Personalised learning

We accompany the child in their integral growth, favouring their learning and socialisation. We work so that each student can make their way, whatever their pace and direction, helping them build good self-esteem by recognising their effort and progress.

We use different strategies to reach each pupil, such as working in small groups or splitting classes. We establish the necessary individual educational reinforcements or extensions within the school timetable. Once the child’s route is defined, we support them in overcoming the bumps, curves, and adverse weather that may arise along the way without forgetting the families and accomplices in this great adventure. We offer parents the information and guidance they need so that the family can indeed play its part.


Emotional well-being

We educate from the bond, facilitating a safe environment and relationships. The adult is close and secure, transmitting calmness and assertiveness, so relationships are based on mutual respect.

Individual responsibility is encouraged, and the main aim is for students to achieve independence, self-discipline, and skills for life progressively. Our school psychologist offers parenting school for the families and internal training for the staff so that the whole community is educated on positive discipline.

We are a KIVA school

Prevention is key. As such, we reinforce our values teaching programme and bullying intervention protocols with KIVA ( Kiva is the prestigious programme developed by the Finnish Ministry of Education, whose effectiveness in preventing and managing bullying has been demonstrated in rigorous scientific studies.

Programme for the prevention of psycho-affective diseases and health promotion in early childhood

The social function of prevention (sex education, drug addiction prevention, digital well-being, road safety education) is the essential framework for the promotion of the integral health of the human being; therefore, The English School integrates this project within the teaching it provides, with the fundamental objective of achieving an empathetic understanding of the maturation process of children, better understanding their affective needs through reading not only of their behaviour but also of their emotional reactions.