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- 1 Heat Stroke
- 2 The 2nd graduating Baccalaureate promotion 2020/2022
- 3 Marina Rojas, winner of the I Scientific Contest organized by The English Centre
- 4 Extracurricular Activities 2021-2022
- 5 Dragon Boat Festival (端 午 节 )
- 6 Ukraine Project
- 7 Spring allergy and otitis
- 8 Exploring Spring in the garden
- 9 We celebrate International Internet Day with WomANDigital
- 10 IB Exams at Yago School
- 11 Nursery Farm Project
- 12 Trip to the farm school Los Hinojos
Heat stroke is caused by extreme elevation of body temperature due to heat exposure. This exposure can lead to loss of water and mineral salts that alter the body’s thermal regulation system. Overheating follows from this.
The Graduation Ceremony of the 2nd graduating Baccalaureate promotion 2020/2022 last Friday, May 27th, was an incredibly memorable celebration, as we once again celebrated the graduation of a group of students that shines for their personal and academic excellence. Our students are more than prepared and excited to begin a new stage.
The Extended Essay is one of the core components of the IB Diploma Programme (DP), an individual student-led research project, completed after two years with a 4,000-word essay.
This academic year Yago School has been committed to continue developing an excellent educational curriculum, paying special attention to the extracurricular activities that contribute to the complete development of our students. The quantity and diversity of options that we offer at Yago School, always thinking in our students and their wider development, making it possible for them to practice other disciplines that students can choose from 17:15 in the afternoon.
At our international nursery we start teaching the Chinese language at the age of 2, when the brain of our youngest children is more plastic and they can learn their phonemes naturally. Together with the language, we develop their open and global mindset and introduce them to this ancient country’s culture.
At Yago School we always try to be up to the circumstances and since the tremendous conflict in Ukraine arose, which has marked us all, we could not do nothing about such a tremendous situation.
Yago School Nurse actively collaborates with the management team to promote and encourage health in the school, offering its vision as professionals through health workshops and training courses and encouraging students to promote healthy habits and lifestyle.
A great day to discover spring, its plants and bugs! Yago School offers a whole world of nature; large fields, gardens, vegetable patches, woods…, an idyllic, healthy environment in which to play freely, climb, recognise and observe animals and bugs, an essential space to encourage the best possible cognitive and emotional development.
We celebrate International Internet Day with WomANDigital. This Andalusian commitment for science and technology aims to promote gender equality and encourage participation in the ICT sector.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is taught at Yago School in both English and Spanish, on its own or integrated in the Spanish curriculum and, although it is focused on students between 16 and 19 years old, the student profile and the teaching-learning approaches begin to be worked on from the moment our students join Infant.
This second term we have been working on the exciting Farm Project comprehension project that has given us great moments and in-depth learning about the farm and its animals.
The trip to the farm school of Los Hinojos is part of our curriculum and it is one of our favourite activities for our students. This experience, particularly at early ages, encourages the children’s autonomy, fostering confidence and independence.