King’s College School, La Moraleja
|Address||Paseo de Alcobendas, 5, 28019 La Moraleja, Spain|
|Telephone Number||(+34) 913 505 843|
|Head of school||Junne Donnan|
|Number of pupils on roll||600 – 625|
King’s College School, La Moraleja Opened in 2007, this purpose-built school is located on an extensive plot of land in the residential area of La Moraleja, 15 kilometers from the centre of the city and overlooking Alcobendas and the Guadarrama mountains. The school currently houses over 570 pupils from the age of 3 to 16 years (Nursery to Year 11)
The modern on-site facilities include a library, ICT centre, science laboratory, music room, art studio, multi-purpose sports surface and gymnasium. All classrooms are also equipped with interactive whiteboards.
Once students finish Year 11 at King’s College School, La Moraleja, they will progress onto our sister school, King’s College Soto de Viñuelas to study their A Levels in preparation for University admission.
Curriculum follows the English National Curriculum leading to (I)GCSE examinations. There are Induction English Classes for children over the age of 7 who need to improve their English while gradually integrating into the mainstream of the school.
The school has a reputation for high academic standards and excellent examination results with students going on to top universities in Britain, USA and Spain amongst others. An Oxbridge preparatory group works with the most able students to prepare university applications. There is a very experienced Careers and University Entrance Advisory Department for all students.
In addition there are many opportunities outside of classroom for students to enrich their learning experiences. For example, through music and sports.
Above all, our school approach is guided by the values of King’s Group: honesty, faith and courage.
In 2019, King’s College schools became members of Inspired, a leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America, educating over 45,000 students across a global network of more than 64 schools.