them the confidence and enthusiasm to achieve the highest possible academic results.

The British School of Panama follows the English National Curriculum, taught by qualified and experienced British teachers. From September 2012 entry has been open to children from Nursery (aged 3) through to year 5 (aged 9 and 10). After the first year the children in Year 5 will move into Year 6 and in this way each year the school will grow to include older children, right up to IGCSEs and eventually A levels. The school, The British School of Panama, is located in Clayton, just 20 minutes from the centre of Panama City.

E-newsletter June 2014

In this issue

  • King’s College World Cup
  • Annual Fencing Competition
  • Celebration of Staff Achievement
  • End of Year Shows

And more

E-newsletter May 2014

In this issue

  • King’s has talent
  • Taekwondo Champions
  • Everybody Writes day

And more

E-newsletter April 2014

In this issue

  • Spanish Story Competition 
  • One Ball, One World
  • New Teacher 

And more

E-newsletter March 2014

In this issue

  • Nature Walk
  • Carnival
  • World Book Day 

And more

E-newsletter February 2014

In this issue

  • Summer Fair
  • The Panama Canal 

And more

E-newsletter January 2014

In this issue

  • World Record Painting
  • Pick up a Book 

And more

E-newsletter December 2013

In this issue

  • Parents Stop and Learn Morning
  • Christmas Concerts

And more

E-newsletter November 2013

In this issue

  • Meduca Graduation
  • Panama Day
  • Schools' Donation to Colon

And more

E-newsletter October 2013

In this issue

  • 2013 Harvest Festival Collection
  • Year 3 Science Fair
  • Teddy Bears Picnic and House Lunch

And more

E-newsletter September 2013

In this issue

  • Record Breaking Exam Results: King's College Madrid
  • Fantastic Year Ahead
  • Cleft Charity Update

And more

Meet the team

Click here to learn more about the British teachers that work at King's College, Panama.

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