Upper School

In Upper School, the curriculum consists of different groups of subjects following inquiry units. In all of them, students take a context and a concept as a starting point for investigation. This involves learning which is then addressable to all areas of their personal and intellectual growth.

The rearticulating of education, therefore, arises from the very subjects which are taught at all levels throughout the school. All of them represent a clear pedagogical disruption, the result of a profound questioning of education which was basically designed for the parameters of the 19th century. At St. Peter’s we have put together a smart curriculum that indicates an abrupt and radical change from classical teaching models.

New subjects such as Exponential Sciences, Exonomics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Consciousness and Transhumanism, Communication, or Global Perspectives have already materialised. The inclusion of these subjects and themes at an early age is not only possible but also stimulates the intellectual curiosity of the student, who becomes fascinated by what the future might hold.

The students continue to take part in projects that involve national and international schools, with students from all over the world. One of these projects is the MUN Barcelona, which takes place every year at the school premises. Also from the STEM department (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), we carrie out projects that enhance mathematical, scientific and technological skills (including programming and robotics).



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