Shaping the world

A global education for the 21st Century

The world is changing at an incredible pace. We must prepare our students for jobs that have not been created, for technologies that have not been invented and to solve problems that have not yet been anticipated. At Globeducate we are working on the future every day, continually striving to build the best education that will equip each of our students to shape the world. In each of our locations, in France, Spain, Italy, the UK, Portugal, Canada, India, Malaysia, Andorra and Qatar we offer each Globeducate student a well-rounded, innovative, multi-cultural and personalised education designed to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. Across our global network of schools we use targeted teaching methods, we commit to the professional development of teachers and we offer a rich variety of extra-curricular activity programmes ensuring each student has the opportunity to become a global citizen who can shape the world.

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Discovering and nurturing talent

At Globeducate we believe that 21st-century learning must prepare each student for a future that many of us don’t yet understand and cannot predict. To navigate such uncertainty, beyond their academic learning, each student must develop creativity, self-confidence and perseverance. We carefully design and create opportunities to ensure that each student discovers and develops his or her skills in a positive, nurturing and enriching learning environment. Our Globeducate schools are culturally and linguistically diverse, allowing us to cultivate a truly global approach to prepare our students for working within an international framework in the future. Our schools offer a wide range of extra-curricular activity programmes, Globeducate exchange programmes and competitions, conferences and workshops designed to develop our students’ inherent skills and abilities in a positive, focused and exciting learning environment.

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Agora Sant Cugat and Lledó Rank in Top 100 Schools in Spain

In the same year as marking milestone 30th and  21st anniversaries, Agora Sant Cugat International School in Barcelona has secured third place in El Mundo´s Top 100 Schools in Spain (Los 100 Mejores Colegios de España) and Ágora Lledó in Castellón has secured 81st place (tied 69th position). Agora Sant Cugat was awarded the same […]

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Globeducate Reading Challenge 2020

“Twenty minutes a day will set you on your way!” By reading just twenty minutes a day, when they reach the end of Primary School, students are more likely to score 90% better than their peers in tests; this is the statistic that formed the foundation of a global recommendation that children read for 20 […]

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TIPS Coimbatore launches inaugural ROBOTICA competition

The Indian Public School Coimbatore main campus hosted more than 250 students in 50 teams at TIPS Coimbatore earlier this month for the inaugural ROBOTICA championship 2020. A first of its kind in the city, The Indian Public School Coimbatore organised this inter-school Robotics championship for students on 1st February, welcoming more than 50 teams […]

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Hundreds descend on Bilbao for 8th Globeducate International Music Festival

St George´s English School of Bilbao, Spain, hosted the biggest children´s concert of the Basque country in Spain at the end of January, with more than 200 children participating from Globeducate schools all around Europe; from Rome and Florence in the East to London and Faro in the West. The event, Globeducate´s eighth International Music […]

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Shaping the world

“Areteia has given me the chance to dream, to be able to continue with a future which once seemed unclear. What Areteia does is provide pupils with opportunities. They enable you to dream and aspire to be more.”

Rocío

Former student at Colegio Areteia

“At Agora Portals pupils are not just names on a list, we all see that the teachers care about every one of us. Many of my classmates have different abilities or are involved in professional sports or music, and despite this, classes and exams are adapted to fit their needs without this being a problem, which shows that they want to get the very best out of us. The best thing about Agora Portals is how they motivate all pupils in every way.”

Macarena

Student at Agora Portals International School

“I like this school because every day when I arrive the teachers help me to have a good time, to learn and to have fun. I like how they teach us, patiently and nicely. I have a really good time with my friends, they let me play and they help me if I need it. I love this school!”

Noa Fortuny

3rd Primary pupil at Agora IS Barcelona

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