Palma College warmly welcomes parents and prospective students this 12th March. The sixth form college is idyllically located close to the capital’s numerous art galleries, museums and theatres. The main building is set within an old palacio along charming Can Veri, parallel to Es Born avenue. The second location is close to the Cathedral.
The aim of the small, supportive college is to bridge the gap between school and university, and equip young people with transferable skills for the ever-changing job market. A wide choice of Edexcel A-level subjects are available and taught in English by highly experienced international teachers.
Doors will open at 9.15. Following a meet and greet, visitors will have the opportunity of observing several classes. The provisional schedule is as follows: 10.45 – German, Physics and Spanish. At 11.55 – Drama, IT, Mathematics or Psychology.
Afternoon classes will commence at 13.40 with Art, Chemistry, English Literature or Spanish. At 14.50 Biology and Business; and at 16.00 Drama or Mathematics. The times of the sports classes are yet to confirmed.
After a visit to Palma College, you’ll be able to get a sense of the value they place on each of their students’ futures and well being.
To find out more about Palma college, visit their website here.