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We celebrated the end of the ESO 3B Belgian Exchange from Sint Ludwijks College in Bruges with presentations on their curriculum project (Social Media in Business, Risks and Challenges of living with Social Media) and joint presentations on the experiences of our students and their partners from Bruges on their experiences in Spain and Belgium, living in a different country, a different...
On March the 26th, five students from BAT/IB1 and BAT/IB2 went to the European Youth Debate Competition in Tarragona. A total of 80 students between 16 and 19 years old participated in this event which has been promoted by EPCA and PlasticsEurope to promote the importance of science, technology, sustainability and diversity. They were competing to qualify for the European...
Sixteen students from BAT/IB from our school spent nine days in Japan consolidating the exchange programme started last year with the Canadian Academy in Kobe. They stayed with host families, who opened their homes to allow our students to experience different cultures. During the experience, they spent a day in school where the host students prepared activities like folding Origami cranes,...
Music and its relationship to Mathematics was the common theme of the  EIC Maths Week 2019.   Famous mathematicians? Many and different nationalities, found by primary and secondary students who researched and presented them during the closing ceremony of the week. Among them, the German mathematician David Hilbert, who describes the Hilbert's Curve (in the picture) as a...
Last Saturday the EIC ran the first open day for the families who are interested in enrolling their child for the 19/20 school year.   The day was a great success in all respects. It began with a general presentation of the school and the educational project, giving a vision of a school which goes from P1 to BAT with a double qualification(local and international Baccalaureate), and placing...
Within the framework of  programmes and community projects service at the EIC, involving students throughout their school life, some initiatives that help communities and projects abroad. Amongst them, Sonríe y Crece, which works in the Dominican Republic, and runs two projects which we support actively, recently won an award for its work.   We welcome this recognition and we are proud...
Laura Belmonte from ESO 3, has been awarded the 2nd prize in Catalonia for the Premis Llegim Ciència, Universitat de Vic. Laura was accompanied by Hugo Fanjul, Amanda Belmonte and Montserrat Rodríguez, also from ESO 3, who also participated in this event.  The Premis Llegim Ciència at the UVic nominate novel related to science and literature in order to encourage the promotion of...