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  • Truly International

    With over 70 nationalities, we are a diverse and welcoming school which prepares students to succeed anywhere in the world

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  • Globally-Respected Curricula

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

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  • 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

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  • A Passion for Teaching

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

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

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  • 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

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Duke of Edinburgh PAJ

35 students from Grade 9 and 10 recently completed their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze level Practice Adventure Journey (PAJ).


During their 3-day, 2-night camping trip in Bustarviejo, our students learnt how to set up camp and plan a hiking route through the countryside. On the final day of this trip the students hiked in groups with remote supervision. This means they hiked without adults, but a team of qualified guides met the groups at specific checkpoints throughout the day.

Duke of Edinburgh Bronze level Practice Adventure Journey

By the end of the trip everyone agreed that although the PAJ was hard work, they had all learnt a lot, gained new experiences and most of all, had an enormous amount of fun with their friends. Everyone is now well trained and ready for the Qualifying Adventurous Journey (QAJ). Good job, everyone!

Duke of Edinburgh Bronze level Practice Adventure Journey Oct 19