King's College British School La Moraleja, Madrid

King's College La Moraleja British School

Basic Information

Location: La Moraleja, Madrid.

Age: 3 – 14 years old.

Student’s residence: Day school.

Curriculum: British curriculum.

More information

Language of instruction: English.

Other languages: Spanish, Chinese, German and French.

Extracurricular activities: Tennis, Judo, Chess, Creative Workshop, Ballet, Spanish Dancing, Chinese, German, French, Mind Fitness, Robotics, Skating, Football, Music.

Sports: Football (soccer), Judo, Dance, Skating.

Summer / Holiday camps: Yes.


King’s College School in La Moraleja is part of King’s Group, a prominent education organisation founded in 1969, which provides a high-quality British education to more than 8,000 students across the globe.

The school has a superb location in the affluent residential area of La Moraleja, situated on a hill overlooking Alcobendas (Madrid), with impressive views of the Guadarrama Mountains. The classrooms cater for more than 600 children between the ages of 3 and 16 (Nursery to
Year 11).

Like its sister schools King’s College School offers the English National Curriculum and is fully accredited by the Department for Education in the UK as “Excellent” in every category from the latest external school inspection report as a British School Overseas (BSO).

As a purpose-built school of stunning design, with outdoor areas and well-appointed classrooms, this is an inspiring place to learn. What is immediately apparent is the happy yet purposeful atmosphere of the school. Whether children are local or international, everyone is
made to feel welcome and newcomers make friends here very quickly.

About King’s Group

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019, King’s Group is one of the most prestigious educational institutions internationally, currently operating a total of 10 schools in the UK (Worcestershire), Spain (Madrid, Alicante, Murcia and Elche), Germany (Frankfurt), Latvia (Riga) and Panama (Panama City). The Group was founded in 1969 by Sir Roger Fry, knighted in 2012 by Queen Elizabeth II for promoting British education internationally.