The Education Investor Awards are one of the most prestigious ceremonies in the sector, honouring education providers, suppliers, advisers and finance providers across 20 categories.
Last Wednesday 5th September, a ground-breaking ceremony was held to commemorate the start of the building works of King’s Academy at Pocket’s Copse, a new Primary school located in Bracknell Forest that will provide education for children from Reception to Year 6.
The Chief Executive Officer has been shortlisted for the prize, promoted by the website “Mujeres & Cía”, in the category of “Senior Management” along with 95 other candidates. After a first process of online voting, the winners will be chosen by a multidisciplinary jury, and the result will be announced on 24th October. Read the…Details
The recent A Level results achieved by King’s College students position the schools head to head with the top British independent schools
A ranking recently published by The Telegraph -based on data collated by the ISC (Independent Schools Council), shows that results achieved by King’s College students from Madrid, Alicante, Murcia and Worcestershire are as impressive as some of the best independent schools in the UK.
King’s College students obtain excellent (I)GCSE results and widely surpass the UK National Average in A* and A grades
While the UK national average indicators for A* grades is a 4,3% (according to the latest data released), the students from King’s College schools, based in Worcestershire, in the Spanish cities of Madrid, Alicante and Murcia, and in Panama’s capital city have considerably surpassed that figure, having reached an impressive 30,98%. Read the full press…Details
While the UK national average indicators for top grades have fallen to 8% this year (according to the latest data released), students from King’s College schools, based in Worcestershire and in the Spanish cities of Madrid, Alicante and Murcia, have considerably surpassed that figure.
King’s Group has been shortlisted for three Education Investor Awards, as announced today by the leading education magazine Education Investor Global. These awards, that are presented to organisations and individuals that have made an outstanding contribution to education in 2017-18, have been held for almost a decade with the aim to promote excellence and recognise…Details
On Tuesday 10th of July, the presentation ceremony of the first ever “Ignacio Echeverría” scholarship took place at the residence of the British Ambassador of Spain, Simon Manley. The scholarship, awarded by King’s College schools, was created in honour of the young Spaniard who lost his life in the London terror attacks on the 3rd…Details
Samantha Whay-Jenkins, Director of King’s Training Panama, awarded an MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Samantha Whay-Jenkins, Director of King’s Training Panama, has been awarded with an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for services to Education and to the Promotion of British Business.
King’s College Alicante becomes the first school outside the UK to achieve the prestigious SEND Inclusion Award
King’s College, The British School of Alicante has been presented the Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Inclusion Award (SENDIA), an internationally renowned accolade that distinguishes outstanding SEND provision in schools. This is the first time that a British school outside of the UK has received this award. The Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Inclusion Award…Details