Endaze is designed for children between the ages of five and nineteen
by the University of Cambridge
by James Gregora
Photos: Endaze website
Located on the western outskirts of Madrid, in Majadahonda, just south of Las Rozas is the Endaze International School. The English-language school offers primary and secondary education, a British-based curriculum, foreign language courses in both German and Chinese, as well as Cambridge IGSCEs and A-level qualifications for secondary school students.
While the curriculum is broad and covers a wide range of subjects, it places particular emphasis on developing English, Mathematics and Science ability.This curriculum is designed for children between the ages of five and nineteen by the University of Cambridge.
Endaze also offers extensive afterschool programs, including, but not limited to, chess, dance, music, athletics, and yoga.
Graduates from Endaze have been admitted to universities the United Kingom, United States, Australia and New Zealand.
In addition to the Cambridge curriculum, Endaze also offers a preschool for children between the ages of three and five emphasizing early language and communication skills, physical development and social interaction.
There is also a summer program.
Anyone interested in guided tours or admissions information may contact the school at +34 915 790 147, Monday through Friday between 10 am and 5 pm, or visit their website at www.endazeinternationalschool.com.
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