1) Weekly timetable for years 8, 9 and 10.
5 hours of maths and extra workshops to further develop thinking skills(‘playing’ with numbers and logic games).
1 hour of science, 2 hours of ICT and 1.5 hours of physics.
Either 3 hours of history or 3 hours of geography or 3 hours of moral and civic education (one per term),
1 hour of philosophy.
5 hours of French (one hour of which, is etymology (study the history of words) to develop a love of the French language).
8 hours of English (setted by fluency) this includes 2 hours of sport, 1 hour of art and 1 hour of music.
2.5 hours of Spanish
2) Small pupil – teacher ratio:
to develop strong learning attitudes; learning relationships; motivate and inspire our students and ensure success.
3) Opportunity to stay at homework club
or in the library with a studious atmosphere while waiting for working parents.