Own kitchen with menus assessed by a paediatric nutritionist to avoid fried, sugary and processed foods. Special diets for all type of allergies, intolerances and religious beliefs.
We have different bus routes serving a large part of Castellón: Onda, Villarreal, Castellón, Benicasim, Benicarló, Peñíscola.
From 07.30 to 09.00 and 16.30 to 17.30
Music at the International English School of Castellón, is built on two pillars : Curricular music and individual music lessons.
Every child plays an instrument:
Our curricular classes are group classes that form part of the curriculum where all students from Year 2 to Year 7 are given the opportunity to study an instrument. The children learn about music from playing , participating in and enjoying music. These groups include wind instruments, percussion, piano and string instruments and are taught by highly qualified musicians with experience of playing at a professional level and a keen interest in music education.
The school is developing music at the earliest level with music a key part of learning in our Early Years department.
Students can take music further by choosing to study GCSE and A level music to complete their learning.
One to one classes:
Our individual music lessons offer the opportunity to discover their chosen instrument at a deeper level. Our learning is based on the requirements and curriculum of the Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) based in the UK, which provide a clear structure to levels of learning across all instruments from beginners to preparation for conservatoire and music degree entrance. The ABRSM grades are recognised by educational institutes and employers around the world. There is no obligation to follow this, however and programmes can be adapted to suit the needs of the individual.
Individual lessons are supported by music theory lessons which promote understanding of the music the children are playing.
Children are given the opportunity to perform regularly in formal and informal settings through concerts, talent shows and pop up performances throughout the year.
Judo, Dance School, Ballet, Yoga, Kitsune (Early Stimulation), Chess, Football, Skating, Educachef (Cooking).
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Duke of Edinburgh's International Award
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award equips young people for life. It is the world’s leading youth achievement award. In 2015 more than 1.1 million young people around the world took part in the Award in over 140 countries and territories. Since the Award’s launch 60 years ago, it has inspired millions of young people to transform their lives.Duke of Edinburgh
By creating opportunities for young people to develop skills, get physically active, give service and experience adventure, the Award can play a critical role in their development outside the classroom. It also allows their achievement to be consistently recognised worldwide, giving young people unique international accreditation of their experiences.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is transforming individuals, communities and societies around the world. Young people who do the Award become more confident and resilient, and develop skills in areas such as communication, problem solving and leadership. This in turn impacts on their communities, who see improvements in areas including employability, health and wellbeing, and educational attainment.
We have a nurse during the school day. This service not only covers medical emergencies that may arise on a daily basis, but is a fundamental pillar in the school community as a whole and attends; academic, emotional and social aspects of school life.
In addition to intervening in the first instance in the event of minor incidents, it provides treatment for children with chronic or specific illnesses, and attends to and supports students with other pathologies (allergies, diabetes, asthma, etc.). The service also carries out preventive work and health education for students and teachers.
The nursing service is also fundamental in the application of the protocols for action in the face of emergencies or current or future epidemiological alerts, including the protocols for Covid-19.