Quality and innovation

Fomento’s schools promote educational quality and innovation. At each educational stage and in each area, teachers promote skills, abilities and strategies with the aim that students become good people, good citizens and good professionals.

Multilingual competence, artistic instruction, technological media and sport also have a very important value in the Fomento educational project.

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 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

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 | Primary School

English Corner

A program that, in Pre-Primary School and Primary School, promotes the development of oral skills in English. Native teachers hold conversations with students in groups of 2 or 3.

Pre-Primary School

We read and understand

It is an innovative method developed by Fomento to learn to read and write. It adapts to girls’ and boys’ cognitive development and respects their learning pace. They are complemented by The Reading Corner, a library tailored to girls and boys, where they can enjoy books.

Pre-Primary School | Primary School

The Oratory game

Its objective is that our students improve their oral expression by recreating everyday situations within the classroom. Through this game, girls and boys make a start in the art of oratory.

Pre-Primary School | Primary School | Secondary School

Fun Mathematics

It is a program developed by Fomento, in which students incorporate mathematical reasoning in a fun manner. They learn with materials and didactics developed by Fomento, such as Prime Number Cards, e-BOX, the 'equation box', or the CLAG (Concrete, Linguistic, Algebraic and Graphic) method.

Pre-Primary School

Chess Project

AFrom the age of 4, the Chess project that is part of the Fun Mathematics project, helps to develop attention spans, temporal space orientation and memory, among other things.

Pre-Primary School

Programming workshop

We incorporate educational programming in the last Pre-Primary School year with the use of Bee-Bot, a small bee-like robot. Girls and boys of 5 years enjoy games and activities related to the language of programming.

Pre-Primary School

iPad workshop

This is a game and technology workshop. Adapted to the pace of each child, students enjoy selected applications with pedagogical criteria. In the first year of Pre-Primary School, the youngest pupils will introduce themselves with the Digital Workshop.

Pre-Primary School

Creativity workshop

Developing students’ creative thinking by having them provide innovative ideas and solutions. Dramatisation, role play and brainstorming are some of the activities involved.

Pre-Primary School

Scientific workshop

This is a place of simple experimentation where boys and girls observe, manipulate and play with everyday objects that arouse their curiosity.

Pre-Primary School

Literary workshop

Here they develop reading comprehension and written expression through pictograms, words, phrases or different types of texts (stories, poetry, fables. In the first year of Pre-Primary, the youngest pupils take part in a Story Workshop.

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 | 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.

Primary School

Chess

Chess is one of the Fun Mathematics games. It is a teaching instrument whose learning and practice develops intellectual skills (reasoning, concentration, strategy development, problem solving, memory...). It also improves the degree of autonomy, self-confidence, understanding of rules and the willingness to play with others.

Primary School

Scratch

A project in which students learn to create animations, interactive stories and games with the computer, facilitating the learning of programming in a very intuitive way.

Bilingualism | Secondary School | Baccalaureate

Speaking Corner

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

Primary School | Secondary School | Baccalaureate

STEAM project

A program that brings together different learning methodologies that develop logical thinking and experimentation. They are framed within this Scratch program in Primary School, the Fomento Science Project and the Physics and Chemistry Projects in ESO and BAC.

Secondary School | Baccalaureate

Robotics

A project developed by Fomento at the Baccalaureate level that introduces students to the design and construction of robots, promoting interdisciplinary learning in STEAM areas (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics).

Secondary School | Baccalaureate

Entrepreneurship

Based on Learning through Projects, entrepreneurship training is provided, with the objective that students learn and acquire skills that will benefit them in the future.

Secondary School | Baccalaureate

Debate

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.