Nexalia Services was initially created to provide onsite quality catering services & maintenance support to our flourishing British international schools: King’s College. Today, the organisation has expanded to also extend this offer of catering services to the wider marketplace, offering high-end corporate bespoke event catering.
Based in Spain’s capital city, Madrid, Nexalia’s philosophy is based on creativity, quality, tradition and close collaboration with all the professional staff involved in our processes. Our team of specialists works hand-in hand with our customers, to bring with them everything that is necessary to create the perfect event catering.
Nexalia Services is certified both in Quality and Environmental Management System (ISO 9001 & 14001), as well as having the strictest quality controls by having our own in-house logistics specialists.
"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
Founder of King's Group and Inspired Education Advisor
“We really pride ourselves on our business practices, which focus on the core values of a traditional British education: honesty, reliability, teamwork, integrity, excellence and a constant desire for self-improvement.”
Chief Executive Officer, King’s Group
“I joined King’s in 2012 in the position of Manager. The Group has enabled me to grow my professional career and develop a multitude of skills since joining, The Group supported me to grow the department substantially and now I lead a team of Marketing professionals with whom it’s a pleasure to work with every day. King’s is about people and I truly believe that it’s our people that make our Group so special.”
Marketing Director, King’s Group
My King's story
“With the help of the Sixth Form advisory team, who made the process of applying to university far less daunting and helped me take part in many extra-curricular activities around Madrid, the school has enabled me to develop my passion for Politics and to approach this subject, usually studied outside of the school curriculum, from different angles. The opportunities that King’s has provided me with have been determining factors in achieving my dream to study at Cambridge.”
Miranda, King's College Alumna
Went on to study at Cambridge University
“In all honesty, I believe that if I hadn’t attended King’s College saint Michaels, I wouldn’t have gotten accepted into Harvard. Everyone here was very supportive throughout the application process. My teachers and tutors have spent many hours with me writing my recommendation letter, filling forms, sending my grades and even speaking to the Harvard admissions office on the phone.”
Abdel, King’s College Alumno
Went on to study Physics under a full scholarship at Harvard University
“I want to thank King’s for giving me tools that now I know are fundamental in life. School life at King’s always felt like home, and they gave me the possibility to be where I am now. The most remarkable values I was taught were ‘honesty, faith and courage’ and King’s made me understand why this was so important”
Nicole, King’s College Alumna
Went on to study at Hanze University (Groningen)
“King’s gave me unparalleled advice - not only when it came to writing my personal statement, but also when it came to practising for my interviews with the dream of studying Vetinary Medicine at the University of Bristol. I will miss the feeling of being part of such a supportive, close-knit community, and being surrounded by so many different cultures”
Rosanna, King’s College Alumna
Went on to study at the University of Bristol
“Studying at King’s gave me the opportunity to choose between subjects and realise Economics is what I really want to major in. Without the dedication of all the outstanding teachers at King’s who always encouraged us to express our thoughts and discuss in class, it would not have been possible for me to sail through the process of applying for university and do so well in my A Levels.”
Marie, King’s College alumna
Went on to study Economics at the University of London