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The Early Childhood Education stage includes students from 3 to 6 years old. It is considered one of the most important cycles in our school as it is at this stage that the foundations are laid for the good development of the later educational stages. It is also in this cycle that the acquisition of basic habits and skills begins. Mutual collaboration with families in their educational work is a key aspect.

To achieve this, the school focuses on three main areas:


Curriculum in early childhood education


Methodology in early childhood education

In the Early Childhood Education stage you learn with experiences and activities that incorporate new notions, skills, attitudes, values ​​and norms that will later favor the ability to know how to apply in other contexts and situations. Making learning competent and meaningful.

Cooperative work, the development of small projects and integrated teaching units, corners and the use of new technologies are tools that facilitate the acquisition of learning and new skills that will allow us to make the transition to primary education more safely and confidence.

Each person is different and that is why from school we will develop personalized attention to the diversity of situations. Thorough knowledge of the person's own abilities and different intelligences will make it possible to carry out a curricular diversification.

With the systematic work of habits and the basic aspects of coexistence we facilitate personal autonomy and collaboration with the group.

Habits are behavioral patterns that help children structure, orient, and train better. The acquisition of different habits allows them to be more autonomous, makes it possible for them to have a positive coexistence with others and are necessary in the acquisition of new learning.


Habits should be worked on at home and at school. As children get into different habits, they feel more secure, calm, balanced, and eager to learn. Observing their small progress day by day and knowing how to value them is for them an important and necessary motivation to keep moving forward.