Endaze British International School

Address: Calle Barbero de Sevilla, 21, Roza-Martín, 28222 Majadahonda, Madrid
Website: www.endazeinternationalschool.com
Email: pr@endazeschool.com
Telephone: +34 91 579 0147
Gender: Co-educational
Teaching language: English
Ages: 3 to 18
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, Cambridge IGCSE and A-levels


Background

Endaze British International School is a private school that offers British education to students of all nationalities, following the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for students from 3 to 5 years old and the Cambridge International Curriculum throughout primary and secondary years.


What the school says

"We create an inclusive culture of learning that challenges children to expand their thinking, achieve to the best of their abilities and strive to become lifelong learners.

The school promotes certain core values among its students:

  • Respect for people and property

  • Honesty

  • Personal responsibility

  • Kindness

  • Politeness and consideration

  • Equality for all"


From the head teacher

“Each child is important to us so we have an inclusive approach that supports all of our students. We believe that learning goes hand in hand with happiness and motivation. As a result, you will discover that our school is a vibrant and busy place where you are never quite sure what lies around the next corner. It may be that the classroom has been transformed into a moonscape complete with shuttle and moon buggy, perhaps the children are enjoying making a meal from home-grown vegetables or you may stumble across children at Base Camp on Mount Everest.”  

Karen Brunt, Head Teacher


What the parents say

“We live in a society which is constantly evolving and revising approaches and obviously the same happens with education. Fortunately, there are issues that we can be sure about on a long-term basis: the great advantages of a full command of English and the contrasted success of the British teaching methodology.”

Year 5 Dad

“I feel happy in general, my child is happy and that is the most important issue. We are very pleased with the teaching staff and my child is learning quite a lot.”

Year 1 Mum


Further reading

►For more on schooling in the area, see Education and Schools in Madrid