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King’s Infant School, Chamartin

Founded in 1969, King’s College is the largest group of British schools in Spain, and the first to have had a full UK accreditation through the Independent Schools Inspectorate. 

King’s Infant School educates children from 3 to 6 years.  Conveniently located in the Chamartín area of central Madrid, the school offers purpose-built facilities for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 6 (Nursery to Year 2) and has a capacity of 200 pupils.

There are spacious, well-equipped classrooms, complete with independent bathrooms for the Nursery pupils, a library and computer room and a playground area with safety surfaces.
At the age of seven, at the end of National Curriculum Year 2, pupils from King’s Infant School automatically transfer to one of the Group’s sister-schools in Soto de Viñuelas or La Moraleja.

King’s College has high academic standards and excellent examination results and students go on to some of the world’s best universities, including Oxford, Cambridge and Yale, just to mention a few.

King's College: Member of HMC, COBIS, NABSS and BSA.




Practical information

King's Infant School,The British School of Madrid
Calle Prieto Ureña, 9 - 11 - Madrid 28016
Phone: +34 913 505 843

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