Education at Morna International College


Morna International College broadly follows the English National Curriculum, but with a much more international focus in our choice of syllabus contents.  All lessons are taught in English apart from foreign languages. Spanish is compulsory for all children throughout the college and students can choose German or French as a third language when they enter Year 7.  Spanish native students follow courses in Spanish and Catalan languages and Spanish social sciences, which ensures full recognition of their studies in the host country.

In the upper secondary section our pupils prepare for international GCSE and ‘A’ level qualifications. These are recognised for access to higher education in the UK, in Spain and in the majority of countries around the world. A broad range of subjects are offered so that, within the overall curriculum, programmes of study can be adapted to the needs and aspirations of each pupil. There is considerable flexibility both in the number and the level of qualifications taken, so that all students have the opportunity to successfully complete their chosen courses.

We are an inclusive college and our selection process allows entry to all children who we consider capable of taking full advantage of the education we offer. New students who do not speak English as their native language sit a short assessment in English and maths to ascertain the level of support they require in accessing the curriculum.
We have a strong support structure in place, in order to ensure that we can effectively attend to pupils with specific needs, ranging from those with learning difficulties to those who are gifted or talented. Our teaching staff includes an SEN (special educational needs) department and also a specialist team of TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) teachers who support those students who require additional English lessons in order to access the curriculum and make progress in their learning.

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All our latest news on Instagram

Regular weekly news updates  can now be found at our school Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/mornainternationalcollege/  

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The long awaited return

September 2020. After six months without any children on our school site, we finally returned. We dedicated the summer to ensuring we could comply with all the health regulations; separate…

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Wishing our graduating class a very bright future

Our 2020 graduating class completed their schooling and final assessments in the most unusual circumstances with lockdown, and it wasn’t possible to organise a graduation ceremony for them on the…

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Our first Duke of Edinburgh award winners

The three month lockdown last June didn’t stop our Duke of Edinburgh award group from completing their activities records and carrying out their adventurous journey. The crossed the island in…

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Looking forward to welcoming you all back

Since school closure began on the 16th March, our school community has been held together by the Internet and, thanks to tools such as Microsoft Teams, Seesaw and Zoom and…

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Morna in the European Youth Parliament

Students from Years 11 and 12 represented Morna in the regional sessions of the European Youth Parliament in Mallorca at the beginning of March. This involved an intense weekend of…

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Cleaning up our beaches

On the 16th February, many volunteers from among our pupils and parents gathered at the Ses Salines beach and dedicated the morning to removing all plastic waste from the area.…

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Heaven Must be Missing an Angel (or Two).

Our main Christmas musical theatre production enjoyed two highly successful nights this week at the Palacio de Congresos in Santa Eulalia. The audience were treated to an original story about…

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Supporting children in Ibiza and around the world.

The Autumn Fair. Our Autumn Fair took place at the end of the first half term. Pupils and visitors were treated to a huge variety of attractions, some of them…

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Drama and Theatre in London

In October, a group of students from Years 10 and 11 spent part of their week in London. Their stay included visits to three productions in famous London theatres (The…

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