As part of our sustainability project at CDM, our students have maintained and cultivated an organic garden for several years.

Within the framework of learning to respect and care for our environment, and convinced of the benefits of more rational crop yields based on organic techniques and the use of natural fertilizers, our Organic Garden sprouts every season at the hands of our very own students.

An original project of now-retired Science teacher Manolo Romero, the farming of this small orchard is, without doubt, a unique way for all involved to have the opportunity to interact with these alternative farming techniques.

Since the orchard does not have a greenhouse, students plant in autumn and spring, according to the natural growing season of each vegetable.
Tomatoes, peppers, chives, aubergines, carrots and other fruits and vegetables are cultivated, and subsequently collected and consumed, with the necessary precautions taken by school kitchen staff.

Other programs within the sustainability project are: plant and grow along with your school tree, the sensory garden trail, “Reuse, reduce and recycle” and the challenge of new sustainable professions.


“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. “

Lola Montero

“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. “

Gemma Najas

“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. “

Chelo Pulido

“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 “

Manuel López




CDM is a bilingual private school located in Mairena del Aljarafe, a few minutes from the center of Seville, with facilities of more than 15,500 m², where architecture and pedagogy coincide with our philosophy of openness to the outside.