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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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    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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    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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Ramona Armangoo

Ramona in Queenstown, New Zealand

Grade 5 Teacher

Grade 5 Teacher

What places around the globe have a special meaning to you, and why?

Haifa, Israel - as it is the Bahá'i World Centre (my religion) & Auckland, New Zealand - as it's where I grew up and where all of my friends are.

Tell us about your proudest accomplishment.

Graduating university with a Bachelor of Education.

What are your hobbies?

Learning about different cultures, travelling, attending talks, planning events.

What is something that your students don’t know about you – but would impress them if they did?

I studied 4 different things before choosing to be a teacher. By studying a range of subjects, I have had the opportunity to meet a variety of people, put myself in different perspectives and develop invaluable skills. This has allowed me to connect practical skills in class to real-world situations, encourage and assist students to be proactive members in their community and explore virtues, such as empathy, determination and patience, with the students.