Brains international Schools
In our schools, we prepare students to be integral and competent, capable of responding confidently to change and proud to have been educated with us.
The 5 foundations of the Brains Method
Our project’s internationality is the focal point of who we are, guaranteeing our students’ ability to speak several languages and respect other cultures by promoting an open and global mentality. We educate students with real-life experiences so they can face any challenge with great enthusiasm and optimism.
Our Emotional Intelligence, Values Education and Coexistence Programmes are aimed at educating responsible, committed, tolerant and caring people who will acquire the necessary social and emotional skills to achieve a high level of personal welfare, always respecting oneself, others and the environment.
Movement in learning is key in every stage (both for psychomotricity as well as for body expression and creativity) for our students to carry out physical exercise that can improve their physical and mental health, self-esteem and social relations. Thus, they will achieve the necessary autonomy and capacity of reflection to internalise the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
Our Educational Innovation Department (DIP) analyses all the technological developments and methodologies to further introduce them in our classrooms. Our teachers are therefore content creators who encourage students to think, believe and question in the most active and motivating way possible
UNIQUE ACADEMIC FORMATION
We support active methodologies, personal content, teachers and especially our students, each of whom are different and special in their own way.
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