Real life is a not limited to a closed space. School is much more than a series of classrooms and this week is the perfect example of this. We have students spread across different educational spaces: 1st of ESO just came back from La Molina….
2nd of ESO finished their week with a great performance of Oliver Twist and are now completing and enjoying their Cross Curricular Credit in Cadaqués.
3rd of ESO is doing the same in L’Estartit.
Class 6 is exploring Carcassone and practising their French.
Nursery 2 went on their very first trip to Can Ribas.
And finally, Nursery 3 today and Foundation 4 and 5 tomorrow are holding their Sports Days both inside and outside.
There are no boundaries to learning. The world itself, with its human and cultural wealth, is the perfect space to observe, investigate, interact, make connections and get to know ourselves and others.
“If I stretch, I crawl; If I crawl, I walk; if I walk, I will start to run, jump and get to know my body, understand myself and those around me”.
During a child’s first years of life, there are so many things to learn: balancing the head, controlling eye movements, discovering hands and feet and fingers and toes, grasping and holding objects, learning to roll over, rocking on knees and hands or learning how to sit.
We invite you to see the following video in which children in Nursery 1 begin to explore their world.