Achieving
excellence
where every
child matters
St. George Madrid

British School in Madrid

St George is a private British school, located in Madrid, with classes from 2 to 18 years old. We have students from more than 45 different nationalities who, from the first day, learn English with native teachers. For us, the most important thing is that each child reaches their own maximum potential and aims excellence so that they have all the tools they need to excel in the future. The last two years our students from 17 to 18 years old accomplish the IB Diploma program in English that would help them to access to Spanish or international university’s.

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A British International
Education

The students follow the English National Curriculum as if they were in a school in the U.K. We follow all the key principles of a British education, whilst taking advantage of the environment and culture around us. This multicultural atmosphere makes every student’s education unique as they also study the compulsory subjects of Spanish Lengua and Sociales on a daily basis.
The last two years we offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, in English.
Thanks to their thorough learning process, students can choose whether their university
leaving is going abroad or if they prefer to stay in Spain.

Native English Teachers

Our teachers are all qualified to teach the English National Curriculum as well the IB Diploma program. They are committed and dedicated professionals, enthusiastic about their subjects. They work tirelessly to support the students in developing their potential and are trained to provide an individualised educational programme. Our aim is to instil in the children a lifelong love of learning.

Academic Excellence

The academic standard of our school is high and there is a serious approach to study with a determination to get the best out of each student. We create the conditions for effective learning by insisting that all children follow clear codes of conduct, based on respect for fellow pupils, staff, property and the environment.

Getting The Best
Of Each Student

Every student is unique, has different strengths, passions and a different way of learning. That’s why it is so important for us to respect every individual, supporting them and helping to develop their maximum potential. Our children feel happy and secure in school and it is our priority to try and build each child’s confidence and self esteem. We create an environment where every individual child is important and we know that these principles are key element to build an outstanding school.

The Best Facilities

We are located on two and a half hectares in Madrid Norte N1; we have the best facilities with a 25-meter pool, sports areas, a soccer field, specialized classrooms for each educational stage, laboratories, music and art classrooms, playground area, library, kitchen and dining room.

The admission process is open throughout the year

The admissions process remains open all year. Due to the new circumstances, we will contact you through email, telephone or video conferencing and answer any questions you may have on your search for the best school for your children.

If you click on the following link you will be able to enter into our new facilities. You will see the spaciousness of the classrooms, their luminosity and the green spaces where children can play and learn.

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We look forward to meeting you!

News

This year’s International Baccalaureate graduating class just got their results and we wanted to praise them for all their efforts these past couple of years, you really surpassed all our expectations! Thanks to all our St. George Madrid staff and parents for their hard work and commitment in bringing our students through their #InternationalBaccalaureate Diplomas.…

In their last term of this school year, our Pre-Nursery class in St. George Madrid made the most of last season, working on spring-themed activities and crafts. Enjoying the warmer weather with a mix of educational tasks like a Carrot Garden where they practiced numbers, counting, shapes, used motor skills for the playdoh, and learned…

Year 5’s had their first Science Lab investigation were they learned how to separate materials. The objective given to these St. George Madrid primary students was to dissolve salt into the water and then separate the mixture by heating it with bunsen burners. The water evaporated, leaving behind salt crystals. Therefore learning that to make…

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