Primary extracurricular

Primary education extracurricular activities

Extracurricular activities are a good tool to complete the training of children and young people as they allow them to work and develop the multiple intelligences of each individual.

Sports

Sport at school
Once they have mastered the basic motor skills, students have the opportunity to get started in different sports: handball, basketball, hockey, football, judo ... on a rotating basis. The goal is for them to discover the full range of possibilities so that they can later choose what they like best. Being a non-competitive activity will encourage the playful side and the transmission of values specific to each sport.
Girls’ Volleyball
This activity is for girls. Volleyball players can start working on technical gestures and, for the first time, tactical aspects of mini volleyball. Great importance is also given to team dynamics and values such as respect, team spirit or effort. The activity is not competitive.
Basketball
Introduction to the technical work of basketball. Students can begin to work on more technical and tactical aspects without forgetting about the values of the sport such as respect or team spirit. The activity is not competitive. Through the game we work specifically to improve hand-eye coordination and the basic technical gestures of basketball.
Hockey
Introduction to the work of hockey technique. Students can begin to work on more technical and tactical aspects without forgetting about the values of the sport such as respect or team spirit. The activity is not competitive. Through the game we will work specifically to improve the coordination and basic technical gestures of hockey.
Football
Introduction to the technical work of football. Students can begin to work on more technical and tactical aspects without neglecting the values of the sport such as respect or team spirit. The activity is not competitive. Through the game we will work specifically on improving foot-eye coordination and the basic technical gestures of football.
Handball
Introduction to the technical work of handball. Students who choose handball can begin to work on more technical and tactical aspects without forgetting about the values of the sport such as respect or team spirit. The activity is not competitive. Through the game we work specifically to improve the coordination and basic technical gestures of handball.
Leisure and sports activities
This activity is aimed at students who want to perform different physical activities without the commitment of the official competition. The aim is to acquire healthy habits within a playful sports practice through the organization of physical activities and sports games.
Rhythmic gymnastics
This activity helps to improve motor skills, body knowledge, rhythm and movement within an artistic component. It encourages teamwork.
Skating
It improves coordination, balance and motor skills. It develops leg muscles and increase strength. The articulations acquire more elasticity.

English

English workshop
Using the foreign language outside the curricular context. Ipads are used to learn short stories and songs in order to learn grammatical structures of the language, thus increasing knowledge of vocabulary. We learn to use the foreign language correctly taking into account our own intonation, rhythm and structures to transmit diverse information according to a communicative purpose and using the available resources.
Arts and crafts
It is an activity designed to work on creativity and visual arts. Students in this extracurricular class use different materials and techniques to work the visual arts such as painting, clay, drawing, collage and the creation of decorative elements. All works involve an exercise in fine motor skills and aesthetics that encourage students' creativity. It is taught in English.

Creativity and technology

Theatre
In this activity we make the creative participation, the development and the individual realization possible. We enrich the codes of communication and we offer new forms of interaction of the students with their partners and the environment where they live. It stimulates memory, imagination, creativity and control of body movement.
Film creation
We introduce the basic tools, running an iPad, and storing and capturing photos. We introduce students to photo editing using different apps, followed by recording video images and then editing and creating small movies using the tools and apps that an iPad offers.
Robotics
We offer two levels: beginner, for beginners robotics as extracurricular class, and advanced for those who are in their second year. We work on creativity, directionality, fine motor skills, robotics and programming, always encouraging good teamwork. For intermediate and advanced students this activity is designed for students to develop their knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) in a playful way, promoting problem solving and teamwork. We are also working on the creation and programming of educational video games with Scratch 3.0.. 4th grade EP students have the opportunity to participate in the First Lego League Junior (FLLJr).

New habilities

Typing
Novotyping program is used to learn how to write quickly and safely on your computer. This is a typing adapted to new tecnologies. You need to learn the position of your body and fingers to work with your computer to avoid possible body ailments. Learning to write with all your fingers and speed makes it easy for students to work.
Mastercooking
Students learn and experiment with different rècipes. At the same time, they are taught the origin, properties and possibilities that the same ingredient can have in the kitchen. Students will be able to take their productions home.
Needle and thread
n this activity we make different types of stitches and activities. This activity is presented to develop manipulative aspects through activities carried out with thread and needle such as cross stitch and patchwork.
Scrapbooking
It is an activity designed to learn about craft creation techniques from ornaments, colored papers and materials of all kinds. We enhance creativity and students can save their photographs and memories in a more fun and beautiful way. We complete the activity with learning how to edit photography and create postcards and collages with the iPad.

Other extracurricular activities

Relaxation - Yoga 
From this activity students exercise breathing and learn to relax. It is an exercise that decreases aggression and promotes the ability to concentrate. Yoga for children helps to develop their creative potential and their ability to solve problems and overcome challenges. This activity helps The calm and less active student to activate his body and to strengthen his self-esteem.
Study
Fostering a work climate in a given space helps students to take advantage of time they need to devote in order to review the content worked on in the classroom. The presence of the teacher and his answer to the doubts raised encourages them to improve their learning. Teachers are present in the classroom for possible individualized questions.
Catechesis 
Middle school students who wish to prepare for the first communion with a program of activities and knowledge taught by catechists. Throughout the two years they prepare to receive the Sacrament and perform an emotional, lived and participatory ceremony. In order to make communion, it is necessary to complete the 2 whole courses of catechesis or to be able to accredit with a certification that has been done outside the center.
Science
Activity extracurricular directed by the well known physicist Dani Jiménez. Science club is an activity addressed to students that want to enjoy and experiment further about science, technology and creativity. They use experiments, challenges and problems of multiple solutions as a learning tool and science stimulation. There is a science Kit provided per each student that includes the material for the experiments during the several sessions. The physicist Dani Jiménez its present though Master class.