Day to Day

Term 1 
Monday 9th September 2019Term begins
Tuesday 17th SeptemberRegional Holiday
Wednesday 30th OctoberSchool Holiday
Thursday 31st OctoberSchool Holiday
Friday 1st NovemberNational Holiday
Friday 6th DecemberNational Holiday
Friday 20th December 2019Term ends
Term 2 
Tuesday 7th January 2020Term begins
Friday 21st FebruarySchool Holiday – Staff training day
Monday 24th FebruarySchool Holiday
Tuesday 25th FebruarySchool Holiday
Thursday 19th MarchRegional Holiday
Friday 20th MarchSchool Holiday
Friday 3rd April 2020Term ends
Term 3 
Monday 20th April 2020Term begins
Friday 1st MayNational Holiday
Monday 8th JuneSchool Holiday
Tuesday 9th JuneRegional Holiday
Friday 26th June 2020Term ends


Nursery – Year 10: Click HERE for details of our dress and P.E. uniforms, to be worn with black leather shoes (dress uniform) or white trainers (P.E. uniform)

Year 11: Students may choose to wear the dress uniform with black leather shoes or the P.E. uniform with white trainers every day.

Years 12 & 13: All students are required to dress in an appropriate manner. Students studying A-Level P.E. should wear the school tracksuit on days when this subject is timetabled.

Our uniform is exclusively available at El Corte Inglés:

Murcia (Avenida de la Libertad)

Murcia (Centro Comercial Myrtea)

Cartagena (Alameda de San Antón)


El Limonar International School Murcia offers daily transport to and from the site, with all bus routes supervised by monitors who are directly employed by the school. These routes cover the following areas:

Murcia City

  • Murcia Gran Vía
  • Murcia Infante
  • Murcia Mariano Rojas
  • Ladera / Biblioteca
  • Beniaján
  • El Portón / Los Jerónimos
  • Residential developments


  • Cartagena
  • La Manga
  • Coast
  • Mazarrón
  • Fuente Álamo

For further information regarding stops, timetables and prices, please contact the School Office.


School lunch is compulsory for all Early Years, Primary and Secondary pupils. From Year 12 onwards pupils have the option of bringing a packed lunch to school.

Apart from providing healthy, freshly prepared home cooked meals every day, the school dining room is a place where pupils develop and hone their good manners and social skills.

Dining is organised in several sittings depending on pupils’ age and year group.. Pupils are expected and encouraged to follow a healthy, balanced diet. Although we cannot take into account each pupil’s individual likes and dislikes, we are able to cater for pupils with special dietary needs as prescribed by a doctor, or on the grounds of religion or faith. There are also specific menus for vegetarians, celiacs and other allergies may be catered for.

The school menu is arranged by our Head Chef and supervised by a nutritionist, and sent to parents every month.