King’s College schools are the only schools in Madrid that are regularly inspected by the body ISI, which is accredited by the British government. In its last report for King’s College School, La Moraleja, the ISI highlights “the excellent progress made by pupils, particularly in English, as a key strength of the school”.
The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) report, released last week, highlights that the students “are successful beyond the classroom and in all their activities demonstrate a capacity for hard work and exemplary attitudes to learning” and emphasises the high quality of its teachers.
The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) is a body approved by the British Government for the purpose of inspecting schools in England and overseas. As such, ISI reports to the English Department for Education (DfE) in regards to the extent to which schools meet the relevant standards for British Schools Overseas (BSOs) and comply with the ISI Framework.
“As an experienced ISI inspector myself, I understand how difficult it is to achieve such a result, so I am very proud of our pupils and staff”, said Dawn Akyurek, Headteacher of King’s College School, La Moraleja
King’s College School, La Moraleja has been rated as “Excellent” in every category in the last inspection of the school by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI). The body, accredited by the British government, published its report last week and concluded that King’s College School La Moraleja “is extremely successful in fulfilling its aims to prepare pupils for their future and to help them to become proficient in the English language”.
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