Many of the modern training techniques of the management staff of large companies use theatre as a technique for cultivating communication skills.
Theatre stimulates knowledge, literary curiosity, memory; Develops body-expression skills that children have hidden but latent.It enhances creativity and imagination, develops individual and collective expression, fostering fellowship and group work.
The theater awakens sensitivity to art.
Enjoying the magical world of theatre makes it easier for the child and the girl to know the rest of the subjects and the coexistence.
As Pullman said, “Kids need to go to the theater as much as they run outdoors.”
Workshop through which students will learn the basic concepts of robotics, design and 3d printing by constructing and programming their own robot so that they are going to overcome different challenges in a gradual way.
The objective of this course is that, through recreational activities, acquire basic knowledge of electronics, programming, design and 3d printing, as well as a methodology to include robotics as a complement to the different teaching disciplines (physics, Chemistry, mathematics, Art…) At different ages.
A workshop in which the creativity of each child is the real protagonist, in a way that can enrich them on an educational and personal level in a very fun way, where they will soon check the results of their own creations. Different projects for each quarter. We will teach how you can recycle clothes and give a new meaning to an old garment, dyeing, painting adapting it…, the limits will be as wide as your imagination… always giving a sense to each creation and by placing them in the background and History of fashion, adapted to different ages. We will use materials such as fabrics, dyes, crystal flowers, Fimo, felt, pearls, brass, findings, etc.
They design and assemble their own accessories and complements: Diadems, brooches, crowns of flowers, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, etc.
The final season parade will not disappoint!
CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH / YOUNG LEARNERS
- Small groups (maximum of 13 students).
- Communicative methodology.
- Dynamic activities.
- Preparation of the Cambridge exams.
- Quarterly reports.
- Professors with a Cambridge/Trinity degree.
- PET. B1.
- FCE. B2.
- CAE. C1.
- PET. B1.
- FCE. B2.
- CAE. C1.
With very small groups, the attention and interaction between the students who study for the certificates of the Cambridge system and the teacher or teacher, is very intense and with excellent results.
While the communication and availability of tutors or tutors is continuous, parents and mothers receive a quarterly report explaining the evolution of the boy or girl and their upcoming goals.
Learning needs to be linked to language immersion. With this goal, preparatory classes are available in dynamic activities that motivate and recreate real situations.
This workshop is dedicated to students and children of early childhood education and first cycle of primary education. The objectives of the English workshop are mainly the acquisition of concepts and phrases in the foreign language. It is, therefore, that students assimilate more and better words both learned earlier and new and that they know to contextualize sentences even without knowing the same. By repetition and emphasizing what you already know and presenting new concepts you acquire a more appropriate learning and a better pronunciation.
The workshop is intended to teach in a playful way, but with the right material. It has worked with: songs already known by them emphasizing in words for their correct pronunciation, understanding and learning through the repetition, intonation and music of sung songs.
Watch videos and series in English, such as Sesame Street, Disney episodes, Muzzy, Living Book, etc., taking from them the general context and common phrases of the language. This illustrates images of vocabulary through entertainment to do something other than writing or reading.
Didactic games, such as Bingo, dominoes, musical chairs, etc., are used to strengthen reading strategies, promote correct pronunciation, maintain attention, memorize drawings and words and extend vocabulary through reading Comprehensive.
ART WORKSHOP DIRECTOR
Lola Montero has a degree in fine arts and her work covers important contemporary art galleries throughout the national geography. His work is exhibited in both national and international institutional collections.
OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY
This new workshop is an unbeatable opportunity for the early discovery of the artistic talents that many children hide.
The didactic structure designed covers all the skills that form the basis of the academic model that so many professionals and amateurs have cultivated throughout history. The drawing, the shape, the color, the different techniques and motifs are part of the curricular trajectory.
However, the first goal is to give children the opportunity to enhance their creativity, to leave them free of expression, to find themselves, to forget everything else and to unleash what they carry inside through the plastic expression.
Although the art workshop begins at an early age, didactics follows the academic tradition.
DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVITY
Training to educate the brain and empower creative skills is important, both for boys and girls who can have professional artistic aspirations in the future, and for the very development of a creativity that can be very important In any field of professional development.
The art workshop pursues common objectives that adapt to the level and progress of each “artist”. We all have artistic talents to develop, each one has to provide his own path of creative development.
The aim of our German course is that our children have a first contact with this language, in a fun and playful way, that allows them to progress in learning the same. A program of German designed for children, with methodology and didactic material selected directly by the teacher or the teacher appropriate to the different ages, to make more fun and interesting the learning of the language, thus achieving better results in oral and written comprehension.
Reduced groups by age and levels.
Among many other extracurricular activities, our Centre offers the possibility of preparing children for first Communion. Catechesis is carried out in the facilities of the centre and is taught by parents, mothers and old students, who are supervised (contents, methodologies…) by the teacher of religion.
The religious celebrations are officiated by the Dominican Father Don Carmelo Preciado, who has been collaborating with the school for years. They are simple and endearing ceremonies adapted to the spirit of our center and that are remembered with special affection for the families, the children, the girls and ourselves.
“Academic training is first class and the demands on work and training prepare them for a future outside the school where they will be distinguished from others. Although there are other schools where the façade is more interesting, by my own experience the important thing is the interior. “
“When we arrived at his new school in the USA, his father and I were planning to put some reinforcement classes in order to adapt to the English classes. It was not necessary: the adaptation of Gonzalo was perfect, and showed the excellent level of English of our dear school. We can’t be more thankful. “
“It was a priority for us to combine a level education with a way of educating closer to the person. We didn’t want to build a curriculum, we wanted to educate a person. I think our daughters will always be grateful to us for this decision. “
“I as the father of the teacher center Maria 4 of my children in this school, and even now a granddaughter, and experience has been really enriching. Each one with his own personality and qualities, have been cared for and educated to the extent of his talents “
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