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Children

You will find many English schools in Madrid offering British, American, or International curriculums. Do not hesitate to make an appointment with them and to take your children to visit the place before making up your mind.

Most children eat lunch at school. Depending on the school, your child will be authorised to bring his/her own food from home or will have to eat at the cafeteria. Most of the schools use the lunch break to organise extra activities.

Many schools say that they are member of the NABSS. What does this mean? “NABSS” is the National Association of British Schools in Spain. This means that the schools closely follow British Ministry guidelines, enjoy regular quality inspection to ensure that they meet the highest standards of British education, etc.