From the age of one.
No, our staff take care of the needs of our smallest children.
The school has its own on-site uniform shop.
Laude Fontenebro has a bilingual programme, which means that it offers a large part of teaching in English but follows the Spanish curriculum. This enables our children to acquire a high level of English without experiencing difficulties in being accepted at Spanish universities.
Laude Fontenebro belongs to the international British group ISP (International Schools Partnership).
Teaching is 100% in English at the ages of one and two. From the age of three, teaching is 60% in English.
Our children can choose a third language in Year 4 of Primary, either French or German. This continues until Year 4 of ESO. In the first year of Baccalaureate, your child can choose a third language as an optional subject.
No, the transport service is optional.
Yes, the meals are made in the school’s kitchen. Our menus are carefully prepared by a nutritionist with the aim of providing our children with a balanced and healthy diet.
Yes, please let us know if your child has allergies, intolerances or needs to follow a specific diet so that we can offer a menu adapted to their needs.
From the age of two.
Yes, the college offers a wide range of extracurricular activities after the school day from the age of four, as well as a transport service to take students home afterwards.
Children’s contact with new technologies is constant from the moment they enter our school. All the classrooms have a digital whiteboard and the use of technology is fully integrated into our school’s methodology in each subject. In Year 1 of Primary, we start teaching IT as a subject and programming is introduced. In Secondary, students have a classroom dedicated to programming, electronics and robotics.