The Lady Elizabeth Primary School is a Coeducational Day School for pupils from 1 – 11 years. (Pre Nursery to Year 6).
At the Primary School we aim to develop each child’s personal qualities, provide a sound foundation for the future; focusing on the individual, whilst nurturing the interests and talents of each child, and ensure that they move on to the Secondary School recognising themselves as lifelong learners.
The high quality of education offered at all levels of the Primary Department expands the fundamental skills required by each child. They learn to experiment with the new concepts introduced to them, while adopting a disciplined understanding of all the essential characteristics of the Primary Syllabus.
Specific emphasis is given to the development of the individual. High standards prevail. Pupils are nurtured in a caring manner to enable them to realise their full potential, both in their studies and in their future lives.
The Lady Elizabeth Secondary School is a Coeducational Day School for pupils from 11 – 18 years. (Year 7 to Year 13). We also offer a fantastic Boarding Facility for International and National students which is located a short distance from the School campus. Our Secondary Department enjoys impressive brand new state of the art facilities which were completed in September, 2018.
All students follow the British Curriculum strengthened by the opportunity to also study the Spanish Curriculum, (Lengua y Literatura, Valenciano and Cienicas Sociales, at Key Stage 3 and GCSE Level). At A Level students following the Spanish Curriculum are taught the following subjects in preparation for the ‘fase especifica’ examinations: Lengua Castellana y Literatura, Matemáticas, Geografía, Historia del Arte, Dibujo Técnico, Valenciano, Literatura Universal, Física y Biología.
The Lady Elizabeth Secondary School has developed enviable traditions in the fields of sport, music, speech, dance and drama. The School provides a wide range of extra-curricular activities and sporting competition is encouraged at all levels.
The staff are well qualified and enthusiastic with a low turnover which encourages stability. There is support for children with certain learning difficulties.
The School is an international community comprising of over 50 different nationalities.