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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 (SENDIA) provides a framework for recognising outstanding SEND provision in schools. It helps schools establish their strengths and weaknesses in terms of SEND provision and prioritise areas for further improvement and development.

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Secondary Prize Giving

We enjoyed a fantastic prize giving ceremony on the evening of the 15th of June.
We are very proud of the achievements of our pupils and also of their humility and support for each other. Thank you very much to the European Union Intellectual Property Office in Alicante for hosting us in your amazing auditorium.

Year 13 Graduation Ceremony

On Friday 25th May, our Year 13 leavers enjoyed their Graduation Ceremony. It was a lovely evening in a picturesque location that marked a fitting end to their time at the school. We are incredibly proud of these students and we wish them all the best in the future!

Secondary Art Exhibition

On the 3rd and 4th May some of our artists in Secondary were lucky enough to have their art works exhibited in the Centro Municipal de las Artes in Alicante! It was great to see our talented pupils’ work displayed in such a lovely gallery.

Art Exhibition

Secondary students between the ages of 12 and 18 years from King’s College, The British School of Alicante will display their artistic pieces that they have been working on throughout the academic year. The exhibition will be open on the 3rd and 4th of May in the Centro Municipal de las Artes and will include all kinds of art work, from canvas and watercolours, to comics and photography.

Read the full press release here.

6th Form Committee

Our new Sixth Form Committee will meet for the first time this week as they start the very important tasks of preparing for both the Hallowe’en Disco and the pupils’ Christmas Fair.  Congratulations to the following on their appointment to the committee:  Maria-Luiza (Head Girl), Lucas (Head Boy), Paula  (Deputy Head Girl), Erik  (Deputy Head…


Y12/13 Teambuilding

On Wednesday 20th September Year 12 and 13 participated in some team building activities to help them get to know each other better.  Miss Vila talked them through a series of challenges, mostly involving balloons and string, and there was much laughter to be had.  There is no doubt that barriers were broken down and…


Induction Day

For the second consecutive year we welcomed our Year 7 and Year 12 pupils back a day earlier than the rest of the student body so their academic year began on Friday 1st September.  It was a great opportunity for Year 7 to feel their feet and get their bearings without many other pupils in…


Coffee Morning for New Parents

We welcomed all new parents to both the Primary and Secondary schools to a coffee morning on Thursday 24th August.  Parents excitedly arrived to meet their children’s new year group leaders and to discuss the year ahead.   Please remember if you have any questions or concerns your child’s form tutor or year leader are best…


Geography trip to Benidorm

Year 9 students today embarked on a “fieldwork trip” to Benidorm as part of their Geography course, to find out to what extent tourism is having a positive or negative impact on Benidorm. They spent the morning doing tasks such as environmental surveys to tourists, vehicle and pedestrian counting, and enjoying the very hot weather.…