THE CHILDREN’S FOREST

In the Children’s Forest (3 to 6 years old), care is given to the affective-emotional and psychomotor development, to body movement, to the manifestations of language in all its forms, to the integration of elementary rules of selfrespect and coexistence with others and their relationship with the natural environment.

Through proposed activities, free and symbolic play, experimentation or creative expression, their development and learning needs are covered in the spaces prepared and designed for them.

A Day in the Children’s Forest

From school entrance to school exit, there will be linguistic immersion through the coexistence of the two languages.

 

From 9:00 to 9:30, families and students are welcomed with tranquility, following the circle of good morning to start the day, giving way to natural bonding and group cohesion.

 

Time for garden care, exploration and free play, visits to the hen house, observation of fauna and flora, games with structured or unstructured natural material outside, etc.

A Day in the Children’s Forest

From school entrance to school exit, there will be linguistic immersion through the coexistence of the two languages.

 

From 9:00 to 9:30, families and students are welcomed with tranquility, following the circle of good morning to start the day, giving way to natural bonding and group cohesion.

 

Time for garden care, exploration and free play, visits to the hen house, observation of fauna and flora, games with structured or unstructured natural material outside, etc.

After a break and lunch, free participation proposals are carried out, with bilingual activities (music, movement, painting, clay, cooking…).

 

In the last part of the day, there is a relaxed play time in the indoor space, with more structured materials and games related to different learning areas.

 

– The day ends with a story in English/Spanish.

 

At the end of the day, there is a common pick-up, and the group is divided into those who go home and those who go to the dining room and extend the schedule with the Nature Play Group.

 

After a break and lunch, free participation proposals are carried out, with bilingual activities (music, movement, painting, clay, cooking…).

 

In the last part of the day, there is a relaxed play time in the indoor space, with more structured materials and games related to different learning areas.

 

– The day ends with a story in English/Spanish.

 

At the end of the day, there is a common pick-up, and the group is divided into those who go home and those who go to the dining room and extend the schedule with the Nature Play Group.