British Education: the King’s Community
It takes a community
Parents are an important part of school life. As well as meeting teachers every term to discuss your child’s academic and social progress you will also be invited to a wide range of social events. These include concerts, plays, sports days, coffee mornings and fetes. Parents can meet one another, make new friends and talk to teachers. When your child starts at King’s College your whole family join the King’s College community.
Fetes and fun
The King’s College May Fair, which is held in Madrid, is the biggest event of the school year. The whole college is involved and parents help raise money for the school’s chosen charities. Games and competitions, the famous King’s College Tombola, food and drink from around the world, singing and dancing make the whole day very memorable.
Charity begins at home
We are proud of the effort that all of our schools dedicate to raising money for charities. Every year we raise thousands of Euros, Pounds and Dollars for various good causes. We are even more proud however, of the contribution that our pupils make once they have grown up. Whether through fundraising, voluntary work or individual projects, King’s College alumni continue to think of others and the wider world throughout their lives.