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DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLES

A truely International Bilingual School

The school promotes the concept of teaching subjects and the national curricular contents through the media of Spanish and English  languages to be a truly International Bilingual School delivering high quality education with the highest moral standards taught by Spanish and fluent English speaking professionals.

What are the IGCSEs?

IGCSE = International General Certificate of Secondary Education
They are designed for children from 14 to 16 years old
Children who attain the level required and receive certification (from A* to G) are said to have the necessary knowledge and comprehension to enter university or for employment as recognised by all the world.

Where are they taken and why are they taken?

They are taken in over 100 countries in the world today, and in only 160 schools in Argentina administered by ESSARP. Students who achieve the certification can enter universities all over the world.
In Argentina the certification is recognised by all the major universities as the antrance requirements. 

Universities in the UK that accept IGCSEs

Grade C in IGCSE English (both First Launguage and Second Language) satisfies the English proficiency requirements of many universities in the UK and other anglophone countries.

The IGCSE English E2L is also accepted in other universities around the world. The list below includes only the UK universities that we have written statements from regarding their recognition of the qualification. However, the IGCSE E2L is recognised in many other institutions as proof of a student’s English competency.

The following universities have expressed their willingness to accept the above qualification at grades C or above as suitable proof of competency in English for the purposes of undergraduate study. (*Grade B or above only, ** Grade A or A* only)


UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN
UNIVERSITY OF ABERTAY DUNDEE
UNIVERSITY OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH
ASTON UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF WALES, BANGOR
UNIVERSITY OF BATH
BATH SPA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
BISHOP BURTON COLLEGE
BLACKBURN COLLEGE
BOLTON INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY
BRADFORD COLLEGE
BRETTON HALL
UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON
UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL
BRUNEL UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE
CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH & DRAMA
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CHICHESTER
CITY UNIVERSITY
CLEVELAND COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
COVENTRY UNIVERSITY
CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY
DARTINGTON COLLEGE OF ARTS
DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF DERBY
DONCASTER COLLEGE
DUDLEY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE
UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON
EDGEHILL COLLEGE OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION
EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF OSTEOPATHY
UNIVERSITY OF EXETER
FARNBOROUGH COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
FRANCISCAN INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTRE
UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE
GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE
GREENWICH UNIVERSITY
HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE
HERTFORD REGIONAL COLLEGE
HOLBORN COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD
UNIVERSITY OF HULL
UNIVERSITY OF KENT AT CANTERBURY
KIDDERMINSTER COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF WALES, LAMPETER
LANCASTER UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
LEEDS COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN
LEEDS METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER
UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL
LIVERPOOL HOPE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
LIVERPOOL INSTITUTE FOR PERFORMING ARTS
LIVERPOOL JOHN MOORES UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (UNIVERSITY OF LONDON)
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY
LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER*
MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF WALES, NEWPORT
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH LONDON
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE NORTHAMPTON
NORTHUMBERLAND COLLEGE
NORWICH CITY COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF PAISLEY
UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH
PLYMOUTH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH
QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY OF BELFAST
RAVENSBOURNE COLLEGE OF DESIGN AND COMMUNICATION
UNIVERSITY OF ROEHAMPTON
ROSE BRUFORD COLLEGE
ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
ROYAL WELSH COLLEGE OFMUSIC AND DRAMA
SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL AND AFRICAN STUDIES (S.O.A.S.)**
SCOTTISH AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY
ST. MARTIN'S COLLEGE
SOUTHAMPTON INSTITUTE
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
SOUTH DEVON COLLEGE
SPARSHOLT COLLEGE HAMPSHIRE
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL (UNIVERSITY OF LONDON)
UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE
SUFFOLK COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF SUNDERLAND
UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX*
UNIVERSITY OF WALES - SWANSEA
SWANSEA INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF TEESSIDE
THAMES VALLEY UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER
WELSH COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DRAMA
UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER
UNIVERSITY OF WEST OF ENGLAND, BRISTOL
WESTON COLLEGE
WIGAN AND LEIGH COLLEGE
WIMBLEDON SCHOOL OF ART
UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON
WRITTLE COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF YORK

Key performance indicators

From year 1 in primary (EP-1) our children are encouraged to communicate in the spoken form naturally.
We take this a step further in giving the children an objective in Primary. - We enhance their confidence in achieving an objective – The Trinty Level Oral Exam.
This not only builds confidence in using the target language but also gives the children the satisfaction of “Yes I have done it”
This helps to satisfy some of the requirements, for the successful acquisition of English as a second / foreign language.

Key Performance indicators-Secundary School 

From year 6 onwards students participate in optional Cambridge Exams alongside the optional Trinity Exams.

Cambridge Exams focus on the four skills communication, whereas Trinity Exams focus on verbal communication (and obviously decoding messages through listening skills.)

International General Certificate of Secundary Education courses start in ES-3 in selected subjects. These courses are two or 3 year courses in lenght depending on the subject, and are taken in ES-4, ES-5 and ES-6
Advanced level course start in ES5 for capable students who have the possibility to sit for AS and or A level in their final years at school.