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Charity Fashion Show

On 12th April, our Sixth-Formers helped to organise a brilliant charity evening of fashion and music. Thanks to our audience, we managed to raise 330 euros for our four school charities. Well done to our prefects and the Year 12 and Year 13 students who participated and made it such a memorable evening!




May Fair Cheque Presentation

On 1st March, Mr Taylor and Mrs Parkinson helped to present the official cheques raised from Mayfair 2017 to our wonderful partner charities: Bomberos Ayudan, Amigos de Nyumbani, APAMA Alcobendas and Juegaterapia. 
A huge thank you to all pupils, family and staff from our school, King's College School, La Moraleja and King's Infant School Chamartin, who helped to raise the funds! 
We're sure that this money will go a long way to helping these charities achieve their respective missions.




King’s College schools, ranked among the top international schools in Spain by EL MUNDO newspaper

King’s College schools of Madrid, Alicante and Murcia have been recognised among the best international schools in Spain by the RANKING DE LOS 100 MEJORES COLEGIOS, a highly respected publication that the Spanish newspaper EL MUNDO has issued every year since 1999.

While King’s College Madrid and King’s College Alicante have been consistently recognised in this ranking in the past, this is the first time King’s College Murcia has also been cited. This is due to the fact that this year the school in Murcia has reached its 10th anniversary and thus, has been able to apply for consideration in the Ranking.

You can read the full press release here.

You can also access the full ranking by clicking here.





Trips Week February 2018

Last week, we were lucky enough to take some of our students on several trips around the world.
 
Secondary students were able to visit exciting locations around Europe and beyond as part of the school’s Trips and Enrichment week.
 
Our sports enthusiasts went on a Ski Trip to Astún in the Pyrenees; while we also conducted a Trekking trip to Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains. Elsehwere, there were two separate trips to Italy for our Italian and Geography students, who enjoyed making pizza, as well as visiting Pompeii and Sorrento.
 
There was also a trip to London and a Music trip to Vienna, where pupils got the chance to visit Mozart’s house and Beethoven’s grave.
 
Thank you to all the teachers that led these trips, and to all the students and parents who supported each trip so enthusiastically.