It refers to the use of language as a medium to communicate, learn and regulate behaviour and emotions.
Logical and mathematical competence
Develops the ability to use numbers and perform basic math operations.
Competence for understanding and interacting with the physical environment
Ability to interact with the physical world, which involves setting skills in motion to act with autonomy and personal initiative in different areas of life.
Social and civic competence
Necessary social skills that will enable them to live in society and understand the reality of the world they live in.
Cultural and artistic competence
It brings children closer to the world around them, understanding and valuing different cultural and artistic manifestations.
Competence to learn how to learn
Learning to learn implies starting in learning and being able to continue autonomously, taking into account previous learning and experiences.
Autonomy and personal initiative
It is based on the knowledge of oneself that the child builds, on the development of personal values and attitudes, such as autonomy, self-esteem, responsibility, initiative and capacity to take risks and face problems.
It encourages the development of skills so that they learn to know their own feelings and emotions, social skills and empathy.