Preschool is the stage during which children develop on an emotional, affective, physical, motor, social and cognitive level. It is a key stage in the development of our very youngest students so each child’s progress is individually monitored; children work at their own pace within a warm, caring and stimulating environment.
Preschool Education gives children the chance to play together, build relationships and experiment with different hands-on activities. Psychomotor skills (the relationship between cognitive function and physical movement), English, music and swimming are an important part of this phase, providing a positive and stimulating environment that lays the foundations for your child’s educational future.
English immersion with our trilingual teachers is another distinguishing feature of our programme. Through play, music and art, amongst other activities, from a very young age our students learn to speak English and develop a positive attitude to other languages and cultures. From the age of 3 onwards, they can begin to learn Mandarin Chinese.
At Agora International School Barcelona, we believe every child forges his or her own path to learning, guided by our experienced and caring teaching staff. We promote creativity and a desire to learn through fun activities and experiments, such as art, play, games and music, helping our students grow as unique individuals and guiding them through their first steps on a lifelong journey of discovery.
A close home-school relationship is essential and from Preschool onwards we work closely with parents and families to guide our pupils on their journey up through the school. The children develop happily, playing and discovering their skills in a familiar environment with a great team of professionals who aim to cultivate a passion for learning.
With Happy Learning, you will see why our little ones are glad when Monday comes around!
“I really like the school. I have a really good time and it’s really fun: I paint, I learn Chinese, we have a really good time. At break time we look for insects and I play “Pica Pared” with my friends. It’s very important to share because we’re big and we have to behave well. We have to look after each other: that’s what our teachers tell us. The food at school is really tasty, even lettuce. I eat peaches, bananas and vegetables. I like peas and grandma’s stew, because at school they make it.”