In the following we invite you to see in all the details the structure of the educational project of the British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia Group and all the stages they include, as well as the learning areas and exams specific to each stage.
The National British Curriculum is one of the most prestigious and advanced curriculums in the world. It was developed by the Educational Department in England and guarantees a unique and consistent standard in teaching methods.
"Since 1997 our school has provided education of unmatchable quality in
British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia take pride in their holistic educative system that reflects in their's students achievements, and here is a shortlist including just some of their performances in studying, inventions and sports.
The teachers are without doubt the ones that not only share
The British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia are constantly working to extend education beyond their classrooms. One of the core missions of their educational platform is to have "schools with pupils who are motivated, integrated and happy within the school environment" hence their services and
At British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia Group the canteen acts as recipe for the school to turn the dining room into an authentic educational classroom.
The daily menu promotes a rich, healthy and sustainable diet. All students, meaning 625 in British School Alzira, 300 in
British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia started 20 years ago with the clear aim of being much more than a school, offering a system that molds on the individual needs of their pupils and actively involves the parents. And it is on the relationship with
One of the main features that set apart the British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia is their family-run management. Furthermore, the family has a long history in education, and in the following we are going to unfold a part of this history.
The Management of the
Here at Spain Life exclusive we begin a series showcasing the best school organisations on Costa Blanca, namely the British schools of Alzira - Xàtiva and Gandia. Over the coming weeks we will be posting detailed information on all you need to know on this incredible
Here's something we often hear when deciding to up sticks and leave the UK for warmer climates, and in this case Spain. What the school's are like, and which are the best ones for my children? What you don't hear often however, is the answers - well not just one anyway,
On recent study based upon the study of maths, science and literary studies (in particular reading) it was shown that Spanish pupils from poorer families often underachieve academically compared to more financially privileged ones.
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reached this verdict after