SEK International Schools offer a wide range of first-rate services:
HIGH-ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAMME (FACE-TO-FACE)
The Stellar programme encourages personal enrichment and development of high-achieving children and young people. The aim is to develop the student’s full potential alongside other children with similar capacities, without being separated from their peers.
More than 1,000 students have already undertaken this programme.
The students taking part in the programme are taken from public and private educational institutions.
Talnet Programme (Online)
The TALNET programme is aimed at Compulsory Secondary Education students. This programme of workshops addresses students’ socio-emotional and scientific-technical learning. Students are given personalised guidance and supervision.
This programme provides students’ the opportunity to take part in enriching joint activities with students from schools both in Spain and abroad and attending an annual meeting within the framework of the International Meetings for Young Talent.
Participating students come from public and private schools.
ADA Programme. High Learning Development (Online and Face-to-Face)
The ADA programme is aimed at Baccalaureate students. This programme is offered directly by Camilo José Cela University with the aim of disseminating future trends in science and technology. Specific workshops will be offered for students to sign up for according to their interests. The course features support from the educators on the Expert University Course in Intelligence Higher Capabilities and Neuropsychology. Free for SEK students.
Catering services are mandatory for all students in all levels of education.
The schools have its own kitchens (certified under the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Standard) ensuring food safety, quality and hygiene, incorporating a balanced diet and supervised by a nutrition specialist.
The schools’ dining halls offers adapted meals for students with allergies, food intolerances, coeliacs or other specific needs.
The dining halls are supervised by teachers to bolster the acquisition of healthy eating habits and table manners.
Families are provided with a list of meals every term and recommendations for evening meals.
Transport services, optional as of the age of three, are provided by the school’s own fleet of coaches, certified under ISO 9001 Quality Standards, and/or other school transportation providers hired to ensure the highest quality and safety standards.
The service is supervised by school teachers. All buses are equipped with seat belts.
In early September, parents who have requested this service will receive a transport card at their home, on which the route number, stop and pick-up time will be specified, as well as the drop-off place and time.
MEDICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICE
Each school has a medical service on call during the school day. The service is staffed by a doctor and nurse.
At the start of the school year, all students undergo a general medical check up. Each academic year children undergo specific check ups (eyesight and hearing, spinal alterations, tooth decay) and informative chats.
Furthermore, all students enjoy an insurance policy covering accidents, taken out with a leading insurance provider.
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND GUIDANCE SERVICE
It ensures the development of each student’s full potential through individualising the learning process.
Service to students, teachers and families.
School, vocational and family guidance, and care for high-achieving students.
SEK SCHOOL MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY
Optional private insurance whose aim is to guarantee academic, learning and complementary service continuity to our students until the end of their studies in our Centres, in case of the death of the insured.
The MUTUALIDAD SEK policy for SEK Schools covers school fees and activities, half-board, school transport, books and school materials, enrolment rights, medical insurance and psychotechnical services.
A communication channel allowing families and schools to share information of events occurring over the school day.