We learn together

In this section of our website we would like to take you step by step through how we create great learning experiences that inspire, support and challenge us to be the best we can be.

British School of Vila-real teaches the British National Curriculum from 2 to 18 years old in combination with subjects from the Spanish curriculum, leading to a double qualification (British and Spanish). Within this framework, students learn with exposure to a wide range of realities and with greater personal involvement in today’s society, learning to be citizens of the world, capable of transferring what they know to unfamiliar situations, and interrelating diverse contexts.

Our students enjoy a unique learning environment, designed to meet their individual needs in order to enhance their personal strengths and provide the tools and support necessary for them to achieve the greatest success in both their academic and professional lives, reaching the highest levels imaginable.

«At BSV learning is a journey of discovery, where by being creative, taking risks, and making mistakes, we improve our knowledge, skills and understanding».

We understand that good learning develops the mind and we know that each step in learning is unique. Students, teachers and parents all understand the importance of improvement. Together we have created the message above which defines the mission of our school.

As part of the global education group, International Schools Partnership (ISP), with over 58,000 students in 62 schools in 17 countries, we share a common vision of learning:

“Learning is the cognitive effort we make when we acquire knowledge about something new, repeatedly exercising skills and developing our understanding through connections.”

Nuestra metodología

Our curriculum, following the British system, is based on:

  • A focus on developing skills and enhancing student learning for all students, giving them both the freedom to be creative and the support to achieve their full potential.
  • Complete English language immersion through the day to day teaching of lessons.
  • The creation of learning experiences. A focus on each student’s learning in a practical way to ensure that all our students understand the practical application of the content in the lessons.
  • Motivation and positive reinforcement are used to encourage student to want to complete their work ‘ Getting Better is what drives us’

Objective: to encourage students to be able to think for themselves, look for solutions to problems and to know how to respond to changes and different situations.