During the Early Childhood Stage, children experience remarkable psychomotor, cognitive, personal, social, and moral development, as well as significant progress in language acquisition. For this reason, the teachers at our centre follow this development closely in order to adapt their educational action to the developmental changes that occur in children.This allows teachers to assess the gradual knowledge of the classroom environment and acquire the proper tools to access this knowledge within a warm safe environment.
Menxu Polit ─ firstname.lastname@example.org
Amparo Llorens ─ email@example.com
Inma Martínez ─ firstname.lastname@example.org
Supplementary Teacher and English Teacher
Sandra Alfaro ─ email@example.com
Director of Primary School and Kindergarten
Gorka Arrieta Pino ─ firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Studies of Primary School and Kindergarten
Marisa Ibáñez ─ email@example.com
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
INTENSIVE SUMMER SCHEDULE: SEPTEMBER and JUNE
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Early Childhood Education will help develop their ability to:
Know their own bodies, respect others’ bodies, understand the possibilities of their actions, and learn to respect differences.
Observe and explore their familial, natural, and social environments.
Progressively acquire autonomy in their daily activities.
Develop their emotional capacities.
Relate to others and acquire elementary guidelines for coexistence and social relations, as well as exercise peaceful resolution of interpersonal conflicts.
Develop communication skills in different languages and forms of expression.
Start developing logical-mathematical skills, reading-writing skills, and movement-related skills such as gesture and rhythm.
SELF-AWARENESS AND PERSONAL AUTONOMY
KNOWLEDGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
LANGUAGES: COMMUNICATION AND REPRESENTATION
Family experiences - "My family comes to school"
Kindergarten students enjoy "My family comes to school", a weekly activity that involves parents teaching students about their profession, telling a story, leading arts and crafts and sharing information about traveling.
By participating the parents learn how teachers work in the classroom and children enjoy an enriching experience that nurtures the relationship between school and family.