Emotional intelligence is the ability to become aware of one's own emotions and that of other people and the ability to regulate them. We propose emotional education in the Center, as an educational process that aims to promote the development of emotional competencies as an essential element of human development, with the aim of training students for life and with the purpose of increasing personal and social well-being .
For this, we continue to develop within the tutorial action plan, activities related to emotional education, working on different thematic blocks: emotional awareness, emotion regulation, self-esteem, social and digital skills and life.
The use of new technologies brings curiosity, motivation, cooperative work and autonomy. In our school we educate students on what it means to be a digital citizen: We are what we publish, we know how to configure our privacy in networks, we know our rights and responsibilities, we know what cyberbullying is and how to avoid it and report it, etc.
Along the course, 5th and 6th grade primary and secondary school students collaborate with the Autonomous University of Madrid in an investigation on harassment through mobile phones or the internet (cyberbullying).
The objective of this research is to estimate the extent to which students are aware of their use of information and communication technology.
Our students also receive training from the National Police.
I will help you
The mediation team, made up of 15 children from 3rd to 6th grade of PE, has learned a
specific technique to achieve the objective: help resolve conflicts
between colleagues who appear on a day-to-day basis.
The 5 steps of mediation:
1: The mediators introduce themselves and the mediators explain the problem
2: Mediators paraphrase what they have heard to make sure they have a good understanding
3: Mediators ask those involved in the problem to propose solutions
4: The mediators suggest the solution that they consider to be the most convenient for both parties.
5: An agreement is signed between those who had the conflict, the mediators propose in the middle they think something positive about each other and express it.
TCA - Eating Disorders
The 3rd and 4th year ESO groups carry out Body Image workshops, by a specialist in Eating Disorders. The workshop addresses aspects related to the ideal of beauty, the influence of advertising and the media, gender stereotypes according to the physical, the physical demand of boys and girls and the myths about diet and exercise.
The general direction of women offers our primary and secondary students, three workshops whose objective is to stand out equal opportunities for girls and boys, promoting respect for human rights and strengthening self-esteem for better personal development.