Junior & Secondary School sport and extra-curricular activities

Football Club Year 2 – Year 6

Football has numerous benefits for the development of children and teenagers. Not only does it stimulate physical and cognitive development but it also helps develop values such as teamwork and sportsmanship. This activity will take place in C/ Condes del Val 12 for children from Nursery 2 – Year 1. For children from Year 2 – Year 6 the activity will take place at Zona Norte (La Cabrera) and the school will provide transportation to and from the football pitch each week.


Children will learn to dance to the rhythm of music using both their hands and feet. The children will work alongside the flamenco teacher to learn a dance routine in order to be able to perform in an end of year show. The Dance School María Rosa will organise and host this event.


European Youth Parliament – Year 12 – Year 13

European Youth Parliament is an apolitical and non-partisan organisation with an educational spirit aimed at addressing the needs of European youth.
EYP is aimed at 15-24 year olds from all over Europe who are open, tolerant and active citizens. It is a forum for reflection and expression of their opinions on a wide range of topics from the world around them. It encourages independent thinking and socio-political initiative in young people to facilitate the learning of crucial social and professional skills.
Debates cover a wide range of topics, often related to international politics or human rights, but also including fields such as climate change, health and energy. Guided by peer moderators, young people take part in a series of activities, which give them the opportunity to build their knowledge on such topics and their ability to discuss them eloquently and passionately.
More than 30,000 young people, including 3,500 volunteers, take part in EYP events every year.

Study Skills (only available on the first term) – Year 7 – Year 13

Each week will focus on a different technique or tool for studying and revising. Students can bring a topic or lesson from one of their classes with which to apply their new skills.