Compulsory Secondary Education AT TÚRBULA SCHOOL
Compulsory Secondary Education
Compulsory Secondary Education consists of 4 courses (12 to 16 years). Our task is to accompany students in their evolution from child to adolescent, and to respond to the diversity of interests, motivations and abilities that each of our students may have. The aim of the stage is to achieve the basic skills that promote the autonomy necessary for learning and personal development and social.
Turbulent students must be able to grow freely, be able to think critically and, in order to do so, he needs meaningful learning where he is the protagonist, with autonomy and respect for others. The basics of ESO are:
the different curricular disciplines
Learning the different curricular disciplines
both common and optional, based on experimentation and knowledge.
The student learns by doing. We offer splits in Natural Sciences, in which the student can experience each week the contents given in the classroom. Splits in Technology, in which students work and learn to use ICT as users or programmers. Split in Ed. Physics by introducing aquatic activities into the curriculum. The student’s approach to new areas such as Robotics.
The importance of languages in general and English in particular.
We believe that the use of the English language is an asset in our education. We have been participating in international projects for many years and have been extending hours of English language subjects following the CLIL approach (CLIL). We offer a second foreign language, Irish native assistants in small groups, flexible language groups, two teachers in the classroom, exchanges with foreign schools, Participation in the Experimental Group for Plurilingualism (GEP) Project. Natural sciences from 1st and 2nd, Music from 3rd and 4th, A taste of art in 3rd and English language workshop in all courses. We offer preparation for the PET and FIRST exams.
We are all the same, we are all different
Attention to diversity
We care for each of our students from their diversity, no teenagers are alike. Every student is different and every student learns differently. To achieve this, we will use flexible groups, small groups and different levels and optional subjects, both reinforcement and extension.
Help the student make future decisions
Career guidance for students will help them make future decisions at the end of the compulsory stage.