• Truly International

    With over 60 nationalities, we are a diverse and welcoming school which prepares students to succeed anywhere in the world

    Primary school girls play with a skipping rope in the playground

  • Globally-Respected Curricula

    We are the only school in Madrid to offer all three International Baccalaureate Programmes in English

  • Learning to Love Learning

    We believe in helping a child to discover and pursue their passions, whether that’s in the classroom, on the pitch or on stage

  • A Passion for Teaching

    Our teachers are dedicated to delivering high-quality education, and to helping every child reach their potential

    ICS Madrid Head of Secondary with the Math Department

  • Join Our Community

    We are proud of our growing family of parents, teachers and socially-confident students. We’d love to welcome you too

  • A Vibrant Place to Be

    The school year is packed with activities and achievements. Celebrate them with us

    A secondary school pupil laughs as he plays volleyball outside

  • Tailored to Every Child

    Our students love coming to school. Get in touch with us and we can talk about how we can make your child’s school days special

    Grade 6 girls smile with puppets they have made in art class

Living In Madrid

Living in Madrid offers a wealth of things to do, places to see and people to connect with. Of all the places to be in Spain, living in Madrid offers amongst the best diversity of culture, nightlife, family activities and great ways to escape the city too.

Expats moving to Madrid will find a comfortable, vibrant, cosmopolitan capital city with deep Spanish roots but a very international flavour. The Moraleja area where our school is located attracts many different nationalities.

Getting Around Madrid

Getting from A to B in Madrid is quick and easy, especially in the city center. Public transport offers underground (which is called the “Metro” in Spain), over-ground, train and bus services.

The public transport website is useful for map, location, timetable information, making it a good option for newcomers to Madrid. It is also available in English.

Things to do when living in Madrid

Entertainment options are plenty in Madrid, and for all ages, too. For adults, there is a huge selection of great restaurants and nightlife, as well as large parks and outdoor events for the younger ones in the family.

In the suburb of La Moraleja, some good areas for restaurants include La Plaza de La Moraleja, where there are a number of casual and fine dining establishments. Diversia, conveniently located by the La Moraleja metro station, is also a good option. Here there are family-friendly restaurants and a game arcade, bowling alley and cinemas.

The cinema Cinesa Manoteras is a good option for English speakers as it offers many of its screening in English, the timetable of which you can see on their website

Shopping

For shopping, some of the most popular areas in Madrid include calle Fuencarral, which has a mix of international stores as well as smaller boutiques, calle de Serrano, where you can find a mix of big name brands and high street stores. There are also a number of shopping centers in Madrid’s suburbs, such as Plaza Norte 2 in San Sebastián de los Reyes, just minutes away from our school.

 

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