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How can I arrange a visit to Yago School?
  1. Fill out the contact form you can find on this website
  2. Call the School Office on 955 51 1234
  3. Write an email to the Head of Admissions at paz.romero@yagoschool.com

In all three cases you must provide the following information:

  1. Name and surnames of the student(s)
  2. Their date(s) of birth
  3. Course for which the student(s) wish to apply
  4. Name, telephone number and email of father and/or mother or legal guardian.
How can I apply for a place at Yago School?

Once you have had an interview with the Director of Admissions in person or by phone (in the case of parents residing abroad or outside the province of Seville) you can fill out an enrollment form that you will find in the Admissions section of this website.

If the child is joining Primary, Secondary or Baccalaureate, once said request has been received the school will contact you to do an interview and / or admission test with the student.

Once the tests are completed, the student will be informed of the admission criterion or not of the student in our school.

If you have made the decision and want to formalize the registration, you must deliver the documents listed below together with the registration fee.

What documents are necessary to formalize the registration?
  1. Enrolment, Medical and Payment forms.
  2. Rules and Regulations and Authorisation forms.
  3. Copy of parents’ / guardians’ N.I.E. or passport.
  4. Birth certificate.
  5. Copy of the last two academic year’s reports.
  6. Four passport-sized student’s photographs and one parents/guardians’ photographs.
  7. Copy of student’s vaccination record.
  8. Photocopy of Settlement Agreement and Divorce Sentence or the Provisional Measures Edict. (Ony in the event of separated or divorced parents or common Law partners who have ceased their cohabitation.)
  9. Payment of the enrolment fee.
What are the prices?

The Director of Admissions will provide the prices and economic conditions during your interview at the school.

Why choose Yago School?

There are many reasons to choose Yago School.

Those parents who are looking for the best bilingual private school in the Aljarafe area of Seville where their children can attain the best communicative standards in English and Chinese in an international setting; where diverse needsare served (gifted children and curricular adaptations); with a team of excellent teachers that attends pupils according to their individual needs; where the educative methods are at the forefront of the advances and methodologies that 21st century society demands, and special attention is given to new technologies, sport, art and music, will enroll their children in Yago School.

What innovative educational projects do you develop?
  • Bilingual-international project, providing two foreign languages as a necessary communication tool in the globalized world in which we live.
  • Drama and Public Speaking, Promotion of reading, and writing workshops, developing the maximum linguistic competence.
  • Teckman method helping to develop mathematical competence.
  • ICT Project: Yproject, applying technologies to the teaching-learning process, and developing technological competence including computer science, programming and robotics from Early Childhood Education.
  • “Ten months, Ten Values” Project, instilling the universal values of order, obedience, gratitude, solidarity, peace and joy, responsibility, friendship and companionship, effort, resilience and respect for the environment
  • “EcoYago” Project, making our pupils aware of the importance of taking care of the environment, using our orchard and promoting recycling.
  • “Do it Yourself” Project, promoting autonomy through the culture and practices of the teaching-learning process.
  • “We are all Musicians” Project, offering classes in musical theory and piano to all our pupils from 5 years.
Do you offer exchanges and stays abroad?
  • Yes, we offer stays of 1, 2 or 3 months at our sister school, Riddlesworth Hall, which belongs to the international CIEG chain. We also offer a two week stay at the end of the year at this wonderful school.
What is the school timetable?

The teaching schedule for all pupils is:

From 8:55 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. *On some days marked on the calendar and on Fridays in September and June the pupils leave at 3:00 p.m.

Morning club: from 7:30 to 8:30. Breakfast included

Evening club: from 17:00 p.m. to 18:00 p.m.

Extracurricular: from 17:15 p.m. to 18:15 p.m.

School office:

  • Hours during the academic year: from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Summer time: from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

School shop:

  • From Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and from 16:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from October to June. (Fridays will remain closed)
  • The days of September and June with school dismissal at 15:00 the shop hours are from 14:30 to 15:30 hours.
  • Shop hours in July, August and September: from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

We also have a uniform order service through email  uniforms@yagoschool.com

Do you have a psychopedagogical department?

Yes, we have a psycho-pedagogical department formed by a psychologist and a pedagogue. The department advises the teaching staff and attends to the diverse needs of our pupils, offering programs for gifted children, and curricular adaptations for pupils who need it.

Do you offer Catholic religion and prepare pupils to receive the First Communions?

We offer the possibility of studying Catholic Religion or Values to all pupils.

Those children who study Religion can also receive the courses of catechesis for First Communion and receive it in Primary 4 in the school itself.

Then they can continue with the Confirmation catechesis.

Do you have volunteer programs?

Yes, all Secondary pupils belong to a volunteer group that collaborates, through our foundation, The Yago Foundation, with different NGOs

What is the difference between a bilingual and a British school?

In Spain we call bilingual those schools that follow the Spanish system but which have a high percentage of the teaching load in English. However, most of them only offer between 6 and 10 hours of English lessons per week. In this sense, Yago School is considered a truly bilingual school since its pupils receive 70% of the load in English compared to 30% of Spanish, and English is the official communication language between employees and between teachers and pupils.

We should not confuse a bilingual school with a British one. The latter are those that follow the National British Curriculum, where the contents demanded by U.K. are studied, and the exams and certificates obtained are the official English ones.

Is Yago School a bilingual Spanish school?

Yago School is a school with a bilingual project which means that it has an important teaching load entirely in English and Chinese from 2 years, but following the Spanish curriculum. This allows the pupil to acquire a high level of English without having any problem accessing a Spanish university. We have also started the process to offer a double degree, Spanish and international American, so that our pupils can access any university in Spain, the United States or anywhere in the world.

Why is it interesting for the pupils to get an international degree in addition to the Spanish degree?

It teaches  children to study and to work like at university.

They are taught to investigate.

They are taught in a practical way.

It emphasises oral and written expression in Spanish and English.

The international system is complete, rigorous and balanced.

Pupils are required to participate in artistic, musical, sports and community service activities both inside and outside the school, which contributes to their all-round education.

What level of languages will be achieved when the pupil reaches the second year of Baccalaureate?

Yago School is strongly committed to bilingualism and our goal is that when pupils finish their second year of Baccalaureate speaking English fluently (level C1-C2) and Chinese to B1-B2 level.

At what age English is English introduced?
  • In classes of 0, 1 and 2 years 80% of classes are taught in English.
  • In classes of 3, 4 and 5 years old and in Primary 70% of classes are taught in English.
  • In Secondary, 65% of classes are taught in English.
At what age is the second foreign language introduced?

From 4 years old children have 2 hours of Chinese each week.

At what age does the teaching of new technologies begin?

From the moment a child enters our school their contact with new technologies is continuous, since all classes are equipped with interactive whiteboards, they use iPads and study robotics. From the age of 4 they have a ICT classes. In addition, from  Primary 5 each pupil works with an iPad in one-to-one mode.

At what age can my child enter?

We have two campuses:

Yago School Nursery with classrooms for children from 4 months to 2 years old.

Yago Senior School from Infant, for children aged 3, through Primary to Secondary. We will open the sixth form, Baccalaureate level in 2019-2020

Where can I get the uniform and books?

The school has a distribution service for uniforms and books in the school itself.

Does the school have its own kitchen?

Yes, the food is made in the kitchen of the school. Our menus are carefully planned by a team of nutritionists who provide our pupils with a balanced and healthy diet.

Is it possible to request adapted menus?

Yes, pupils with allergies, intolerances, diabetes, celiac disease or religious or cultural restrictions who must follow a specific diet, must provide a medical certificate and notify in School Office so that they can be offered a menu adapted to their needs.

When do children receive swimming lessons?

The school has an outdoor swimming pool and during the hot months, September-October and May-June, pupils from Primary 1 onwards receive two hours a week of swimming as part of P.E.

Are there extracurricular activities?

Yes, the school offers a wide range of after-school activities at lunchtime or from 17:15 p.m. to 18:15 p.m.

Is there a bus service after school?

No, buses leave school at 17:00. Parents will be responsible for picking up those pupils who attend extracurricular activities.