Fomento schools promote the development of multilingual competence. Following the recommendations of the Council of Europe, it is part of a teaching model focused on developing communication skills. The learning of English is done by immersion in Pre-Primary, through the programs and innovative projects developed by Fomento such as Hello Sally or Magic Talk! In Primary and Secondary School, the CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) methodology is used in projects such as ChildTalks!

The mastery of the English language of our students is supported by the Cambridge exams, certificates referenced at the levels indicated by the Council of Europe.


Course European Level Cambridge Exam
Baccalaureate C1 Advanced (CAE)
4th ESO y 1st BAC B2 First (FCE)
2nd ESO B1 Preliminary (PET)
6th Primary A2 Key (KET)

Academic programs

Fomento offers stays of varying length in English-speaking countries, such as Ireland, Canada or the United States. Our students stay in families that welcome them as one more member of the family. They live for weeks or months, at home and at school, in an environment similar to their own and in communicative surroundings, allowing them to continue developing their learning of English. During their stay, pupils will receive the advice of a teacher from Fomento

Innovation projects

Bilingualism | Pre-Primary School

Hello Sally!

A project developed by Fomento in the first cycle of Pre-Primary School. Through contents based on family situations and songs, students are introduced to the use of language in order to gradually develop linguistic production and the construction of new knowledge

Bilingualism | Pre-Primary School

Magic Talk!

A speech project aimed at working on communication skills from a playful approach at second cycle of Pre-Primary School.

Bilingualism | Pre-Primary School

Magic Dragon

A linguistic immersion project developed by Fomento for the second cycle of Pre-Primary School in which the development of communicative competence is promoted from the age of 3 years. It includes projects such as Magic Dragon Phonics, Magic Dragon Drama, and Magic Talk!

Bilingualism | Pre-Primary School

Magic Dragon Drama

The staging of everyday situations makes it easier for infants to speak English in a real context, which is very important for them. They learn new vocabulary and linguistic structures, get better at pronunciation and feel they are learning and gain overall confidence.

Bilingualism | Pre-Primary School

Magic Dragon Phonics

A program that complements the phonetic competence of students with activities aimed at achieving the correct articulation of English language sounds.

Bilingualism | Pre-Primary School

English Corner

From the age of three, small conversation groups, led by native speakers, take place to develop our students' oral skills. In Primary, they continue working on their skills in order to get their PreA1 - A1 (Primary Year 1 and 2) and A2 - B1 (Primary Year 3 to 6).

Bilingualism | Primary School

Child Talks!

In Primary School, the students, already accustomed from Pre-Primary School to the Magic Talk! speaking project, continue to express their ideas, experiences, knowledge, etc., in a personal, fluent and frequent way, and in English. Through Child Talks!, pupils develop their communication skills.

Bilingualism | Primary School

Walking into English

Project of Development facilitates the acquisition of English through the use of Natural Science, Social Science and Artistic Expression. Emphasis is placed on communicative competence, in the observation and exploration of events, in group work and in oral presentations.

Bilingualism | Primary School

Drama Walking into English

The English Language area includes dramatisation, giving rise to this project in Primary School, as a continuation of Magic Dragon Drama in Pre-Primary, which uses the dramatisation of traditional as well as everyday stories.

Bilingualism | Secondary School

Teen Talks!

Teen Talks has been created to continue our public speaking project Child Talks, developed in Primary, to make sure our students continue improving their oral skills. The project works on the following public speaking skills: our students’ listening comprehension, drama, speech structure and expressions of politeness.

Bilingualism | Secondary School

Journey into history

Journey into History is a CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) project for ESO in which history is taught based on this methodology. The project combines loads of activities; such as oral activities, group activities, or listening activities to improve not only our students’ knowledge, but also all other important skills needed in the second language acquisition process.

Bilingualism | Secondary School

Team Talks!

Team Talks is a project aimed at secondary students to continue working on the appropriate skills to carry out a formal debate.

Bilingualism | Secondary School | Baccalaureate

Speaking Time

A project aimed at Secondary School (ESO) students, directed by a native person who works with groups of two people. Its objective is the achievement of B2 and C1

Bilingualism | Secondary School | Baccalaureate


A project developed by Fomento at the Secondary School (ESO) and Baccalaureate stages, which allows students to continue developing communication skills. This project is based on argumentation and discussion on various topics, whilst respecting the opinions of others at all times.