SEK-Alboran offers a wide range of high-quality services:
With meals prepared on site in its own kitchen, it holds the ISO 9002 Quality Certificate. Attention to special dietary needs. Menus, prepared by a nutritionist, are published every three months with daily dinner recommendations and nutritional analysis.
12 routes cover an area from Almeria to Adra, with route variations covering the main urban areas.
There is a service permanently staffed by a nurse throughout the school day. A health check is performed twice a year by a qualified doctor.
The Guidance Department produces reports on the progress of students for the guidance of teachers and families. Structured by age group and puts in place procedures for the detection and diagnosis of learning difficulties. It also provides advice for students in higher school stages with respect to university choices and professional training both national and international.
A formative, free and open activity open to family members who have a direct educational responsibility for children and adolescents.
SEK Education Group has a long history of high achievement schemes aimed at outstandingly bright or high-achieving students that has led to the creation, among other alternatives, of the Stellar Programme in Spain.
The new 20-21 academic year presents new learning perspectives within school and extracurricular environments. Therefore, SEK, and specifically the Stellar Programme, has launched a complementary programme of online enrichment activities with the primary goal of broadening the horizons of high achieving students in fields that may be of interest to them and that are not usually included in the curriculum.
On the other hand, it expands its geographical scope, allowing students to access from any region or country.
See Stellar Programme Blog. Click here and see more.
Communication channel via the internet. Allows families and schools to share information produced daily at the centre.