Project-Based Learning is a globalised method of working that gives autonomy and prominence to students, making them responsible for their own learning. By working on projects, students learn to think for themselves, to research and learn from their successes and mistakes. This methodology gives children and teens the opportunity to choose what topics they want to work on and what interests them, allowing what they are learning to feel of relevance and real importance to them.

Our groups operate as a mini-society, establishing their own rules and action plans, signing a contract of commitment and cooperative work at the start of every course. They manage their budget and design the educational route until the end of their project where they must create a final product and presentation to present in front of a family audience. The entire process is carried out entirely in English.

Development of social skills and confidence in multiple areas becomes an inclusive tool that trains students to become active and committed citizens, not just within the school.

hands-on activities increase motivation in the classroom, and through projects students are allowed to mix science, art, music and many other topics with the English learning process.

Projects help facilitate and develop critical thinking and provide the scaffolding for the student to learn to perform the cognitive tasks that characterise it. Examples of critical thinking are: weighing up alternatives, finding the most efficient way to perform a task, balancing evidence, reviewing original ideas, drawing up plans, summarising arguments and many more.