A new chapter begins for Cambridge House with the official joining of Globeducate British International Schools. Being part of a group is much more than sharing a visual identity; it is about seeking synergies, sharing knowledge and learning experiences in order to offer the highest quality education to our students.
At Cambridge House British International School we believe our students deserves the very best education. Our mission is to prepare our students to be lifelong learners who will succeed in a world that is increasingly more interconnected and complex. We seek to prepare our students to be adaptable and resilient, to ensure success in facing the inevitable challenges and unimaginable opportunities that tomorrow’s world will bring.
A new chapter begins for Cambridge House, with the implementation of a new visual identity and official joining to Globeducate British International School. Being part of a group is much more than sharing a visual identity; it is about seeking synergies, sharing knowledge and learning experiences to offer the highest quality education to our students.
Innovative project for educational facilities by the prestigious Rosan Bosch studio
Coinciding with the launch of the new brand under the umbrella of the Globeducate British International School cluster, Cambridge House presents the remodelling project of its facilities in Rocafort, signed by the prestigious architecture studio Rosan Bosch Studio, specialised in Education, works with design and architecture to empower and motivate students around the world, creating playful and flexible learning environments that allow them to develop their full potential.
This is the philosophy behind the Cambridge House redevelopment project, which will develop a new holistic environment that encourages active learning, collaboration and autonomy, with a unique and innovative design that will further position Cambridge House British International School as a leading educational reference in the Valencian community. The project will be developed in three phases and will affect all educational stages. The first, which will be implemented this summer, includes the creation of two Innovation and Knowledge Centres for Primary and Secondary pupils and the development of a specifically designed Outdoor Learning space for Secondary pupils, as well as the refurbishment and relocation of the Reception area.