Private school in Arturo Soria (María Lombillo)
Brains María Lombillo is an international school in the Arturo Soria area of Madrid that teaches every subject in English except Spanish language and mathematics. Our classes are equipped with the latest educational technology. Our students grow up having fun and enjoying our different playgrounds.
Brains María Lombillo is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Brains María Lombillo considers is important for our students.
*Only schools authorized by the IB Organisation can offer any of its three academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP) or the Diploma Programme (and in addition the IB Career-related Certificate). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted.
For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http:/www.ibo.org.
Evolution and development
Our main goal is, and always will be, helping our students achieve happiness. We want our students to have fun learning, embrace healthy habits and develop a human education that allows them to feel well with each other and society.
In Brains María Lombillo (candidate school), PYP plays a key role. This international programme, taught in English (with the exception of Spanish Language and Mathematics), prepares students to be more active, respectful, supportive and hungry to learn for the rest of their lives.
Our main objective is to help our students become researchers, academics, autonomous and able to feed their natural curiosity. Our educational model instils an international mentality in our students, starting with multilingualism and a deep knowledge of many different cultures.
As of the 20/21 school year, our school in María Lombillo will have a sustainable building for our students in Baccalaureate which will use bioclimatic architecture to save energy and protect the environment.
Our school classrooms are spacious, fitted with the latest technology and natural lighting. All our students benefit from these open spaces in their curricular and extracurricular activities.
Playgrounds and outdoor facilities
Brains María Lombillo playgrounds are divided by educational stages. The Preparatory area is suited to the needs of our smallest students, including swings and rubber mulch floors. Primary and Secondary students can enjoy our outdoor sports facilities and new basketball courts.
A space for experimental science, where students can appreciate the advantages of scientific methodology and put theoretical concepts into practice, analysing and verifying every step of their research projects.
This is an essential area of our international educational programme. Open to all our Brains community, the library is a space where information and books are available to everyone. Guided reading, free reading, teamwork and individual study sessions make our library an ideal multi-tasking environment.
Our garden aims to raise environmental awareness, encourage healthy eating habits and promote a cooperation mentality. Students will witness the plants’ growing and experience this process first hand.
Climbing offers students the chance to acquire a wide variety of motor skills and a sense of effectiveness.
Working as principal for Brains Mª Lombillo is an exciting challenge. My teaching years and commitment to competitive sport have allowed me to acquire principles and values such as honesty, determination, effort and desire for self-improvement, which are all indispensable when undertaking this job. Our goal here at Brains is to offer our students a motivating environment to share experiences that can help them develop skills and build their future on a solid foundation, allowing them to face the world through a more critical approach. This mentality, moulded by our educational community, makes Brains a unique institution.
Actividades extraescolares en Madrid (zona Arturo Soria)
Chess encourages self-discipline and concentration, promotes logical and formal thinking, and enhances reasoning skills.
Our main goal is to develop core competences in education. We’ll learn through play, as having fun is always the main feature in our judo practice.
Starting in Primary 3. Our club provides qualified coaches for all ages. B-R-A-I-N-S Methodology (Ball, Rapidity, Attack, Intelligence, Nobility, Solidarity).
We offer children (aged 3 and above) and teens and the chance to take on music studies or develop their skills in an instrument while making learning fun.
Our students work will be aimed at learning to programme, developing motor skills, overcoming specific challenges, working as a team and acquiring values.
In Brains, we can now learn how to cook! Our cooking workshop our students learn to cook while discovering healthy eating habits.
Our academy teaches ballet classes two days a week for children aged 4 and above. We offer amateur lessons for all ages and professional lessons in the evenings.
We focus on fostering our students’ passion for modern dance while
they learn different dance styles.
Theatre is a very useful tool for education. Not only is it a natural and enjoyable way of learning new concepts, but it also allows you to develop important skills and qualities such as empathy, confidence and creativity.
Our Kumon academy helps students improve in mathematics and reading
comprehension, even at an early age, with the help of specific material aimed at introducing our youngest students to literacy.
Our students in Brains International School take both French and German classes up to Primary 3. In Primary 4, they opt to continue one of these languages. In this extracurricular activity, we offer the chance to continue coursing the language discarded by the student in order to continue follow through with the Brains Schools multilingual project.
The Master Minds method provides the necessary tools and guidelines for students to decide what they want to be in the future and fulfil their short and medium-term goals.
The main objective of our workshop is that every student develops artistic skills to suit their personal abilities. We foster creativity and observation by studying the main graphical and plastic arts tools and techniques such as charcoal, pastel, watercolour, clay, fabric painting, collage, graffiti and other crafts.
One of our main objectives is for our students to have excellent CV’s that stand out above the rest, so what better way is there to do so than becoming a Microsoft Office Specialist Master?
Yoga is an ancient discipline that helps build a strong health and a feeling of well-being. Yoga means ‘union’: developing physical health, vitality, harmony and flexibility, both of the body and the mind.