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The British School of Barcelona invites you to their Open Mornings in March and April

10th March 2016, Comments 0 comments

The British School of Barcelona is hosting two new Open Mornings on 17 March and 8 April for prospective parents. [Contributed by The British School of Barcelona]

Dates: 17 March and 8 April 2016

Venue: The British School of Barcelona
Calle Ginesta, 26.
08860 Castelldefels

Time: 10 am

The British School of BarcelonaThe British School of Barcelona, regarded as one of the best international schools in Spain, has announced two new Open Mornings on the 17 March and 8 April. The event will start at 10am and it is aimed at informing prospective parents of the school’s educational system and facilities, including five science laboratories, a theatre, a two-storey library, an indoor gymnasium, several outdoor sports grounds and the artificial turf pitch.

Once again, The British School of Barcelona invites families to learn about the ethos and history of the school, the British curriculum and the admissions process. The attendees will also experience the daily life of the students at the school by having a guided tour round the premises and talking to the Senior Leadership Team, the teachers and the students.

For those who are unable to attend on any of these dates, the school also offers year-round opportunities to make a personal appointment with the Admissions Officer to suit individual families.

Parents interested in attending on the 17 March or 8 April simply have to register their interest by completing this short form here.

About The British School of Barcelona

The British School of BarcelonaThe British School of Barcelona is one of the most important International schools in Spain. Founded over 50 years ago, The British School of Barcelona has grown into a model of excellence of teaching which embraces a holistic approach to children's learning and development.

The school is recognised and formally accredited by the British Government as an educational centre, which follows the National Curriculum for England, while qualifying students for the Spanish Certificate of Secondary Education (ESO) and the Spanish Baccalaureate (Bachillerato). At present, the school has students of 46 different nationalities who gain access to world-class universities (such as Oxford, Cambridge or The Imperial College of London) at the end of their studies.

The British School of Barcelona is part of Cognita, a world-leading independent schools group with 68 schools in the United Kingdom, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Spain, Chile and Brazil. The Group employs more than 4,600 teachers and professional staff for the care and education of over 30,000 pupils. Cognita has four additional schools in Spain, all of which are regarded among the best international schools in the country: International School of Barcelona, Hastings School in Madrid, El Limonar International School Murcia, and El Limonar International School Villamartín of Alicante.

For more information about The British School of Barcelona, visit: www.britishschoolbarcelona.com and www.cognitaschools.com.

For further information, contact:

Admissions Department
enquiries@bsb.edu.es
Tel: +34 93 707 95 98











Contributed by The British School of Barcelona
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