13 secondary school students are taking part in MUNDP 2021 this year dedicated to East Asia and Pacific

Model United Nations is a programme where young people can participate in an educational simulation of the United Nations and discuss ongoing political developments and diplomacy. Participants are assigned a country or non-governmental organisation (NGO) to represent in their committee, playing the role of a diplomat and thus participating as a delegate.  The conference took […]

A new edition of the ISP Virtual Buddy Exchange begins

Belonging to the International Schools Partnership has many advantages. This year our students can participate in the ISP Virtual Buddy Exchange Program, an eight-week international initiative that consists of weekly 45-minute video calls with other ISP students around the world and is designed for students between the ages of 12 and 17. The VBEP offers [...]

LAUDE Schools awarded ‘Best International Educational Project’ by La Razón Newspaper

LAUDE Schools was acknowledged as ‘Best International Educational Project’, when it was presented with the award granted by the La Razón newspaper as part of its well-known Corporate Excellence Awards.  The awards were hosted by Mr Carlos Rodríguez Braun and presented by the Regional Minister of Finance of the Madrid Region, Mr Javier Fernández-Lasquetty, during […]

Clara Molano, Year 13 student, among the 50 most outstanding pre-university students in Spain

Our student Clara Molano, student of year 13 has achieved one of the 50 places offered annually by the Programa Becas Europa. It is an initiative of the Francisco de Vitoria University and Banco Santander, through Santander Universities, which this year celebrates its fifteenth edition. The objective of Becas Europa is to promote the commitment […]

EUROPEAN CONNECT – UNIVERSITY OF SURREY

We continue to participate in international initiatives during the Distance Learning program organized by International Schools Partnership for its schools. Five students from Y10,11 and 12 have been successfully applied to be part of an initiative organised by the University of Surrey in the UK to participate in an initiative called European connect. This is […]

The four essential keys to reading success

  Learning to read is one of the most important skills children can learn. By Mrs Hoare, Year 1 teacher. 1. Phonemic awareness The ability to hear and manipulate the different sounds in words. Children develop phonemic awareness by learning about sounds (phonemes), syllables and words. We teach phonemic awareness using a sequential series of […]

Learning Through Play in EYFS

In EYFS children learn in a range of ways, covering the 7 areas of learning: Personal, Social and Emotional Development Communication and Language Physical Development Literacy Mathematical Development Understanding of the World Expressive Arts and Design Some of the learning is more formal due to the nature of what is being taught such as phonics, […]

Learning through topics in the Distance Learning

In Primary we have developed a topic-based approach to learning which links some subjects together to teach the skills and knowledge that underpin the whole curriculum. We use a number of different and progressive topics in each year group. These topics enable children to develop key skills and knowledge whilst covering all curriculum content in […]

The importance of PHSE subject in the distance learning

PSHE education (Personal, Social, Health Education and Economic education)  is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepared for life and work. This subject has an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils. During the distance learning period, teachers […]