In 1996, the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science signed an agreement with the British Council with the objective of implementing a bilingual programme in Spanish public primary schools that would adopt an integrated British-Spanish curriculum. Currently, there are 10 public primary schools which are party to this agreement in the Community of Madrid.
The integrated British-Spanish curriculum is the key element in this Agreement, and those schools which are party to it are bound to implement it. It consists of a curriculum which maintains minimum Spanish curricular requirements while incorporating elements of the British National Curriculum.
See the statistics section for number of schools and students in this programme.
Taken (with slight alerations) from: Madrid, comunidad bilinguë 2015-2016 / Madrid, a bilingual community 2015-2016, p. 96.