The founding principles on which Colegio Árula’s educational offer is based:

Comprehensive Education: Harmonious development of the student in all educational dimensions to enhance the complete performance of their cognitive, social, emotional, attitudinal, physical, and motor skills.

We emphasise those aspects traditionally neglected by formal education such as Physical Education, Artistic Education, Creativity, and Emotional Intelligence.

Personalisation of learning processes: From an inclusive, plural and individualised education, we take care of classroom heterogeneity and adopt it as a source of richness. Understanding diversity as the focus on the entire universe of human beings, each child is a world and we care for all.
Social Engagement: We commit ourselves to the education of our students based on the firm acknowledgement of their rights and duties, while at the same time guiding them in learning to live together as citizens and proactive members who live and develop in a society.
Teaching in Freedom: Teaching in freedom and for freedom, respecting differences, promoting critical thinking, concerns, the eagerness to improve, and providing tools to achieve autonomy in learning.
Safety: We want all members of the Educational Community to find in our school a place where they can feel safe and that serves them as an educational model.
Closeness: We assume and foster the involvement of families in the education of their children, our students, throughout their entire school experience, respecting the different opinions concerning education, as well as the variety of existing family models.

One of our concerns is to enable the balance between family and working life. To this end, we offer families a wide range of services and activities that meet their needs.

Continuous improvement: We understand the need to be in a constant improvement process at the school as imperative, while at the same time, we want to transmit this lifestyle to both students and families. This process will enable us to always offer the best possible educational quality.
Innovation: Through the constant search for new ways of teaching, keeping up-to-date at all times with the different pedagogical trends that arise.
The use of new technologies as an integrated element in the dynamics of the classroom enables new forms of interaction between teachers, students, and families.
Internationalisation: Society and education have become globalised. The school cannot ignore this reality. To this end, we promote languages, especially English as the main language used in any interaction among two or more nationalities, and also German as a socio-economic reference in the European Union.