British School of Valencia
ABOUT British School of Valencia
The British School of Valencia (BSV) is a British teaching institution located in the centre of the city of Valencia, founded in 1992.
From the beginning it has sought to offer a distinct teaching model, basing its educational project on the two key pillars of respect and tolerance, where students continue their personal development during their time at school. In addition, it aims to ensure students’ consolidated learning in a foreign language from a very early age, responding to the growing demands of today’s society.
From its beginnings, the BSV has pursued a teaching strategy which strives to offer students an excellent academic background and a well-rounded education that will be useful to them in adult life. Based on the British education model, its teaching aims to strengthen the cultural ties between Britain and Spain, encouraging the integration of students and motivating and stimulating them at both an academic and personal level.
Pedro Luis García Santafé
Pedro Luis García Santafé has a degree in Chemical Sciences and a master's degree in Management and Educational Marketing.
Linked to education since 1995, prior to joining the British School of Valencia, he was part of the management of private educational centres in the city of Valencia. In 2003, he became a member of the management team in the area of academic development and technical direction.
At a Glance
- Ages Taught
- 2-18 yrs
- English National Curriculum, IGCSEs
- Main Language