06/11/2013 a las 06:01
The José María Huarte School in Pamplona is a school participating in the British Programme. It was introduced there in 2007 and in that year two new classes of three year-olds were created who are now in their 4th year of primary education. In two years all the pupils at this school, who have both native British teachers and teachers qualified in English, will be covered by the programme.
The school also hosts a Summer School which offers therapy for children with Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Asperger’s Syndrome. The school promotes volunteer work and opens its doors and learning areas to those who carry out this work. 120 volunteers participated in this year’s summer school, for which the school would like to point out that this kind of cooperative learning would not be possible without the voluntary collaboration of parents, who held interactive workshops with pupils from the school.
Founded in 1967, the school works toward being a global learning community and a cultural reference point for the social environment. It hopes to open education to innovation and to involve everyone in order to guarantee a dynamic and inclusive school open to cultural, social and linguistic diversity.