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The National British Curriculum: the Base of the Educational Project of British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia

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

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 the area, explains Philip Rolt, Head Teacher at the British Schools. Our motto Vision of the Future / Future Talents is at the centre of all we do: we recognize that schools are the driving force that motivates young ones to be high achievers in life after their schooling. We know each pupil personally and individualize their educational experience in order for them to achieve their full potential.”

 

Complete Language Immersion

The educational project of the British Schools summarizes the National British Curriculum it in a few points. The first one would be the complete language immersion from Pre-Nursery to Year 13 (2 to 18 years of age): “From Foundation to Secondary (from 3 to 16 years old), 80% of classes are imparted in English and 20% in Spanish, including the subject areas of Spanish literature and language. We only use qualified, experienced teachers from the United Kingdom, and we are proud to verify that we attract the highest standard in professional teaching staff, further adds Philip Rolt. As a British school in Spain, we promote both the British and Spanish cultures, ensuring that our pupils are well prepared to take their position in a multicultural world.”

 

Personal and Individualized Education

The continuous supervision and curricular adaptation of the educational programme to each pupil’s needs helps assist each student on their way to develop, grow, learn, understand, refine their skills and pursue their future dreams and take their position in a multicultural world.

 

 

Curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities

British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia have created a comprehensive education system which covers learning in all curricular and extra-curricular subject areas designed for artistic and physical development: judo, ballet, tennis, violin, foreign languages etc.

 

Values

The educational project of British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia is based on values that are reflected in our pupil’s behaviour and attitude. Head Teacher Philip Rolt further states: “We not only offer our pupils a good educational foundation (from 2 to 18 years of age), but also prepare them for life outside of school. Our pupils graduate as young adults, with a strong academic foundation, well-defined social values, confidence and self-awareness. After graduating, they gain access to the most prestigious Spanish universities, and state-of-the-art universities in the United Kingdom and the USA.”

 

The Relationship with the Parents

The continuous contact with our pupils’ parents, informing them of all aspects relevant to their child’s education, is one of the most important aspects of the system of the British Schools, who are constantly working together with parents and professionals in order to offer the best education available in the Valencian region.


British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia Group constantly prove themselves to be one of the most successful models of education, and here at Spain Life exclusive we inform our readers on weekly basis on the philosophy and core values of the Group, and on their educative project, the facilities of the schools and the latest events.

For more details on British Schools Alzira, Xàtiva and Gandia, check their website colegiosbritanicos.com

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