On to A Level 

Year 12 and Year 13

Access to the Sixth Form to study to General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (A Level) examinations in Year 13, is open to those students who have passed a required minimum of subjects at (I)GCSE with good grades.

Students choose three subjects which they study for two years. All pupils prepare for a Spanish qualification at an appropriate level, with most completing the A Level in Spanish in Year 13.

These include: 

Biology Art Biology Business French
ICT Chemistry Chemistry    
Maths Further Maths Economics    
Physics Geography English Lit    


  Maths Music    


Pupils choose 3 subjects, no more than one from each column.

Pupils choosing Further Maths also study Maths A Level.

Spanish for Native Speakers or Spanish for Non-native Speakers is studied by all pupils.


Success in the International Baccalaureate and A Level examinations gives access to university education worldwide


At King’s College both the International Baccalaureate and A levels pathways through the sixth form provide access to University worldwide. A specialist team of staff support pupils making applications to University in Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the USA and other countries. Many of our pupils successfully apply to elite universities across the globe. King’s College, The British School of Madrid, is justifiably proud of its consistently high pass rate in official examinations leading to an excellent record on University entry.