Methodological principles

We aim to achieve integral development and contribute to their physical, emotional, social and cultural development.

Globalizing approach

The globalizing principle aims to respect the natural way in which the child learns, perceiving reality as a whole among themselves. It considers that the learning carried out by students is the product of numerous connections between new knowledge and that which has already been learned or experienced.

Meaningful learning

Activities that are meaningful to the child, so that they can associate previous experiences with new learnings that contribute to their development. For that learning to be carried out is necessary that activities and games have a clear and motivating meaning for the child.

Active Methodology

Stimulate the child to be the real protagonist of their learning.

We want them to actively participate in the construction of their own learning and curiosities, in a way that encourages observation, manipulation and experimentation.

The game stands out as the main activity of this stage.


Learning scenarios in which the child finds moments to group with peers, connect and deal with game situations in which they have to interact with the others.

The socialization of children with their peers and with adults will be favoured.

Basic Skills

We give a lot of importance to working through basic competences. As an important point and to stimulate children of these ages, we have a series of items organised by core competencies or skills, which contribute to the development of capacities or abilities that will enable them to become increasingly competent in different fields of life.

We are working on these items throughout the year as a way of reinforcing the children’s capacities.

We understand as core competence the capability or ability of the child to apply attitudes, skills and knowledge effectively at the same time and in an interrelated way.

  • Linguistic communication

    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.

  • Emotional competence

    It encourages the development of skills so that they learn to know their own feelings and emotions, social skills and empathy.