A very British Education
Since 1969 King's College has provided children with a rigorous and broad British education. Pupils from our schools go on to study at the best universities in the UK, Spain and North America. In 2011 and 2012 we have helped pupils win places at many excellent universities including: Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, London School of Economics, Manchester and St Andrews.
King’s Group has grown from the one school in Madrid, to three schools in Madrid as well as schools in Alicante and Murcia in the south of Spain. We also have an international boarding school, St Michael’s College in England.
All our schools deliver the English National Curriculum with its focus on developing thoughtful and knowledgeable young people. We know from experience that opening a new school depends on recruiting teachers with the skills and experience to turn the curriculum into dynamic lessons that ignite the imagination. This is how we deliver real knowledge and understanding to your child and develop the core skills that will serve them well in the future.
Though it may seem a long way off at the moment, one day the finger paints nursery school will turn into long nights of revision for A Levels. You want to give your child the best possible start in life. Going to school is a very big step for a small child and you need to feel at ease with your choice. We can say with confidence that we treat every child as an individual and that we will do everything we can to give them the best start possible in a fast changing world.
We believe that the child centred, exploratory learning teaches young people how to think, question and explore new ideas. All learning is based upon these core skills; not simply a list of memorised facts, but knowledge and understanding. We cannot promise you that your child will go to one of the world’s top universities, no one can. We can, however, give your son or daughter the best possible chance to reach their full potential, as a thinking, conscientious young person.
All of our schools are inspected on a regular basis by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), the UK’s authority for the inspection of independent, or private, schools. A new school must be established for at least two or three years before it can be inspected. Once the inspection has been successfully completed the school will be eligible to join the Council of British International Schools(COBIS). We know there are many parents in Panama who want a genuine, high quality British education. We are determined to deliver it.