Primary School

In our Early years through to Key Stage 2 the Rafa Nadal International School provides a holistic approach to teaching. Our firm belief in education in the broadest possible sense is present in our way of teaching and learning. We provide our students with the highest academic standards teaching the British Curriculum and encourage them to develop the skills necessary to successfully meet the challenges when they progress into middle school.

Relationship with parents

At RNIS we very much welcome the contribution of our parents in helping to create together the community we envisage and work together to help each child reach their potential. The suggestions, comments and support of the parents are encouraged. To ensure an effective flow of information between the school and the parents, we have many channels of communication in place.

  • Welcome morning for the parents: At the beginning of each school year, we invite all parents to a presentation. Parents have the opportunity of meeting their child’s teachers and are given an outline of the year ahead
  • Parent-teacher meetings are held three times a year. Parents and teachers arrange appointments throughout the year.
  • RNIS also takes advantage of the latest technological developments to enable parents to access their child’s progress remotely as well as contacting the teachers directly on email.

Pastoral care

In RNIS, we do our best to safeguard and promote the welfare of our students in order to develop their full potential and to provide them with a safe and caring environment. We are very conscious that our pastoral care should be in line with our ethos, where respect should be shown to all; teacher to pupil, pupil to teacher as well as pupil to pupil and to the wider community. All our students have an assigned tutor whom they meet regularly to discuss academic and pastoral issues. Also, students in older grades will be mentoring younger students and newcomers, that way everyone feels welcome and supported.

Accreditations

Rafa Nadal International School is an authorized overseas school in Spain by the Government of the Balearics and the Ministry of Education and has a code centre number. In addition:

RNIS Primary is a fully authorised and accredited British school by National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS), the authorised inspectorate of the British Council in Spain. Only schools which have successfully passed an inspection by an authorised inspectorate are able to be accredited. British Council ensures that all of their authorised schools undergo the required inspections by Department for Education approved Inspectorates allowing them to provide guarantee to parents and Spanish authorities that British standards of quality are met. 

School life

At RNIS, we do our best to ensure each student is enthusiastic, encouraged and looked after both in the classroom and out of it. The school day is very full –  lessons, sports, hobbies, co-curricular activities, excursions, conferences, environmental issues, fundraising etc. At RNIS, something is going on all the time and all our students are involved in many different areas that keep them busy, make them happy and not least important having fun. We believe that happy students make for successful students.

At RNIS, there are cultural and educational trips organized throughout the school year. These trips are based on the topic being studied in lessons and reinforce their learning. The excursions vary with each year group and include trips to museums, farms, local industries, historical monuments, theatres and nature reserves.

Students have assemblies which allow the teacher the chance to not only give messages and announcements to all the students and record attendance but more importantly, follow individually on students’ progress and address pastoral duties so the student is cared for. In addition, various themes are addressed and vary throughout the year and include issues such as sharing, social responsibility, recycling, inclusion, bullying, etc. This assembly time forms an integral part of our pastoral care. Students may also have the opportunity to take turns to direct the assembly in a topic in which they have a special interest in. They may also show some of their work, present a short play or report back to the other grades on a recent excursion.

Primary Summer School

An exciting program, filled with fun activities, run by native teachers and set in a wonderful setting to create a very special immersive learning environment.

We will be running 5 weeks of Primary Summer School 28th June until 30th July for children aged 3 to 12 years old. Each week will stand alone as a week of theme-based activities. These are all designed so that the content and learnings change from week to week. Potential students can therefore choose to come for a week or for longer whilst maintaining their engagement and fulfillment.

  • Week 1 Pirates and Mermaids: Welcome to the world of treasure, pirate boats and parrots.
  • Week 2 Animals: Entering into the rainforest to get to know all about the animals who live there.
  • Week 3 Fairy Tale and Fantasy: From Snow White to Sleeping Beauty fantasy takes us to places unknown.
  • Week 4 Under the Sea: Diving deep into the world of the ocean bed, plant life, crustaceans and coral, discovering the world below the waves.
  • Week 5 Castles: Princes and princesses, dragons and knights, time to discover what lies behind the castle walls.

For further information please contact us or fill out this form.

 

At RNIS we very much welcome the contribution of our parents in helping to create together the community we envisage and work together to help each child reach their potential. The suggestions, comments and support of the parents are encouraged. To ensure an effective flow of information between the school and the parents, we have many channels of communication in place.

  • Welcome morning for the parents: At the beginning of each school year, we invite all parents to a presentation. Parents have the opportunity of meeting their child’s teachers and are given an outline of the year ahead
  • Parent-teacher meetings are held three times a year. Parents and teachers arrange appointments throughout the year.
  • RNIS also takes advantage of the latest technological developments to enable parents to access their child’s progress remotely as well as contacting the teachers directly on email.

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In RNIS, we do our best to safeguard and promote the welfare of our students in order to develop their full potential and to provide them with a safe and caring environment. We are very conscious that our pastoral care should be in line with our ethos, where respect should be shown to all; teacher to pupil, pupil to teacher as well as pupil to pupil and to the wider community. All our students have an assigned tutor whom they meet regularly to discuss academic and pastoral issues. Also, students in older grades will be mentoring younger students and newcomers, that way everyone feels welcome and supported.

Rafa Nadal International School is an authorized overseas school in Spain by the Government of the Balearics and the Ministry of Education and has a code centre number. In addition:

RNIS Primary is a fully authorised and accredited British school by National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS), the authorised inspectorate of the British Council in Spain. Only schools which have successfully passed an inspection by an authorised inspectorate are able to be accredited. British Council ensures that all of their authorised schools undergo the required inspections by Department for Education approved Inspectorates allowing them to provide guarantee to parents and Spanish authorities that British standards of quality are met. 

At RNIS, we do our best to ensure each student is enthusiastic, encouraged and looked after both in the classroom and out of it. The school day is very full –  lessons, sports, hobbies, co-curricular activities, excursions, conferences, environmental issues, fundraising etc. At RNIS, something is going on all the time and all our students are involved in many different areas that keep them busy, make them happy and not least important having fun. We believe that happy students make for successful students.

At RNIS, there are cultural and educational trips organized throughout the school year. These trips are based on the topic being studied in lessons and reinforce their learning. The excursions vary with each year group and include trips to museums, farms, local industries, historical monuments, theatres and nature reserves.

Students have assemblies which allow the teacher the chance to not only give messages and announcements to all the students and record attendance but more importantly, follow individually on students’ progress and address pastoral duties so the student is cared for. In addition, various themes are addressed and vary throughout the year and include issues such as sharing, social responsibility, recycling, inclusion, bullying, etc. This assembly time forms an integral part of our pastoral care. Students may also have the opportunity to take turns to direct the assembly in a topic in which they have a special interest in. They may also show some of their work, present a short play or report back to the other grades on a recent excursion.

An exciting program, filled with fun activities, run by native teachers and set in a wonderful setting to create a very special immersive learning environment.

We will be running 5 weeks of Primary Summer School 28th June until 30th July for children aged 3 to 12 years old. Each week will stand alone as a week of theme-based activities. These are all designed so that the content and learnings change from week to week. Potential students can therefore choose to come for a week or for longer whilst maintaining their engagement and fulfillment.

  • Week 1 Pirates and Mermaids: Welcome to the world of treasure, pirate boats and parrots.
  • Week 2 Animals: Entering into the rainforest to get to know all about the animals who live there.
  • Week 3 Fairy Tale and Fantasy: From Snow White to Sleeping Beauty fantasy takes us to places unknown.
  • Week 4 Under the Sea: Diving deep into the world of the ocean bed, plant life, crustaceans and coral, discovering the world below the waves.
  • Week 5 Castles: Princes and princesses, dragons and knights, time to discover what lies behind the castle walls.

For further information please contact us or fill out this form.

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