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Posted by Tareth
on 25 Apr 2016
We are hopefully moving to Madrid later this year. We have two girls, 8 and 6. I have been looking at Endaze international school and The English Montessori school, can anyone advise me on these two schools? Also what is Boadilla sel Monte like to live in? Or also Aravaca? Which is best for families and also for trains into the city? Thank you in advance.
Anonymous (not verified) on 3 May 2016
Maxwell School in Calle Serrano is amazing
Julia Stein on 26 Apr 2016
I heard very warm and exciting reviews of Endaze international school. I know that they stick to the British system of education so children would be able to enter universities not only in Spain, but in UK too
Cayley on 28 Apr 2016
Hi Tareth,

Madrid's extensive public transport system means you can get to any point in the city quickly and conveniently, and expat families will find an impressive number of private schools (with bilingual or full English curricula) in the city.

Read our guide to find out more about
areas and suburbs of Madrid, and options for
international schooling.

gingerly na on 23 Feb 2017
Take a look at the Scandinavian School of Madrid, they have both, a Swedish Section and an International Section, this one uses English as the language of instruction and follows the Cambridge Primary and Secondary Curriculum (with IGSCE & A Levels). They are located in "La Moraleja", a small and very familiar school with small sized classes.
Enirevlow24 on 3 Sep 2017
Hi. My daughter and I recently arrived in Madrid. How are the public schools in Madrid?