CEIP Ntra. Sra. de la Victoria


Think and Create your own Hobbies - CEIP Ntra. Sra. de la Victoria

We are an infant and primary public school in the Community of Madrid in which bilingual education is taught. Our second language is English and it is learned Natural Science, Social Science, and Arts as well as in the English language lessons. We are a special school in the area as we count with a classroom for students diagnosed with autism. We call it “TEA classroom” and there are 5 students who go there. We are a group of 33 teachers and 410 students.
We have been working on Erasmus+ projects (KA1) for two years and we would like to go further in this by working on a KA2 project. Our Erasmus teachers are considered a very active group, who all of them want to learn new methodologies and improve in every opportunity we are offered. Previously, in our Erasmus+ projects we have done courses in Project-Based
Learning, Drama and Mindfulness. Also, we have carried out some job shadowing, such as in a Public Primary School in Bialystok (Poland), a Waldorf Primary School in Godollo (Hungary) and a Multilingual Primary School in Bolzano (Italy). We
have other job shadowing visits and courses planned too.
We are working also on an innovation project titled “Emocionate3”. We started two years ago with this project and it will continue up to the next school course. Because of this, we have included in our school different learning spaces such as radio, theatre, cinema, play center, and emotion-classroom. We have also designed a special program for our playgrounds called “Active
playgrounds” in which we have delimited also different areas such as traditional games, music area, reading corner, calm area, etc.

Think and Create your own Hobbies - CEIP Ntra. Sra. de la Victoria
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