Curricular subjects

The curriculum is an essential component of the educational process but must be redefined. It can no longer be a list of contents to be memorized, it must be transformed into an inspiring curriculum focused on each student and their motivations.

Curricular core subjects

Our educational proposal includes a core curriculum clustered around areas of knowledge (languages, mathematics, sciences, humanities, and arts), along with the incorporation of relevant crosscutting issues of the 21st century, forming a solid framework of disciplinary and interdisciplinary learning.

Languages provide the tools needed for the development of communicative competence. At school, reading comprehension is worked from the first stages of Primary school, through a READER PLANNING designed and structured by age and ability: written and oral expression and the techniques of public speaking and debate. Since we have a clear goal: not only should they acquire an academic education that guarantees and reflects the level of competency set by the Department of Education, but they should also be able to articulate orally and in writing clear ideas and thoughts, based on critical reasoning.

Mathematics provides students with a universal language to understand the world around us. We work from the perspective that learning mathematics mainly involves establishing relationships and laying the foundations for systematic thinking. Mathematics is still one of the most difficult subjects for students, and the problem is how this subject is taught in the classroom. Mathematics must come alive to become exciting to students.

Humanities bring together all the disciplines dealing with the study of cultures and history, which have much to do with building the world today, and the understanding of the immediate environment. We work on the ability to analyze evidence, test hypotheses, use historical sources, present arguments, classify topics and explain phenomena. Many curricular enrichment programs are intended for the cultivation of humanities.

Fostering the arts is fundamental in promoting the understanding of our culture and that of other peoples.

We understand art as an essential means to achieve a creative, empathic, flexible and global spirit of the student. These are needed to stimulate their capacity for innovation, communication, and reflection.

Through curricular visual arts, dance, and music the student grows with a special sensitivity, which completes their whole personal development.