Runnymede College first opened its doors as a private school in September, 1967 in Madrid, Spain. Its purpose was to provide British education for English-speaking students of all nationalities in the age range 3-18. The institution is inspected on a regular basis by British Inspectors whose Report to the British Council and the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture is the basis of the authorization given to the School.
Pupils at Runnymede College take the End of Key Stage Tests at the end of Years 2, 6 and 9, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education at the end of Year 11, and the Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced Level Examinations at the end of Years 12 and 13. Furthermore, Latin and two modern foreign languages – French and Spanish are taught, too. Into each pupil's week periods of Physical Education and sports are incorporated as well.
- Secondary Education
Primary or Secondary School
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Calle Salvia 30, La Moraleja, Madrid, Spain, 28109