Primary Education



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The Primary Education stage includes students from 6 to 12 years old.

From the school we attach great importance to this stage in order to start the achievement of basic skills. Each student has personal characteristics that make him or her unique and that is why it is necessary to know their potential in order to develop them to the maximum. We start from the knowledge of multiple intelligences to promote learning based on experimentation, cooperative work, the experience of what is learned and the importance of technology. It is essential to structure the brain in order to encourage meaningful and emotional learning.

From its origins, our school has been committed to the formation of 'well-made heads, more than full-fledged', trying to offer all the necessary resources to the students so that they themselves can achieve the necessary learning to be, know how to be and know do. The student becomes the true protagonist of his own learning.

Throughout the stage, not only is it prioritized to acquire basic contents and knowledge, but from the systematic work in cooperative groups, in the collective work, developing projects and also without forgetting the individual work, the fundamental objectives for ensure the transition to high school.

That is why it will also be necessary to prioritize work based on the values ​​that are useful in daily coexistence and they are specified in things as simple as respecting colleagues, respecting the environment around us, learning to work in silence, striving every day to to surpass oneself, to give the good and the best of oneself…

From a good personal structure we will facilitate the learning of the procedures that favor the significant learning of the different concepts worked so that they come to understand but especially to put them into practice and that they apply them to the daily life.

Curriculum in primary education


Methodology in primary education

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 and methodological diversification:

Methodological diversification:

Methodological diversification is carried out based on various strategies:

  • Group and cooperative work
  • Fostering one's own creativity
  • Use of different teaching resources and work strategies
  • Use of information and communication technologies
  • Self-learning and self-assessment
  • Individual work
  • Proper management of the material in common
  • Organizational capacity and autonomy
  • Interaction with the environment


Development of basic skills and multiple intelligences.

This methodological diversification is accompanied by work in order to develop basic skills and to discover and enhance one's own intelligence in its many areas.

  • Acceptance of one's own body and positive construction of one's image
  • Sociability, group relationship and affectivity
  • Reflective and active participation. Autonomy
  • Positive interaction in the environment
  • Civic behavior and good coexistence
  • Intellectual enrichment. Imagination, curiosity and creativity
  • Enhancing logical-mathematical skills
  • Development of expression skills (both oral and written)
  • Intensive work on one's own motor skills and the ability to learn through body-kinesthetic interaction.
  • Acquisition of multisensory skills that facilitate self-learning
  • Develop social skills and progressive mastery



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