Distinctive elements of our educational project
Our educational project takes place on two campuses, starting the first stages of Infant Education at Agora Príncipes and concluding the Baccalaureate stage at Agora Granada College, and is defined by 5 distinctive elements: the International Baccalaureate as a model for the future, multilingualism, STEAM, sport and the commitment to provide our pupils with the tools to grow as global citizens who can shape the world.
IB: A model for the future
The International Baccalaureate® (IB) provides students with a complete and demanding curriculum accepted by the most prestigious universities in the world. It is a model for the future that develops students' key skills for academic, professional and personal success, helping them to achieve their goals in an international context.
We prepare our students for an international future. We offer a multilingual educational project, with linguistic immersion beyond English, which allows them to master their official language along with English, French and Chinese. To complete the linguistic programme, they have access to international events, exchanges and stays in different destinations.
STEAM: Science and Arts
Art and Science through STEAM abilities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) is a teaching approach that encourages group work and the integration of highly related skills. These five competencies are the key to the integral development of children since they provide enormous cognitive and personal benefits and enhance their communication skills.
Sport, Health and Fitness
Sports help to develop and promote values such as perseverance, self-improvement and teamwork, also enhancing social skills. At Agora Granada College and Agora Príncipes, we instil in our pupils a passion for sport and healthy lifestyle habits so that they become physically and emotionally balanced adults.
Shaping the world
Children entering education today will graduate as young adults in 2030. Our mission is to prepare them for jobs that have not yet been created, for technologies that have not yet been invented, and to solve problems that have not yet been anticipated. We must encourage our young people to embrace and shape their own futures and to understand that they form part of a wider international community and are capable of shaping the world.