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King’s Group: at the forefront of British Education Internationally

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About King’s Group

King's Group is a multi-faceted educational organisation comprising of International British schools, School Academies, Summer Courses, Training and Corporate Catering Services.

The company originated in Spain in 1969, when Sir Roger Fry, founded King's College, The British School of Madrid. Since then, King’s Group has grown into one of the largest and most respected educational institutions in the world. Not surprisingly, in 2012 Queen Elizabeth II gave its founder the title of Knight of the Realm for promoting British education internationally and enhancing cultural relations between Spain and the United Kingdom.

King’s Group operates a total of ten schools in the UK, Spain (Madrid, Alicante and Murcia), Germany, Latvia and Panama, provides corporate tuition through King’s Training, summer camps and language courses via King’s College International and catering services through Nexalia.

In February 2014, King’s Group became an Academy sponsor and established King’s Group Academies, a “multi academy trust” with a vision and passion for providing opportunities and success on a global stage for all students.

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Vision and Mission

King’s Group’s mission is to provide high quality British education that delivers a transformative learning experience to all our pupils. Engaging and effective teaching based on the Group’s core values and the best, most up-to-date UK educational practice enables young students to achieve their academic ambitions and lifetime careers. At the same time, King’s nurtures their individual talents and emphasises the importance of educating the whole child with attention to their physical, emotional and social development.

King’s Group is determined to make a positive difference to the future of pupils and their families, the careers of the staff, as well as contributing to the wider community.

“King’s Group has a long and distinguished history of educational leadership. British schools from as far away as Asia and Latin America look to King’s for inspiration and admire our expertise in all areas of education. Leadership is one of our real strengths. Our company vision and mission are not “beautiful dreams” but a very significant and positive reality that we can all build upon.” Sir Roger Fry CBE DLitt, chairman and founder, King’s Group

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King’s College Schools

Since 1969 the British schools that make up King’s College have provided children with a rigorous and broad British education. All the schools deliver the English National Curriculum with its focus on developing thoughtful and knowledgeable young people and have a reputation for academic excellence.



King’s College Saint Michaels, UK

Located in rural England, King’s College Saint Michaels offers pupils age 13-18 preparation for their GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education) and A Levels.

The school has a broad mix of pupils from different countries, all of whom recognise the importance of a British education in preparing them for later life.

The school also offers shorter courses, such as specialist English courses and dedicated classes for pupils who have finished their schooling in their home countries, but who require extra guidance to help secure university admission in the UK.

At King’s College Saint Michaels, we put great emphasis on the personal attention we offer each student. The classes are kept very small and each member of staff acts as a personal tutor to a small group, keeping parents informed of their child’s progress and supporting pupils in all their work areas.


King’s College, The British School of Madrid (Spain)

The largest school in the group is located in a leafy suburb, just 30 minutes from the center of Madrid. The school opened in 1978 and educates children between the ages of 20 months and 18 years. There are also boarding facilities for those pupils who come to study from around the world.

Educating over 1600 pupils at any one time, the College offers a truly international environment. The school facilities give pupils a huge range of sporting and arts activities. An equestrian centre, a 25-metre swimming pool and a floodlit football pitch are a few of the highlights for physical fitness and competitive team sports. There are also art studios, music rooms, a fully equipped auditorium and the best teaching associated with a top school.

Pupils from King’s College, Soto de Viñuelas, go on to some of the world’s most prestigious universities. Pupil success continues beyond higher education and many of our alumni enter into leading roles around the world in business, engineering and philanthropic ventures.

Tenbury House – A home at school

Opened in September 2011, Tenbury House provides state-of-the-art boarding facilities to 50 pupils from as far away as Bhutan and Kazakhstan. The international mix of boarders makes a wonderful contribution to the whole school community and allows children from all over the world to benefit from a British education in a friendly and caring home away from home.


King’s College School, La Moraleja (Madrid, Spain)

In 2007, King’s College School was founded in the popular La Moraleja suburb of Madrid. Only 15 minutes from the centre of Madrid, the school educates over 500 children from Nursery to Year 11 (ages 3 - 16).

Situated on 10,000 square metres of grounds, the school includes an Infants’ garden, various playgrounds, a floodlit multi-sports area and a multi-purpose school hall. There is also a library, a dedicated computer suite and, like all our schools, there are interactive whiteboards in every classroom.

A science laboratory inspires future doctors, vets and engineers and develops their experimentation and testing skills. A music department, with four practice rooms for individual or group tuition, offers pupils the opportunity to learn how to play musical instruments.

“King’s College pupils are intelligent, inquisitive individuals who challenge boundaries and seek out their aspirations through hands-on learning. We encourage pupils’ curiosity and imagination at every stage of school life, and provide important foundations so that they can go out and transform society,” Nigel Fossey, Headteacher.



King’s Infant School, Chamartin (Madrid, Spain)

King’s Infant School is close to Madrid city centre and catering for approximately 200 children aged 3 - 7 years old. The school’s teachers and staff nurture support and encourage very young pupils to become independent thinkers, ensuring that each child reaches their full potential both socially and academically.

Young children learn through exploration. Everything they do, from kicking a ball, to building with blocks and painting, is designed to help them understand their environment. They learn through action, allowing them to interpret the world around them.

The school has been especially designed with indoor and outdoor areas for pupils to explore. King’s Infant School developed a creative use of the outdoor space that allows children to play and explore in the fresh air, while also providing shelter from the rain and the hot summer sun.

A familiar face greets early year’s children at the school gate every day, so that we support them both in their learning and in building their self-confidence.

“King’s Infant School is a place where every day our pupils make huge steps on their learning journey and most importantly, have a wonderful time doing it,” Kirsty Sharp, Head teacher.


King’s College Alicante (Spain)

Located on Spain’s famous Costa Blanca, King’s College Alicante provides a British education to a dynamic international community. Some 15 per cent of families at the school are expatriates, all of whom are attracted by King’s reputation to provide a first-class British education.

Educating children aged 3-18, the school began as a parent co-operative in 2000 and established close links with King’s from the start, including the academic development and establishment of IGCSE courses. In September 2003, the school officially became part of King’s Group and now educates nearly 1000 pupils.

As with all King’s College schools, Alicante’s have excellent science laboratories, computer and ICT equipment, music rooms and performance halls, along with a wide variety of sports facilities and equipment. The school also offers a vast array of additional extra-curricular activities to tap into each child’s passions.

King’s Infant School Elche (Spain)

In September 2017, King’s Group will open an Infant School in Elche (province of Alicante). The school will offer a high quality education based on the British National Curriculum to just over 200 students from the age of 2 (Pre Nursery) to 7 years old (Year 2). At the end of Year 2, pupils will automatically gain a place at sister school King’s College Alicante, where they can continue their studies until Year 13 (age 18).


King’s College, Murcia

King’s College Murcia is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art school that currently educates more than 500 children aged from 18 months to 18 years old. The school first opened in 2008 as a partnership school, but was integrated fully into the Group in 2014.

The pupils have access to large, outdoor multi-purpose sports areas that include facilities for all major games, as well as a climbing wall to test our pupils’ physical abilities. The school library boasts an array of literature to support pupils’ educational needs and development, whilst the science laboratories offer access to equipment that you would expect from a top-class British school. The school also plays host to dedicated music rooms and an art gallery, to allow our pupils to extend their creative skills.

At present over 25 per cent of the pupils at the school are British-born and the fantastic reputation built in the surrounding international community, continues to attract many new families both from local and international communities.

King’s College, Panama


In an innovative partnership with the Panamanian Ministry of Education, King’s Group has established a truly British school in one of the most dynamic economies in the region.

As well as providing a world-class education to children in Panama, we also help train local teachers who work in state schools.

We renovated an existing building in the Clayton area of Panama City, ensuring it was suitable for the delivery of a top quality British education; we then staffed it with teachers recruited from the UK.

Our school has now been open for nearly five years and we are proud to offer pupils the opportunity to study a range of compulsory and optional IGCSE subjects. Over the next few years, the school will continue to grow. In September 2016 our Year 10 intake will allow pupils to start their studies towards IGCSEs and then A Level exams, before heading on to university in the UK, USA, Europe or Latin America.

King’s College, Latvia

King’s College Latvia opened its doors in September 2017 and is the first British school in the country. Sitting on a site occupying 20,000 m2 within the Saliena development in Riga, Latvia’s capital city, the school will offer the local and surrounding communities the opportunity to benefit from a quality British education, the hallmark of King’s College.

In the first year the school will operate as an Infant and Primary school. Starting with pupils age 3 (Nursery) to age 10 (Year 5). As the school grows it will eventually cater for pupils from Nursery to Year 13 (age 18).

The curriculum of the new school will allow pupils to study from a wide range of subjects, including those covering the Latvian Language, History and Geography. These studies will culminate in students undertaking IGCSE, AS and A Level examinations, which should prepare them to be able to enter the best universities in the world.

King’s College, Frankfurt

King’s College Frankfurt is located in northern Frankfurt in the residential town of Friedrichsdorf, approximately 20 kilometers from the city centre.

The school is designed to hold approximately 500 pupils and will eventually cater for children from the age of 2 years old (Pre-Nursery), through to 18 years old (Year 13). At the moment, due to its recent opening (August 2018), the school offers places to children between the ages of 2 years old (Pre-Nursery) and 10 years old (Year 5). As these pupils progress through their academic journey, the school will expand to cater for pupils up to 18 years old.

At King’s College our pupils study in the English curriculum, this is renowned globally as being the gold star of educational systems. Pupils learn through hands-on practical experiences that aim to enrich the whole child’s growth. A British education gives our alumni the best opportunities to work in challenging and interesting careers all over the world. We believe that the fundamental values that they learn while at King’s College will also help them to have happy and fulfilling family lives.

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King's College Saint Michaels UK

Oldwood Road, Tenbury Wells

Worcestershire, UK

WR15 8PH

T: +44 (0) 1584 811300

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King's College Soto de Vinuelas

Paseo de los Andes 35

Soto de Viñuelas

Madrid 28761

T: +34 918 034 800


King’s Infant School


Prieto Ureña

9 – 11

28016 Madrid

T: +34 913 505 843


King’s College School La Moraleja

Paseo de Alcobendas


28109 La Moraleja

T: +34 916 585 540


King's College Alicante

Glorieta del Reino Unido 5

Alicante 03008


T: +34 965 106 351


King's Infant School Elche

Calle Antonio Valero Agullo 7

03203 Elche


T: +34 965 508 254


King's College Murcia

Calle Pez Volador s/n

Urbanización La Torre Golf Resort

30709 Roldán


T: +34 968 032 500


While the school is under construction visit our offices located in:

Alberta Street 1-3ª



T: +371 257 59 043