Coruña British School is a private and secular school, located in the surroundings of A Zapateira, with magnificent views over the city and the sea. Founded in 2005, it is the first British school in A Coruña and a sister school to O Castro British School Vigo, the only British school in Galicia to teach all educational stages. We follow the National Curriculum of the United Kingdom. With English as the language of instruction, our curriculum is specially designed to meet the individual needs of each child.
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Spanish, English, Galician and French
in house produced
and summer programmes
to promote international mindedness
to strenghthen and value our educational community
British education is globally known and respected for its quality and the prestige of its curriculum. At Coruña British School we follow the National Curriculum of England, which is designed to meet the individual needs of every student. We motivate and encourage students to identify and empower their own talents. We have a goal: that our students never lose the desire to learn.
Coruña British School, the first British school in A Coruña, offers an international and comprehensive educational project. Its curriculum includes the National Curriculum of England and the Spanish curriculum and it is recognised by the British Council, through its accreditation by NABSS (Association of British Schools in Spain) and homologated by the Xunta de Galicia.
As a Globeducate school we are committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030. Children entering education today will graduate as young adults in 2035: we must prepare them for jobs and technologies that do not exist today, to solve problems that have not yet been foreseen. We must encourage our students to take charge and shape their own future: we want them to be global citizens capable of changing the world.