The British System. Below, you are able to watch a series of very interesting videos about some of the main subjects offered at King’s College, using the British educational system. Our objectives are not simply to ensure that your child is bilingual in English and Spanish. A British education creates open-minded, creative and well-prepared individuals. Your child will learn from first-hand experience, not just text books. They will be encouraged to be creative in their thinking and they are expected to work hard every day.
≡ Science at King’s College
Experimentation and observation are at the heart of learning Science. Learning through experimentation is fundamental. At King’s, we have everything children need to learn by doing – whether using batteries and wires to create circuits in Primary school or working in one of the purpose-built laboratories in Secondary school to investigate bonding and intermolecular forces.
≡ Maths at King’s College
We believe that anyone can learn even the most complex mathematical concepts when they are taught in an exciting and engaging way. We know that parents want their children to be numerate and we take our role in this very seriously, to give children the tools to approach Maths in ways that inspire and encourage them.
≡ Music at King’s College
Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high-quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement.
≡ Art at King’s College
An integral part of a broad British education. Art is celebrated in many areas of school life at King’s College. The creative process of painting, drawing, modeling or designing; all of these activities have an important role to play in your child’s education and of course learning through practical, hands-on means.
≡ Sports and Team Play at King’s College
Traditionally sport and team play have been an important part of physical and mental development at British schools. Working hard towards a shared aim gives a sense of achievement. Being part of a team teaches children to understand tactics, cooperation and fair-play. We hope that children at King’s College learn to be chivalrous winners and gracious losers.