Morna International College is an international school located in the middle of the island of Ibiza, a few minutes from the beautiful village of Santa Gertrudis. The college campus provides a tranquil environment on a large campus with plenty of space for working indoors and outdoors, allowing us to create an excellent range of educational opportunities and experiences.
We have students aged from 3 to 18 from over 20 nationalities. Our student population consists of around one third Spanish children, one third British children and one third from all around the world. In total there are around 530 children in the school and our teaching team is consists of just over 80 full time equivalent staff members, resulting in a staff to pupil ratio of one to seven.
Our school facilities include the following:
Early Years: A specialised unit exclusively for children aged 3 to 5 with three main classrooms plus additional shared indoor and outdoor work areas, a well-equipped playground area and a sports pitch specifically prepared for this age group.
Primary: Attractively decorated and well-equipped classrooms for each group, all with direct access to outdoor activity areas. Specialised rooms for computing and Spanish language and a primary library. Large outdoor play areas with artificial grass and a fully equipped playpark.
Secondary: Classrooms specialised by curriculum subject, including three well-equipped science laboratories, a music room with a recording annex, two art rooms with a photographic dark room and a room for design technology, a computer room, a spacious library and a separate common room for ‘A’ level students.
For all sections: Dining room, snack bar and outdoor eating facilities, with food prepared in our own kitchens. Ample sports facilities which include two large outdoor sports courts, a fitness trail in a wooded part of our campus, and a temporary indoor sports area, which will soon be replaced with a large purpose-built gymnasium. A large garden area with a pond and housing for hens which serves as part of our educational environment and also allows us to produce some of our own food. We have excellent provision for information technology around the school, including state of the art interactive screens in classrooms and bandwidth which allows for hndreds of devices to be connected to the Internet. All of our secondary school students use individual laptops and our primary children frequently work with class sets of iPads.