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The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is an educational organisation set up in 1068, Switzerland. The IB offers four Programmes of study revolving around teaching students to think both critically and independently and to be inquiring, generous and logical thinkers.

Alegra is an IB World School, authorised School to deliver the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP).

The IB is a highly respected programme of international education that develops the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills needed to live, learn and work in a rapidly changing global environment. The primary main objective is to educate future young leaders who are generous, well informed and eager for knowledge; whilst being capable of contributing to the creation of a better and more peaceful world; following a framework of mutual understanding and intellectual respect.

Statement of principles: Our aim as an international school is to educate people of integrity who are citizens of the world and agents of real change in society.

IB Philosophy at Alegra

Internationally minded students

In addition to language learning, at Alegra we promote a global perspective where respect, knowledge of other cultures and openness to the problems of the world are present in learning. In all subjects, we encourage understanding from other points of view, responsibility and empathy for our environment and the world.

The student is takes the lead for her own learning

At Alegra, students are encouraged. They are able to take responsibility for their own learning and are exposed to a wide range of try different approaches.

We help our students to ask challenging questions, to think critically and to develop research skills which are proven to help them in higher education. We encourage our students to be active in their communities and to take their learning beyond academic study.

Subjects delivery through a cross-curricular approach

At Alegra, we go to great lengths to deliver subjects with a cross-curricular approach;working in a project based way, integrating different subjects to widen the scope of the ground knowledge and to stimulate that students acquire reasoning and resolving skils.

Innovative and Collaborative Learning

Beginning in the Prep School, our students are accustomed to working collaboratively. This is further enhanced in Secondary with opportunities for dynamic teamwork and the use of cutting-edge facilities and technology.

A Cross-Curricular Approach

At Alegra, we go from strength to strength to provide project-based learning opportunities with a cross-curricular approach.

Essential Language Learning

We deliver a comprehensive English programme is designed to support and encourage optimum learning outcomes of fluency and understanding. Our students are encouraged to take Cambridge Examinations and International English Language Testing System (IELTS), alongside Spanish Language and Literature - supplemented with French or German.

As an International School, we understand the importance of every students being able to communicate effectively in the globalised world we live in,

Character-Building: Openness and Solidarity

At Alegra, we place great emphasis on the human and spiritual formation of every student. Our students are supported to be respectful, responsible and caring individuals in the community. In all their time at School, both inside and outside of the classroom, our students are encouraged to put virtues into practice:generosity, fortitude in overcoming difficulties, laboriousness and, above all, an attitude of service to others. The School actively supports and participates in a range of different types of voluntary work, not only amongst students but also amongst our families and the wider educational community,

The IB learner profile

At Alegra, MYP and DP students strive every day to improve in these attributes of all IB students:


We develop our curiosity at the same time we develop inquiry and research skills. We know how to learn autonomously and with others. We learn enthusiastically and keep this passion throughout their lives.


We grow and use our conceptual comprehension through exploration of knowledge in a range of disciplines. We are committed with ideas and matters of local and world importance.


We exercise critical and creative thinking skills to analyze and act responsibly when facing complex problems. We act on our own initiative when making reasoned and ethical decisions.


We speak with confidence and creativity using different languages and manners. We efficiently collaborate, listening carefully to the views of other people and groups.


We act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity and the rights of people in the whole world. We take responsibility for our own actions and the consequences.


We develop a critical appreciation of our own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the values and traditions of other individuals. We seek and evaluate a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience.


We show empathy, compassion and respect. We have a personal commitment to service, and act to make a positive difference to the lives of others and to the world around us.


We approach unfamiliar situations and uncertainty with forethought and courage. We work autonomously and collaboratively to explore new ideas and innovative strategies. We evidence ingenuity and resilience when facing changes and challenges.


We understand the importance of intellectual, physical, mental and emotional balance to achieve personal well-being for ourselves and others. We are aware of our inter-dependence with other individuals and the world we live in.


We carefully assess the world and our own ideas and experiences. We work hard to understand our strengths and weaknesses so that we can contribute to our own learning and personal development.