Morna International College
Morna International College, a co-educational day school was founded in 1973 as Morna Valley School and enrolls students of some 15 nationalities. Well qualified teachers, mostly from the United Kingdom, work with small classes and the very favourable student: teacher ratio ensures a high degree of individual attention. High standards of work and behaviour are demanded at all times. However the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. There is no school uniform.
Morna International College opened its present site in September 2004. The grounds are south facing and wooded. The accommodation includes twenty classrooms, specialized rooms for, music, art, information technology and science, a dining room and a library.
The nursery has its own brand new premises. This comprises of 3 classrooms, a kitchen, a resource room and patios / gardens. The zone is fenced and secure. Children are admitted from 2 years old.
There are 35,000 m² of land comprising a multi purpose sports court (Tennis, Basketball, Football and a mini-basket) and an outdoor theatre of 1,150 m². The primary school has a play park designed for them by the staff.
The academic programme closely follows the National Curriculum (England & Wales). Secondary students are prepared for the International General Certificate of Education at the age of 16 and the General Certificate of Education, Advanced Level, at 18. These examinations are validated by the Local Examinations Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, England. The College is subject to regular inspection by British inspectors and the Spanish Ministry of Education. Secondary students receive specialist advice on career and university options.
The principal language of instruction is English, but a notable feature of the Morna programme is that all students study both Spanish and German at either foreign language or native langusge level. There is additional language and learning support for students who need it.
There is an increasing range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Both Primary and Secondary students have the opportunity to participate in annual theatre productions, to learn to play musical instruments and to work on such projects as the Yearbook.
Prospective parents are most welcome to visit the school.