Nobel Algarve - Almancil Campus
Our Almancil Campus opened in 2020 and we now have 150 pupils aged 3 to 11 (Pre-School to Year 7) in a fabulous new purpose-built school which is surrounded by green space and designed around a central green quad.
Construction on our second phase began in September 2021 and we are enrolling students up to Year 9 for September 2022.
Features of our new Almancil campus include:
- Sensory gardens
- Multimedia centre
- Multipurpose hall
- Pause pod
- Pre-School dedicated outdoor play space
- Dining room
- Ample parking
- Bespoke mindfulness curriculum
- Feng-shui-inspired central quad
- Extensive campus with green space
- Diverse sporting and extracurricular programmes
- All pupils follow the Cambridge Checkpoint curriculum and are taught by specialist teachers for music and PE.
A daily lunch service is offered to our students, with menus prepared by our wonderful chef and kitchen staff, and a bus service if needed. Parents can register their children for an entire month or week by week depending on the needs of each family. English Summer Camp schedule is from 9:00 to 16:00, with the opportunity to extend from 8:00 to 17:00 if needed.
What curriculum does the school teach?
Like our Lagoa Campus, the Almancil Campus follows the English National Curriculum and students benefit from all the traditions and heritage of a British-style education. We develop young learners who are confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged.
We want all our children to experience success and enjoy their learning whilst at school.
Where is the school located?
The Almancil Campus is easily accessible, situated on an extensive plot of land opposite the Go-Karting track in Almancil, close to Vale de Lobo and Quinta do Lago.
What does the school offer children outside the curriculum?
Our Almancil Campus offers diverse sporting and extracurricular programmes. Mindfulness is an integral part of the curriculum, as is Forest School run by our fully qualified and accredited practitioner, our Head of Adventure, Mr. Matt Harris. Pupils benefit from a range of sports like karate and cricket as well as a wider curriculum diet of music and drama.
Will the school open to older students in the future?
For now the Almancil Campus is operating in Phase One, with Phase Two ready for September 2022. As we have an extensive plot, Phase 3, for Secondary School students is expected to be developed in the future.