How are children entering and picking up?

Families can access the classroom, through the door of the Railroad Walk, both in the morning and in the afternoon, sharing with the boys and girls the time of entry and exit of the school. The length of stay will vary depending on each family and child, depending on family availability and the needs of the children at any given time. It is important to live this time in a relaxed way.

Can children wear diapers? And pacifier?

We start from the premise that each child has their own pace of growth and is gradually gaining autonomy. Sphincter control is a maturing process in which the support of the adult is crucial. It is important that the possibilities of evolving in this control are made available to the child from home, offering contexts and situations that they invite him, without forcing and out of respect. The best way is to do it through everyday life so that the child feels safe and able when the time comes.

Do they have to bring breakfast?

At mid-morning, children who need it can have their breakfast at home. We encourage healthy eating (fruit, small sandwiches) and sustainable packaging (tupperware or boc’n’roll). We therefore avoid foods with a high sugar content (smoothies, juices, pastries …) and non-biodegradable mouthwashes (aluminum foil, plastic wrap …).

Should they bring snacks?

Those boys and girls who stay for some extracurricular activities in the afternoon can take the snack they bring from home. We promote healthy eating and sustainable packaging.

Is the children's nap respected?

P3 children enjoy a break during the lunch break. In collaboration with each family, the possibility of reducing or disregarding this moment will be assessed if the child needs it.

How many students are in each group?

According to current regulations, the groups consist of a maximum of 25 students. Starting next year, the P3 ratio will be 20 students per class.

Which teachers will the child meet?

The teaching staff of Early Childhood Education participates in accompanying the children throughout the stage. The tutor is the reference teacher of each group. He works closely with the Early Childhood Education Technician, the English Specialist, the Music Specialist, the Support Teacher, and the Referral Therapeutic Pedagogy Teacher.

How do you establish communication with families?

The best way to keep up with children’s development is to provide an open line of school-family communication. We can achieve this with personal interviews, group meetings and, most importantly, direct day-to-day contact.

Does Early Childhood Education have its own space?

Preschoolers have their own space and differentiated from other courses. This allows you to generate your own dynamic rhythm throughout the day, with the possibility of flexible groupings and open classrooms, and facilitates the adaptation to the needs of this age.

How is the children's own material organized?

Each child has a drawer where they can store their backpack, hooks and coat. In P3, as a family, at the beginning, you will have to help him to save the material * and change his shoes, although as the course progresses, the child will acquire more autonomy and will need more and more minus your help. In P4 and P5, they are the ones who store their belongings autonomously. 

The moult is stored in the toilet, in P3 all children must have a spare moult. In P4 and P5 only those children who may need it.

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How many hours of English, music, and motor skills do you have?

In Early Childhood Education we work in a global way in all areas. Music, English or psychomotor skills are present in various bands during the week. The English specialist participates in the dynamics of each group for one hour a week and the psychomotor session in English, with half a group. He also does math game afternoons at P4 and P5.

When it comes to music education, we have a one-hour session a week with the specialist. But music is present during the routines and the time of phonological awareness.

Do you have a vegetable garden?

We have an urban minihort for which children are responsible. It is a common learning space, where values ​​such as cooperation and responsible consumption are built.

How do you use technology in the classroom?

Digital tools find their place in very specific and limited moments of our children, a pedagogical resource that we use when the classroom dynamics require it.

What contact do children in Kindergarten have with their primary school classmates?

Children share educational experiences with older peers through learning and service dynamics, such as reading sponsors or conversation and playmates.

How do you encourage the inclusion of family and children in school after enrollment?

After the registration period, you will be invited to an information meeting (to be determined in September or the end of June), to talk together about how to prepare for the next academic year. It will be a time of mutual acquaintance and to clarify or comment on possible doubts. Afterwards, you will be asked to go to the P3 classrooms to get to know both the space and its teachers. Through a personalized interview we can make a first communication exchange.

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