Baleares International College in Sant Agusti, Palma is one of the oldest international schools on the island of Mallorca. We are part of the Orbital Education group, which ensures we provide high quality education and experiences for all. Our school community is diverse, and we have international students from all over the world, as well as from Spain.
At BIC, Sant Agustí, we celebrate each student’s achievements on an individual basis. The school’s family values are built on respect and consideration of one another in a productive, caring environment. We enable all students to reach their potential and by doing so, develop the skills and confidence needed for a fulfilling life.
Our dedicated teachers are all qualified, with British or equivalent professional teaching qualifications, and positively influence the success of the students, not just academically but in all areas of learning. We follow the National Curriculum of England with some adaptations being made due to our geographical location in Mallorca. Children usually start their journey at BIC at the age of 3 years old, and complete their primary education with us, up to the age of 11. During their education students will learn through the medium of English, as well as having Spanish lessons. As we live on an international island, they also study French and German, and have the option of Catalan.
BIC, Sant Agustí, has excellent facilities for Primary age children including large, brightly lit, and well-equipped classrooms as well as specialist facilities such as the library, music, reading, science, and art rooms. Information Technology is catered for using chromebooks throughout the school. There is a spacious dining room with food cooked on-site with views out to sea. We use the local Sports Centre for swimming lessons, have access to a local forest school and make good use of the nearby sailing club and beach.
We pride ourselves on being a small friendly school, where primary education is valued as the base on which all further learning is built. All students and staff know each other well, being one extended family.