RELATIONSHIPS WITH PEOPLES AND CULTURES
We aim to develop a feeling of active belonging to our culture in our students and encourage them to be open to all present and past peoples and cultures.
We feel fully integrated into the life and culture of San Sebastián and Euskadi. Through this, we want our students to build a sense of global citizenship.
SPACES & MOMENTS FOR RELATIONSHIPS WITH PEOPLES AND CULTURES
- We celebrate the festivals and traditions of our culture with both joy and intensity.
- We guide students through the social sciences to learn about the diverse cultures of the past and present to learn the best from each of them. We also have a weather station.
- We encourage cultural exchanges between our school and schools from other countries and cultures.
Past, present and future.
The 2nd-year ESO students enjoyed a guided tour of the Urdazubi Urdax caves. Strolling through its chambers, we relived tales of legendary characters, guerrillas and smugglers who once occupied them.
Our 2nd-year Baccalaureate students travelled to Paris for a short break before the final exams and la selectividad (Spanish equivalent to the British GCSE). The students visited different emblematic locations in the French capital and cohabited with their classmates.