School Management

The British School Alzira-Xàtiva&Gandia Group Executive Director is Franc Corbí Ramón, who comes from a long line of family members dedicated to the field of education.

The management of the Group has always been  spearheaded by the Corbí-Ramón family, acknowledged on a national level for their extensive experience in the sector of education.

Franc Corbí has a Degree in Law and a Master’s Degree in School Management and Direction. He has been directing British School Alzira, Xàtiva & Gandia along with his family for the past 20 years, and currently holds the position of General Director of the British School Alzira, Xàtiva & Gandia Group.

Due to his great involvement in the field of education, he is currently one of the most consequential national references in the field. After being a member of the National Executive Committee of NABSS (National Association of British Schools in Spain) for 10 years, he was later appointed to the positions of Regional Vice President and member of the National Executive Committee of ACADE, the most important association of private schools in Spain.

Franc is a guest lecturer at universities such as VIU (International University of Valencia) and organises educational master classes for the Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio. He is also the patron of Foundation and Primary promotions at the Universidad Cardenal Herrera CEU in Valencia, a frequent speaker at national and international educational events, co-founder of the School for Talented Parents, organiser of prestigious educational congresses such as EICE (English Teaching at Educational Centres) and Director of the Shakespeare Awards, prestigious prizes that are awarded in the educational field.

All these activities carried out in the field of education are coupled with his regular participation in TV programs related to education, and his permanent broadcast section entitled School for Talented Parents on Mediterráneo Televisión, Levante TV.

He often takes part in legal initiatives related to education, acting in behalf of British Schools in Spain to discuss laws relating to university access. He also recently joined a board of experts in private education who are preparing a White Paper on Education, currently in progress (June 2017)

“Our vision of what a good education should be like is clear: innovation with tradition, personalization and an environment in which the pupil feels secure, entertained, motivated and special”.

Franc Corbí Ramón