Morna International College
Morna International College is a private co-educational school located in a modern purpose-built 35000m2 campus on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza.
Delivering the UK National Curriculum to students aged from 3 to 18 years, the college encompasses 20 different nationalities and provides a truly international learning environment.
Academic rigour within our caring environment enables our students to realise their aspirations and achieve their full potential. Classrooms equipped with the latest technological advances in teaching along with our highly qualified and professional teaching staff provide excellent learning conditions.
It is therefore not surprising that the college achieves excellent results in the internationally recognised IGCSE and ‘A’ Level examinations. This has enabled our students to progress to top universities in England, the USA, Spain and Germany, opening multiple career pathways.
Being a ‘Morna Student’ is a very special experience in a very special place. We nurture unique young adults who are able to make a difference in the world.
Morna International College operates on the basis of the British Education System whilst satisfying the statutory demands placed by the ‘Minesterio de Educación’ in Spain. The British Education System comprises of four distinct stages before students have the option to progress to university.
Foundation Stage: This is a 2-year programme for children entering at 3 years of age focusing on personal, physical and creative development as well as language/communication and numerical development.
Primary: A 6-year programme (school years 1-6) comprising of a broad range of subjects including core areas of Literacy, Numeracy and Science complimented by foundation subjects of Art, Design Technology, Geography, History, Information Technology, Music, Physical Education and PSHE.
Secondary: A 5-year programme (school years 7-11) comprising of a similar range of subjects to that of Primary Education. The final two years of Secondary Education are spent completing 2-year ‘IGCSE’ programmes which lead to external examinations administered by the Cambridge University and Edexcel Examination Boards and carry international recognition.
6th Form: On completion of their Secondary Education, students progress to the General Certificate of Education (baccalaureate equivalent) which is a 2-year programme culminating in the external ‘A Level’ examinations once again administered by the Cambridge University and Edexcel Examination Boards.