The Lady Elizabeth School is a private school that is located in La Cumbre del Sol (Benitachell) in the province of Alicante near the cities of Dénia, Jávea, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm and Benissa. The school has wonderful views of the Mediterranean Sea and the climate is perfect for outdoor activities that in turn encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.
Our commitment is to instill in students of all ages the values and standards of urbanity that will distinguish them in the future. In order to carry out this learning, the Value of the Month is worked, where all the students participate in activities to reinforce the formation in values, such as: Respect, Honesty, Tolerance, Overcoming, etc. To reinforce this educational task, the cooperation of the family is fundamental to motivate and strengthen the same attitudes.
At the Lady Elizabeth Primary School we implant in the 2015 / 2016 year the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), which means that children learn by combining the academic and personal areas in a motivating and challenging way, developing knowledge, skills and understanding. necessary to confront the future with confidence.
As of Secondary, the British National Curriculum is taught at a high level in all areas. Its main attraction is the great variety of Curriculum, which is introduced in Key Stage 3 in addition to the preparation for GCSE exams, as well as those of AS and A Level. The results are excellent, allowing students to access universities in many countries and meet their expectations. In addition, both native and international students through the Progressive Incorporation Program to the Spanish Section (PIPSE) can obtain the Graduate in Spanish Compulsory Secondary Education along with the GCSE (corresponding to British Education).
We also have the Guidance Department, where teachers and professionals advise students about their future. In addition, in Year 10 we have the 'Work Experience' project at the end of the course where students perform work practices in companies or offices in different sectors. On the other hand, students who are not native to the English language, obtain an excellent level of English by studying this subject as a second language and examining themselves through Cambridge Examinations at the different levels from the First Certificate to Proficiency.