Each child leads his own learning.
Project-based learning and multilingualism
Learning is based on the discovery and the research in the environment. From our students’ interest we build the new knowledge using all the languages used in the school.
Students interact in a small group and interact in different teaching-learning situations. Each member of the group has a responsibility and the sum of all efforts helps to achieve success – both at the group and individual levels.
We participate in the project to promote reading, enhancing reading habits, strategies and understanding. We encourage peer learning. For this reason, our students of third cycle encourage children of first cycle to read and understand.
Small heterogeneous groups who, in collaboration, solve class tasks with the supervision of an adult (family, teacher, volunteer, etc.). The activity changes every 10 minutes. The teacher coordinates the class and observes the evolution of the students.
In Infant and Primary Education the environments are different spaces of learning, of relation and communication, where, based on different proposals, children can act, observe, experiment, build, invent, imagine, share, relate … and interact with the others.
Workshops and learning corners
We promote the use of a wide variety of teaching resources, stimulating the child’s interest, promoting and developing his/her creativity and facilitating that each student learns how to look for the answer to the small problems that he/she may encounter, at the same time, he/she puts into practice his/her capacity for initiative and entrepreneurship.
Small group flexibility
We systematically work on the different dimensions of the language: oral expression, comprehension and written expression for languages. We also take advantage of splits and small groups to work maths more manipulatively.
We use new technologies in the classroom as a resource for research and discovery. Students generate new learning content through digital tools and resources, creating digital artifacts.