No, we are a British school which follows the British education system.
No, every day the children have one hour of Spanish, according toSpanish law. They also have one hour a week of Spanish Culture from year 3 up and one hour a week of religion/values in Spanish from year 2up. The children are encouraged to speak in English in the school but are allowed to speak freely in Spanish in the playground
Yes, all qualifications can be converted and universities accept qualifications from all over the world. We offer both Spanish and British qualifications at 6th form level, including A-levels and Bachillerato
No, there is no need to speak English. We offer homework support for children in school and can support children who need extra help with their language skills. Many of our teachers are able to communicate in Spanish and if not we have translators available.
Yes, SABS is an all-inclusive school, children who come to us in primary with no English will receive extra support to help them obtain the level required.
No, the school does offer religion classes however we are non-denominational and there is no religious expectations on the children.We offer an alternative to religion classes of values
Yes, the community of Madrid offers help for parents with paying for nursery children aged 0-3 years old.Many companies also offer cheques to pay for child care up to the age of 3.
Children can join our pre-nursery from 1 year of age, and join any other year group subject to places
Your child must be accepted into a school, which corresponds to their age, year group or level. They can still attend or transfer to Spanish or other schools.
EYFS stands for Early Years Foundation stage, it includes all child development from birth to the end of reception. The EYFS curriculum describes how teachers should work with children and parents to support development and learning. The curriculum is developed by theDepartment for Education in the UK.