Our Bachillerato and IBDP pupils are resourceful, able to think and evaluate information critically. They are helped to understand the view points of others, as well as to develop an increasing awareness of the world around them and the demands of living in a global society. Oak House pupils leave the school as resilient, curious, conﬁdent and courteous individuals who are fully prepared to embrace life opportunities and have an international mindset.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a balanced programme of international education, spread over a two year course and involving rigorous external assessment. At Oak House School all IBDP subjects are taught in English. Both English and Spanish are offered as first language and literature options and French and Spanish are offered as second language options.
In the Bachillerato programmes the majority of subjects are taught in Spanish or Catalan. However, pupils continue to study English to a high level and are given the opportunity to prepare for Cambridge Advanced and Proﬁciency level examinations. Throughout the two year courses pupils study compulsory core subjects, common to both Bachillerato programmes, as well as course-speciﬁc subjects, such as investigative or social sciences.