The SEK boarding' programme is aimed at students between the ages of 10 and 18 who will
have the opportunity to: Improve their Spanish language skills, Become global citizens,
Satisfy their curiosity for discovering other cultures, Live and study with classmates of the same age, Enjoy an unforgettable experience that will stay with them for the rest of their lives
Course details Extension of stay: term, semester or full academic year.
Start of terms: September, January and April
Ages 12 to 18. Fees per term (2013-14): 6.200 E
Enrollment fee: 500 E
Fees include: Boarding school , School Fees, Laundry Service, Full board service, Sport, cultural and recreational activities, School Material, Monitoring of the student throughout the stay and academic reports, Transfer service available from/to airport
Whether students are studying for just one term or a full academic year, the opportunities that they gain from the experience of being part of our community will form an essential part of their educational development.
SPANISH CULTURE PROGRAMME: This programme includes Spanish language support, helping the student to improve their fluency in Spanish. Students are also prepared to ensure their success in official external Spanish language examinations, according to the level they have achieved.
Tailored Programme: Students can individually tailor their own programme, choosing subjects and courses that are the best match for their academic interests.
Transfer: a collection and transfer service is available from airports and main bus and train stations
There are alternate activities on Saturdays and Sundays for students enrolled on our (Monday to Sunday):
and now has more than 35 years proven experience in this area. It is aimed at:
Primary: Students aged 10 to 12 will complete the final years of Primary Education based on a bilingual model (50% Spanish, 50% English) and will combine their studies with the International Primary Years Programme
Secondary Education, students benefit from the:
The Middle Year Programme of the International Baccalaureate Organisation (12-16), they can study on a bilingual basis (50% Spanish, 50% English).
Baccalaureate (16-18) : the aim is to ensure our students are able to access the university education of their own choice, at either national of international universities.
Students who wish to do so can undertake pre-university studies, following the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
This teaches students acting techniques and they rehearse for stage adaptations or original productions.
In the music school, students begin to develop or improve their technical and performance skills on an instrument (violin, piano, cello, percussion)
This encourages students' creativity by producing art work using different techniques: oils, water colours, tempera, carving and modelling
This provides students with the techniques they need to read comprehensively and expressively, practising diction and comprehension techniques.
Students study and analyse the news, followed by commentary. They discuss the most important national and international news.
This encourages students to participate in carrying out tasks within the Residential Facilities or the School itself, or external activities with official organisations: UNICEF- Red Cross- Environment, etc.
Sports activities: When the school day is over, students can practise their favourite sports with specialist coaches in the school’s facilities or those of the SEK Club: some of the options available include swimming, tennis, golf and gym.
The curriculum is complemented by an extensive programme of activities:
Cultural activities. These include excursions and guided tours to museums, monuments and major Spanish cultural sites: the Prado Museum, Royal Palace, National Library, Toledo, Ávila, etc. Recreational activities, shows and leisure: Trips to the theatre, cinema, sports events, visit to the Madrid theme park, etc.