Personalised education is not about focusing on the uniqueness of the learner or separating learners by gender or level of education, nor is it about counselling learners in non-school hours. It is a more complex term that involves different facets of learning.
Rituals and traditions
We understand the importance of celebrating important dates in the calendar, bringing shape to the year and giving students events to look forward to and get involved in. Along with celebrating cultural festivals we mark academic milestones, and celebrate achievements, and host regular all-school assemblies.
The house system at Coruña British International School
Coruña British International School follows the British tradition of the house system - in which every student is assigned to one of four“houses”for sporting activities, competitions, and other school-wide events.
In the houses, students of all ages work together to gain“house points”and take part in competitions such as the annual Sports Day to win glory for their house. This allows collaboration between different age groups and ensures that students get to know other children outside of their year group. Each house has a House Captain chosen annually, an opportunity to learn about leadership from a young age.
The four houses at Coruña School are:
Building connections between different age groups.
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