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Extracurricular activities

PRESPORTS

Through sports and motor games we look for the fun and motivation of the children and a development of sensomotor and occulomanual qualities. We promote the benefits of sport: cooperation, teamwork, respect, sportsmanship… and contribute to a comprehensive training of children. It is one of their favorite activities!

• Children between 2 and 8 years of age.
• Maximum of 9 children per group.
• The activity consists of one session per week of 55 minutes, by age group.
• Sports teacher specializing in children

PETIT FRANÇAIS

The aim of the class of Petit Français is the phonetic and lexical assimilation of the French language, through play activities, play, crafts, theater, etc.

• Children between 3 and 8 years of age.
• Maximum of 9 to 12 children per group, depending on age.
• The activity consists of one session per week of 50 minutes, by age group.
• Our teachers are native and have education and experience in children’s education

BALLET

Considered a Performing Art, ballet requires a lot of concentration on a psychological level, and flexibility, coordination and musical rhythm on a physical level. It is therefore recommended that this discipline be practised from a very early age, when children’s locomotor apparatus can assimilate and internalise dance movements and techniques more easily and fluently.

Ballet, as well as being an art form, is an exercise that has many positive physical and mental benefits for children.

• Children between 2 and 8 years of age.
• Maximum of 9 children per group.
• The activity consists of one session per week of 5O minutes per age group.
• In collaboration with the prestigious Antares dance school

EN-JOY ENGLISH

The objective of the en-JOY ENGLISH class is the phonetic and lexical assimilation of the English language, through play activities, play, crafts, theaters, cooking, etc.

• Children between 2 and 8 years of age.
• Maximum of 5 children per group..
• The activity consists of one session per week of 50 minutes, by age group.
• Our teachers are native or bilingual

YOGA FOR CHILDREN

Yoga originates from India and means “union”, because there is a connection with our inner self, as we learn to know and love ourselves, and because there is a second connection with the outside, as we learn to be in harmony with the environment. The practice of yoga for children has many benefits:

Improves posture: Yoga encourages good habits when sitting, walking, studying, practising sports, etc. This will help the child in his or her daily routine.
Increased self-esteem: The self-knowledge provided by yoga can help to improve a child’s self-esteem, as he or she learns to appreciate his or her faults and strengths.
Calm and relaxation: Breathing control, how to notice how the air passes through the body, are ways to bring calm to the child.
Concentration: The practice of yoga requires concentration, so the child will learn not to be distracted when doing this activity and will be able to use that skill when studying for example.
Fun: Fun is a must when it comes to children. Each pose is associated with an animal or a natural element, so children will have fun imitating the frog, the swan or the scorpion.
• Children between 2 and 8 years of age
• Maximum of 9 children per group.
• The activity consists of one session per week of 50 minutes, by age group.

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Testimonials

What our
Families say

“You are without a doubt the best possible school for our children.

We wish you the best in 2018 and we invite you to continue working
and giving as much love as always.

Regards.

Ignacio, Álvaro, Carla & Miguel

“Thank you for all these wonderful years with you, you are an amazing team. Our daughters could not have stayed in a better place the first years of his life.

Thank you very much for everything!”

Teresa

“It’s great to see that our children go to eduqa happy and to trust
they are left in the best hands.

I just hope I can find it in a school what we have found in eduqa.

I hope you enjoy your vacation and have time to rest.

See you soon!
Regards”

Elena & Jorge

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