Creativity and generational exchange among the students of our British school

At Novaschool Sunland International we are aware of the importance of creativity within our educational model, therefore, we foster the creative and imaginative capacity.

The Novaschool educational model is committed to identifying and cultivating the talent of each student, avoiding homologation through a repetitive educational system that prioritizes standardization. Thinking creatively is an indispensable tool to face an ever-changing world and new challenges.

Creativity is a skill that allows today’s generations to look for several alternatives to solve the same problem, taking risks and innovating. Young people are creative by nature and develop original thoughts to face challenges; from Novaschool we try to provide them with all the necessary means so that they continue to create a new reality trusting in their capabilities.

Likewise, we believe that communication between students of different generations harmonises the environment in which we carry out our educational mission. Being a school that welcomes students from 3 to 18 years old, although they are in separate buildings, we constantly establish exchange channels between Foundation, Primary and Secondary.

Promoting intergenerational communication means that each group involved contributes with its knowledge and life experiences so that the others can learn something new from a different perspective. These types of activities promote social cohesion, mutual understanding, harmony and the exchange of different ways of understanding cultures, values and positions despite differences in thought.

That is why our students of Year 8 and Year 9 have written some stories during their Spanish  class for the children of Foundation and Primary:

  • “Yo también quiero volar”
  • “Paulita no quería ordenar su cuarto”
  • “Toby el perro”
  • “Paquito y sus mentiras”
  • “El pato Francisco y sus amigos”
  • “Cumpleaños en el zoo”
  • “Juanito no quiere lavarse los dientes”
  • “Enzo el elfo”
  • “Juancho y los brócolis”
  • “Juanito el come moco”
  • “Jerold el dinosaurio”
  • “El patillo y el cerdillo”

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