PRIMARY SCHOOL

In primary school, the spaces and environments are organized indoor and outdoor, rich in experiences and materials.These spaces and environments offer more possibilities to generate learning through contact with nature and connection with the social environment through outings and cultural visits, thus promoting cultural development and environmental education.
The primary school group is heterogeneous in age and diversity, with low ratios per companion (10-15 children per adult) in order to favour personal and group experiences and accompaniment.As an international school, we take into account the concept of bilingualism, that is, Spanish and English at 50%, throughout the learning process in an integrated and natural way.
For each learning area there are times where activities, workshops or projects are integrated, in addition to assembly times, games, outings and excursions based on the interests and needs observed in the students.

A Day in Primary School

From 9:00 to 9:30 there is a time to connect and reconnect with the space, the companions and classmates, as well as to begin or continue some activity of personal interest.

 

– This is followed by the assembly time, where in a democratic way, there will be proposals for activities and workshops, the organization of the day, diverse conversations, reaching agreements, etc.

 

Then they go on to the activities in English or Spanish format (according to the schedule), proposed in the different spaces for the areas of knowledge such as the Scientific Yurt or the Yurt of Humanism, for example.

A Day in Primary School

From 9:00 to 9:30 there is a time to connect and reconnect with the space, the companions and classmates, as well as to begin or continue some activity of personal interest.

 

– This is followed by the assembly time, where in a democratic way, there will be proposals for activities and workshops, the organization of the day, diverse conversations, reaching agreements, etc.

 

Then they go on to the activities in English or Spanish format (according to the schedule), proposed in the different spaces for the areas of knowledge such as the Scientific Yurt or the Yurt of Humanism, for example.

After the lunch break, the children have free play time outdoors, in the playground and structures, visit and maintain the henhouse, the orchard, the pond…

 

Then they begin the creative, expressive and physical bilingual workshops, proposed according to the day of the week: in the atelier house, the house of music and movement or in the sports pavilion.

 

The last hour is reserved for moments of relaxation and reading, with spaces such as the library for individual or group readings; rest areas, mindfulness, environmental activities of observation and recording of fauna and flora, or quiet physical activities such as yoga or tai chi.

 

At the end of the program, the children are divided into the group that goes home and the group that goes to the dining room, participating in the Nature Play Group during the extended hours.

After the lunch break, the children have free play time outdoors, in the playground and structures, visit and maintain the henhouse, the orchard, the pond…

 

Then they begin the creative, expressive and physical bilingual workshops, proposed according to the day of the week: in the atelier house, the house of music and movement or in the sports pavilion.

 

The last hour is reserved for moments of relaxation and reading, with spaces such as the library for individual or group readings; rest areas, mindfulness, environmental activities of observation and recording of fauna and flora, or quiet physical activities such as yoga or tai chi.

 

At the end of the program, the children are divided into the group that goes home and the group that goes to the dining room, participating in the Nature Play Group during the extended hours.