The British School of Málaga
The British School of Málaga, founded in 2000, is a private British school catering for students from 3 to 18 years of age. It is the only British school in Málaga city and is a member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS).
The British School of Málaga was founded in September 2000 and is a member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS). It is an independent, secular, co-educational school for students from 3 to 18 years of age. The majority of the students are Spanish although they have students from more than 30 nationalities. Students study the British National Curriculum and the school is an authorised examination centre for Cambridge International, Edexcel Pearson and AQA Examination Boards. In addition, students supplement their studies with subjects from the Spanish Curriculum. Students are prepared for access to both British and Spanish Universities. The Spanish curriculum contributes towards UCAS points for entry into UK universities. The school is also fully authorised by the Andalusian Government and is inspected by their members.
Head: Fiona Lee-Allan
Ages Taught: 3-18 years
Curricula: British and supplementary studies from the Spanish curriculum
- Double Degree: British and Spanish
- Truly bilingual
- Strong support programmes
- Summer School
- European Youth Parliament
- Member of NABSS
- Authorised examination centre for Cambridge International, Edexcel Pearson and AQA
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