En una sociedad en la que el colegio tiene que competir con las consolas, internet, móviles, … tenemos un reto doble: apoyar a los que tienen más dificultades a la vez que abrir nuevos horizontes a todos los alumnos. En el Colegio Árula hemos asumido el reto de buscar la excelencia.
In this way, educational quality becomes our main objective, guiding our actions and encouraging our work.
There are three pillars on which the quality of Colegio Árula is based: Additional educational offering, modern facilities, and our absolute commitment.
Further education takes the form of 5 additional school hours per week and is focused on languages, reinforcement for core subjects, and sports:
We believe in collaborative work, a model in which workers are involved for the common good and take an active part in the performance of the centre by doubling their efforts to offer the best service to students and families. We can guarantee that EDUCATIONAL QUALITY is our raison d’être, seeking excellence in all our daily activities and offering our students the best of ourselves.
El compromiso, la implicación y el esfuerzo son valores que empapan nuestro trabajo diario, haciendo del capital humano nuestro mayor orgullo.
We can guarantee that EDUCATIONAL QUALITY is our raison d’être, seeking excellence in all our daily activities and offering our students the best of ourselves.
We offer complete and state-of-the-art facilities, several computer and audio-visual classrooms, workshops, laboratories and specific classrooms, digital blackboards and other computer and audio-visual equipment, psychomotor skills classrooms, the Guidance Department, a Family School, a complete range of extracurricular activities, a parental support service, the Music Academy… and much more (information about all this can be found on the website).
At Árula we are aware of how important safety is and, just as we want it for our children, we demand it for our students. We take care of our facilities and, in addition to the mandatory Emergency Plan, we have developed a Self-Protection Plan, giving the School an added value.
In case of possible emergencies, we have 8 first responders and more than 30 workers at the Centre have received First Aid training, including Infant teachers. We have first-aid kits at each section, a portable defibrillator, and an Emergency First-aid kit, and, in addition to an exhaustive food allergy monitoring, we also have an action protocol and a Centralised First-aid Kit with the emergency medicines that some students may need due to their special health conditions.
We work to ensure that the Centre’s coexistence rules favour a safe environment and therefore:
Thus, our students feel safe and can peacefully enjoy their School.