Four years, and four generations of pupils listening to stories from their very first day at Dallington school. Our new pupils, with their parents and teachers have those special soft-landing moments, when they listen to the story of the Magical Dallington Forest, and meet the Dallington fairies. They absolutely love the story of our school!
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Cuatro años, cuatro generaciones de alumnos escuchando cuentos desde su primer día, cuando nuestros niños, en esos días tan especiales del periodo de adaptación, escuchan junto a sus padres y profesores, el cuento del bosque mágico de Dallington, y conocen a nuestras hadas. Les encanta nuestro cuento! Se trata de una historia que simboliza la
In Dallington School we plan half termly topics that we feel will inspire the children’s curiosity, understanding and development. All seven main areas of learning in EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) are implemented into the outdoor curriculum and planning is cross curricular across all areas. Throughout the EYFS curriculum we are always incorporating children’s skills
We are happy to announce that Dallington School is now officially a new member of NABSS, the prestigious association of British Schools in Spain (the formal presentation can be seen in https://www.nabss.org/dallington-school/). We would like to make the most of the announcement by explaining the differences between the British Council and NABSS. ¿What is the relationship
Phonics are the essential reading instructions that teach children the systematic and predictable relationships between written letters and spoken sounds. Through phonics, pupils acquire and apply the knowledge and skills to accurately read familiar words, decode and sound out new words. Here at Dallington School we follow a six phase course for Nursery to Year
Nos alegra anunciar que Dallington School es ya oficialmente el nuevo socio de la prestigiosa asociación de colegios británicos de España, NABSS (National Asociation of British Schools of Spain). Si queréis ver la presentación de Dallington School en NABSS podéis acceder a: https://www.nabss.org/dallington-school/ Queremos aprovechar el anuncio para explicar la diferencia entre el British Council
¿Qué preferimos, que nuestros alumnos sólo recuerden y comprendan, o que vayan más allá y apliquen los conocimientos, los analicen, los evalúen y creen otros nuevos? Ése es nuestro objetivo, no conformarnos; conseguir que el equipo docente de Dallington School comparta un estilo de enseñanza caracterizado por el uso de técnicas y metolodogías a través
On Friday 12th January the Reception classes went on their visit to Cosmo Caixa! The children were all very excited as we boarded the bus and sang songs all the way with the teachers. Once there, Reception A went into the instructor led room first and Reception B explored the exciting science activities. Then we
The children at Dallington School follow the British National Curriculum. They have the added benefit of comprehensive Spanish education as well as the opportunity to learn to read, write and speak French. The classroom community not only provides an academic education but also strives to develop the student´s social and moral well-being. Personalised learning It
Education at every stage: Early Years Development at Dallington School, a British School in Parque Conde de Orgaz, Arturo Soria, Madrid. Early Years schooling is an extremely important time in a child´s development, as it represents their introduction to formal education and encourages them to develop a wide range of both social and academic skills.
¿En qué se basa el curriculum británico en la etapa de educación Infantil? Melissa Field, EYFS Lead Teacher de Dallington School, Colegio Británico en el Parque Conde Orgaz, Arturo Soria, nos da las claves para entenderlo. Los años de Educación Infantil son extremadamente importantes para el desarrollo evolutivo del niño, ya que representan la entrada
The student council is the voice of the students in our school. There are 5 children in the student council, each of whom is voted for by their classmates. The student council will meet once a month to discuss any good ideas they have or how they think there can be improvements made at school.