Accreditation

In June 2019, London Academy Casablanca obtained the accreditation of British Schools Overseas (BSO), which guarantees students an education of the same academic standard as in a private school in Great Britain. An essential element of the inspection is considering the extent to which the British character of the school is evident in its ethos, curriculum, teaching, care for pupils and pupils’ achievements. By achieving UK inspection-based approval, participating schools are able to demonstrate that they provide an education that has similar characteristics to an education in an independent school in England.

 

BSO Inspection Report 2019

As a result of this inspection, undertaken during May 2019, the school has demonstrated
that it meets the standards for British Schools Overseas. This judgement
is endorsed by the British government, quality assured by the Office for Standards in
Education (Ofsted) and is valid for a period of three years.

London Academy is Accredited by the UK Government as British School Overseas (BSO)

 

This accreditation places London Academy Casablanca in the top tier of British schools. It reflects the determined approach of the establishment, which has offered, since its inception, a quality education in line with the world-class standard of British education.

As a British School Overseas this means London Academy Casablanca is an Accredited Member of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS).

In June 2018, London Academy Casablanca was accredited as a Cambridge International School, joining over 10 000 schools around the world in 160 countries and being able to provide an international education to all of our students, an education with a global approach to the curriculum.

London Academy is a Cambridge International School

The Cambridge curriculum prepares students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. The Cambridge curriculum helps develop students who are confident, responsible, reflective, engaged and innovative. These are the skills necessary for a learner in the 21st Century and a deeper understanding of the world. A major focus of the Cambridge curriculum is English as a second language. This will enable our students, whose first language is not English, to function competently and confidently in the English language, the principal language of international exchange and business.