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Life at King's


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06 SEPT 2021


First day of 1st Term

From PPN to Year 13


Soto Weekly

Issue 23

Another super busy week at King’s College Soto. This week you have the opportunity to meet the children of Nyumbani, one of ournfour school charities, click on the video on Mr.Crouch’s page to learn more. Primary had a week filled with interactive learning. Reception have been learning about plant growth, creating their own sunflowers. Year 2 pupils have been building boats during their science classes to learn which material would float best. Scroll to the Secondary page to see our students results in the UKMT Maths Challenge! Finally, this week we introduce King’s Artwork of the Week!


The Soto Weekly Issue 23 – Read it here

Soto Weekly

Issue 22

Welcome back to our 22nd issue of the Soto Weekly. Make sure to check out Mr.Crouch’s page for the very fist 6M «Quote of the Week»! This week Primary and Secondary collaborated together with Bomberos Ayudan, one of our four school charities, to give them all the blankets and warm clothes we collected as a school. A big thank you to everyone who donated! Scroll all the way to the Secondary page to find out more about our brand new Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee. 


The Soto Weekly Issue 22 – Read it here 

Soto Weekly

Issue 21

What a exciting week it has been at King’s Soto. Year 1 students enjoyed a special ‘Castle Day’ this week to ‘bring to life all that they have been learning about in their Topic work on castles. We believe that the best way to remember the details of a topic and for it to become locked in our memories is to emerge ourselves into the theme. Year 5 students have been learning about the layers of the atmosphere and annotated the features of each region, in their Ciencias Sociales classes. Finally, scroll to the secondary page to take a look at our Year 12 IB Visual Arts students enjoying an outdoor sketching activity!


The Soto Weekly Issue 21 – Read it here

The Soto Weekly

Issue 20

Another busy week at King’s Soto! This week we have been discussing the importance of distinguishing Equality from Equity, scroll to Mr. Crouch page to read all about it. Our Primary students have been learning through sensory activities, they even went on a «bear hunt»! Year 8 students have been teaching our Year 7 students all about emotional well being. Finally, click on the King’s College Band link to be a part of their warm up jam sesh!


The Soto Weekly Issue 20 – Read it here

The Soto Weekly

Issue 19

Welcome back everyone to yet another fantastic week at King’s Soto. Scroll to Mr. Crouch’s page to read and listen to some GEOG – Rap – hers, students were aksed to exlpain the concepts of urban decline and deprivation within a rap based on a soundtrack from Detroit ́s very own Eminem! Primary has been very busy too, as always. From dynamic learning with dinosours, to World Religion Week, students have had the opportunity to learn with fun engaging activities. Finally, this week we celebrated Holocoust Memorial day, our upper Secondary students had the opportunity to listen to Eve’s story, an Auschwitz survivor who shared her story with over 800 schools. 


The Soto Weely Issue 19 – Read it here

The Soto Weekly

Issue 18

It has been a busy week at King’s Soto. The Charity Committee started a new intiiative to collect warm clothes and blankets for the homeless people of Madrid. We will be collecting donations until the 12th of February. For more information, scroll to the Deputy Head’s page. This week in the Primary School we have been celebrating World Religions Week and have been learning about different religions. The purpose of the week was to promote inter-faith understanding and harmony, and to acknowledge the similarities that different faiths have. Scroll to the Secondary page to read on of Alya’s «Retire Richer» articles about the stock market. Finally, the Soto Cretive Crew has launched a new section by Andrea (7N), who will be releasing a chapter of her mystery book every week!


The Soto Weekly Issue 18 – Read it here

The Soto Weekly

Issue 17

Welcome back everyone! Our first week of the second term started off really snowy. Students and staff took the most creative fun pictures that represented how they dealt with the snow. Scroll to the middle section to see all our King’s College snow pictures. We have also dedicated a page to the Prize giving pictures from last term. Congratulations to all the winners! Finally, we will be introducing our nw staff members in pairs every week. Check out the Headmasters page to get to know our new teachers!


The Soto Weekly Issue 17 – Read it here

The Soto Weekly

Issue 16

Last week of term! As we prepared for our last week before the holidays, the Christmas spirit was all around us. Primary and Secondary worked together to deliver our Christmas boxes to one of our charities: Bomberos Ayudan. Our geography classrooms were filled with innovative projects created by our Year 9 students. They recently finished learning about the Anthropocene and had to design a piece of technology which could help to ‘return’ our planet to a more natural state and reverse some of the harm which humans have done. Our Year 8 Math classes were taken over by a very special visit from Enrique the air traffic controller! 


The Soto Weekly Issue 16 – Read it here


The Soto Weekly

Issue 15

As a tribute to the constitution, two of our King’s students read an extract from it this week, broadcasted live on local Spanish television! Watch the video on the Secondary school page.

Year 8 amazed us with their dance skills. They prepared a routine based on the work of Christopher Bruce, turly inspiring! Finally, scroll all the way down to our Soto Creative Crew page for riddles, stories, and suggestions from our students!


The Soto Weekly Issue 15 – Read it here



The Soto Weekly

Issue 14

This week has been full of beautiful initiatives organised by both staff and students. Click on the link in the first page to listen to our wonderful Kings College band playing some classic Christmas songs. We also started a fundraising initiative called Toliet Twinning, scroll to the Secondary section to read all about 7N’s special contributions! 


The Soto Weekly Issue 14 – Read it here


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Uniform Policy

Pupils are expected to wear the school uniform correctly and appropriately at all times, whether in school or travelling to or from the school.

All items can be purchased at the school shop.

The College has high standards for its pupils and they are expected to be smartly and appropriately dressed in the regulation school uniform at all times, including the journeys to and from school.

Basic expectations include:

• Clean navy blue or black leather shoes to be worn by all. Boots, booties, yacht shoes or trainers are not permitted.
• Boys’ trousers should be tailored, dark grey in colour and be made of wool, polyester or a wool/polyester mix. Cotton trousers of any type are not allowed, e.g. jeans, chinos etc. Girls’ skirts must be the official College design purchased from the School Shop.
• Girls must wear their skirts at an appropriate length. The term ‘appropriate’ assumes the skirt to be at, or close to, the knees in length. Members of staff are the sole judges of what is, and what is not, appropriate. They may wear navy blue tights or the official knee-length socks.
• During ‘Winter Uniform’ boys must wear a blue College tie done up to the neck with the shirt’s top button fastened. Boys’ shirts and girls’ blouses should be tucked into trousers or skirts respectively at all times.
• During ‘Winter Uniform’ all students must wear a school blazer at all times unless given permission by a member of staff to remove it.
• No coloured T-shirts or undergarments with coloured designs should be worn under the shirt or blouse.
• Jumpers must be navy blue, v-necked and have the school badge.
• Jewellery must be worn discretely. Earrings are not permitted for boys and in the case of girls, only one pair of simple studs is permitted. Necklaces, if worn, should not be visible and only one wrist bracelet is permitted. Makeup and nail polish, if worn, should be subtle and discrete.
• Hair should be natural in colour (the bleaching or dying of hair with bright colours is not permitted). Boys’ hair must be tidy and shorter than collar length; they may not wear beards, moustaches or sideburns.
• Pupils may only wear the College official sports kit for PE lessons and club activities. This can be purchased from the College Shop. Trainers must be predominantly white in colour.

School Shop

Opening Time

The school shop is open from Monday to Friday

During term time
9.00 am to 3.00 pm and from 4.00pm to 5.00pm

During school holidays
9.00 am to 3.00 pm

(Closed local and national holidays).

The shop can be found on the rear car park in front of Tenbury House boarding residence.


Gemma Pineda

Special appointments for international parents travelling from abroad, please send an email to:

Ana Vega:

King’s College Shop, La Moraleja


All the meals are prepared in our own facilities by our kitchen staff (Nexalia). The menus are designed by the Nutrition and Quality department to ensure that healthy and balanced meals are provided, following the principles of the Health Minister and the Spanish Agency of Nutrition and Food Safety (AECOSAN) according to NAOS strategy.