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ANDALUSIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM CEIP BILINGUAL SCHOOL ‘SAN MIGUEL’. ARMILLA CEIP Bilingual School 'San Miguel' Coordinator: Armilla. Spain. Yolanda Comenius ProjectEgea 2012- Bernet 2014


OUTLINE  Political & territorial organization  Andalusian educational system  Our school  Our educational school programmes CEIP Bilingual School 'San Miguel' Armilla. Spain. Comenius Project 20122014


SPANISH POLITICAL AND TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION The Spanish Constitution of 1978 states which competencies are autonomous for each region and which come under the Spanish State. There are 17 Autonomous Regions, Andalusia is one of them, with eight provinces. Each region has legislative autonomy and executive competences, and they administer themselves by their own representatives.


DECENTRALIZED MODEL EDUCATION

OF

DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES IN EDUCATION CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

General organisation of the system, minimum requirements for schools, international cooperation in education, policies to encourage and coordinate research, general planning of education and regulation of academic and professional qualifications, High inspectorate, policies on financial support for studies, ownership and administration of public institutions abroad, establishment of the legal basis for foreign institutions in Spain, education statistics for state purposes, etc.


AUTONOMOUS REGIONS

Administrative responsibility within their territories, creation and authorization of institutions, staff management, curriculum development, student guidance and support, financial support and aids. LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE

Provision of sites for building public institutions, maintenance and refurbishment of pre-primary and primary schools, planning extracurricular and supplementary activities, monitoring compulsory schooling, etc. SCHOOLS

Schools are autonomous in organisational, educational and financial matters. The aim of such autonomy is to achieve a better adaptation and better use of allocated resources, as well as to facilitate a model of educational action which best meets the students’ needs and the characteristics of the school environment.


TYPES OF SCHOOLS IN SPAIN In Spain there are public schools, laical and free, and private schools. The schools are named: • Colegio for: Infant Education (Educación Infantil) Primary Education (Educación Primaria) • Instituto for: Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) Higher Secondary Education ≈ Sixth Form (Bachillerato) Specific Vocational Training (Formación Profesional)


DESCRIPTION OF SPANISH EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM VOLUNTARY EDUCATION

INFANT EDUCATION BASIC, FREE & LAICAL EDUCATION IN STATES SCHOOLS

COMPULSORY EDUCATION

COMPULSORY PRIMARY SECUNDARY EDUCATION & EDUCATION

NON COMPULSORY EDUCATION

HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION ≈ SIXTH FORM

or

MIDDLE LEVEL SPECIFIC VOCATIONAL TRAINING CYCLES

HIGHER EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY

or

HIGHER LEVEL SPECIFIC VOCATIONAL TRAINING CYCLES

SPECIALISED STUDIES

LANGUAGE STUDIES

in language schools

ARTISTIC STUDIES

in conservatories

SPORT STUDIES

in sport schools


CEIP Bilingual School 'San Miguel' Armilla. Spain. Comenius Project 20122014


GENERAL FUNDAMENTS

CHILDREN BETWEEN 0 & 6 AGE

VOLUNTARY CHARACTER

CLOSE COOPERATION

finality

Divided into

TWO CYCLES

PHISICAL, AFFECTIVE, SOCIAL, INTELLECTUAL & MORAL DEVELOPMENT 1st cycle: For children between 0-3 2nd cycle: For children up to 6

FAMILIES


PRIMARY EDUCATION CHILDREN BETWEEN 6 & 12 AGE

AIMS TO DEVELOP HEALTHY AND WORK HABITS, ARTISTIC CREATIVITY AND AFFECTIVITY

6 YEARS Divided in

3 CYCLES

TO PROVIDE AN EDUCATION THAT FOSTERS STUDENTS’ PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

2 YEARS EACH

ORGANIZED IN AREAS

Natural and Social Sciences Plastic Education Physical Education Spanish Language & Literature Foreign Language (English & French) Maths

TO GET CULTURAL SKILLS EMPHASIZING SPEAKING, READING, WRITING AND MATHS SKILLS Taught by

TEACHERS QUALIFIED


COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION (ESO) CHILDREN BETWEEN 12 & 16 AGE

FINALITIES

4 YEARS

ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY

Divided into

2 CYCLES

2 YEARS EACH

ORGANIZED IN SUBJECTS

Spanish Language & Literature Foreign Language (English & French) Maths Geography & History Biology & Geology Tecnologies Plastic Education Music Physical Education

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE FLEXIBLE ORGANIZATION OF TEACHING

STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Oriented to THOSE PUPILS WHO GET GRADUATED IN COMPULSORY SECONDARY WITH SOME CURRICULAR ADAPTATION

Taught by

QUALIFIED TEACHERS

PUPILS WHO DON´T OBTAIN THE CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION MAY ACCESS THE SOCIAL GUARANTEE PROGRAMMES


Our School

CEIP SAN MIGUEL (ARMILLA)


WHERE ARE WE LOCATED?


WEEKLY TIMETABLE OF STUDENTS A normal school day in Primary Education starts from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. throughout the school year. This is an example of their weekly distribution of the hours per week according to the subjects:


How our bilingual works • L2 used to teach at least 2 areas of the curriculum (Science, Art & Crafts) • 50% in the L2 (English) • Language assistants are essential (conversation, curricula design) • Content teachers developed Materials • Elaboration of an integrated curriculum (CLIL)


STAFF & BUILDING CEIP San Miguel has 400 students, 30 teachers and 1 administrative staff.

The building has:     

  15 classrooms (Primary) 6 classrooms (Pre-primary)   1 Autism classroom  1 Therapeutic Pedagogy Classroom  4 Playgrounds 

1 Library 1 ICT classroom 1 Assembly hall /Canteen 1 Teacher Staff room 18 Digital Boards 5 Computer Carts 2 Mobile Projectors


OUR PROJECTS -Equality Plan: Men & Women -Healthy Habits Projects -Reading and problem solving project -Comenius: The Six Schools Project -eTwinning: ‘One sun, you & me’ ‘Entertaining Maths’ ‘Let´s be artistic in Mathematics’


Thank you! Our gratitude to: -

CEIP San Miguel Comenius staff CEP de Granada Dª Isabel Pérez Torres IES ‘Villa de Aguazas’ (Murcia) OAPEE http://schoolsanmiguel.blogspot.com.es/ Twitter: @YOLANDA_EGEA COMENIUS PROJECT “ALL ABOUT US” 2012-2014


ANDALUSIAN EDUCATIVE SYSTEM