We aim to create a stimulating and caring environment which enables all students to reach their potential and by doing so, develop their skills and confidence in all areas of life
COBIS Compliance Report, 2021BIC Sant Agustí
The school should be commended for the high level of use that it makes of the opportunities available in the local community to enhance pupil's learning
We are very fortunate to have many beautiful beaches within walking distance from the school. Subjects such as Geography and Art lend themselves to trips to the beach, where our students can explore and develop a range of skills from mapping the local area and discovering beach wildlife, to sketching boats at the sailing club.
As a school, we work hard to educate our students about marine conservation and plastic pollution. We collaborate with the Save the Med foundation and regularly participate in beach cleans around the island.
All of our students from Nursery through to Year 6 are given the opportunity to explore nature and the environment using the forest, where it fits in with the curriculum. Exploring the forest provides opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a natural environment.
Only a 5-minute walk from school at Port Calanova, home to the Spanish National Sailing School, a highly qualified team encourage our students to test their skills and master the art of sailing, kayaking and other exciting water sports. This is offered as an element of our physical education curriculum and is available as an after-school club throughout the year.