Painting and Creativity
Children develop creativity experimenting with colour. They gradually learn to interpret the world around them.
Children learn through functional movement. It encourages communication, to respect rules and promotes listening skills.
Environmental conservation project
We teach children to respect and value the environment, to recycle, reuse and not waste natural resources.
Road safety project
This project involves both social and road safety as it teaches children the rules of the road and how to keep safe at all times.
Healthy eating project
Children are taught about nutrition and the importance of healthy eating.
Children experiment and create to learn about fire, earth, water and air.
Music is taught according to the Orff-Schulwerk method, internationally known as one of the main influences in music education. Orff-Schulwerk is an active and creative way of making music. The characteristic element is teaching music-movement-word as one, involving the whole person, individually and in groups. The aim of Orff-Schulwerk is to allow children to approach music in all its aspects; not just to learn the name of musical notes but allow them to create a vocabulary based exclusively on their experiences to make their own music. They will later be able to transfer the acquired skills to playing musical instruments.
This laboratory encourages children to approach and enjoy reading, stimulating them to discover, imagine, create, listen and play.
Our theatre lab focuses on children’s ability and desire to play. Both performing and watching plays help children get to know themselves better and develop the ability of evaluate.
Arts and crafts Lab
Various arts and crafts based on using their senses and creativity improve independence, competence and the ability to express themselves.
Our French lab is an additional step towards the knowledge of another language and culture to promote a proper European Identity.