Our School

Elementary 3 to 6 years old

45 places available, 15 per grade. Learning is based on interests, areas and proposals. Natural language learning, literacy and numeracy. Montessori materials. Individualized emotional accompaniment. Big own outdoor space, with structures that promote motor developments.


An open, progressive and dynamic adaptation process. We especially focus on the emotional autonomy and their relationship skills.

The first Elementary stage has three main approaches:

  • Individual studies in practical life environments: personal time management and acquisition of individual commitments like responsibility, personal care, and interests.
  • Monitoring emotions and relationship structures.
  • Continuous interaction with older students from the second grade of Elementary, within an open community.


Daily routine, taking care of their own body and the development of abilities (through board games, symbolic games, stories, pre-calculation, pre-reading-writing, manual works) are essential in taking control of the basic competences.

Elementary 6 to 11 years old

100 places available, 20 students per grade. Experiential workshops, individual and group studies. Research materials. Development of creativity through music, dance, painting, sculpture, crafts, carpentry, cooking … Cultural visits. Weekly assemblies to develop emotional and social intelligence. Continuous assessment.

Children find tools to get to their goals through workshops and weekly projects proposed by their group. They will face difficulties and requirements they need to overcome (according to their individual and group level).

The assembly takes an indispensable role in teaching how to make concessions as a group when programming activities together. Also, it allows them to learn resolving problems and reaching common goals.

Middle 11 to 13 years old

60 places, 20 students per course (two class groups in ESO 1). Flexible groups. Cross-curricular and transversal proposal. Choice of unique workshops and projects based on the student’s own interests. Emotional accompaniment during the transition and the change of level. Cultural outings, according to the dynamics worked on. Multilingual environment (50% in English as a main language)

The main areas during these two academic years are:

  • Consolidation of the contents of Primary Education.
  • Development of new learning tools in real contexts and through technology.
  • Contact with the contents of the secondary school curriculum (ESO).


Material resources and prepared spaces facilitate this task of inquiry and decision-making, both individually and in groups.

The different laboratories of Technology and Robotics, Physics and Chemistry, Sciences and Communication (Theatre, Radio, TV and Cinema) allow the creation of perfectly differentiated environments united by the constant practise and experimentation – Learning by doing.

High 13 to 16 years old

120 places, 2 class groups, 20 students per class. Work on projects based on real cases with areas for discussion and decision-making. Workshops and presentations covering different areas of knowledge. Use of Artificial Intelligence softwares for mathematical development -ALEKS- and scientist -LABSTER-. International exchanges. Academic and career guidance programmes. Community service and volunteer activities with local, national and international entities. International Curriculum (High School Diploma starts).


The main themes during these three academic years are:

  • Teamwork, assembly management and acquisition of individual commitments, with the same learning programme.
  • Dynamics of experiential learning through cross-cutting projects proposed by the teaching team.

A choice of workshops and subjects, in accordance with their abilities, potentialities and interests, defines their academic and professional orientation.


Entrepreneurship, Financial Education, Drama and Filming, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are some of the options that provide students at this stage with a plethora of possibilities for their maturation development, in their teens, and the construction of their own, autonomous and self-confident, open to curiosity, inquiry and decision-making.


The laboratories of Technology and Robotics, Physics and Chemistry, Sciences and Communication (Theatre, Radio, TV and Cinema) allow the creation of perfectly differentiated environments united by constant practise and experimentation – Learning by Doing.

Baccalaureates 16 to 18 years old

78 places, 26 for each module. 2 modules: Scientific-Technological, Social-Humanistic, Artistic Arts. Curriculum adaptation with pre-university orientation, PAU tests (or other requirements) and academic-professional advice. Workshops and training talks given by specialists.


Consolidation of critical thinking and entrepreneurial spirit through activities and presentations, promoting creativity, initiative, teamwork and self-confidence.

The possibility of choosing subjects of other modules that respond to their interests, allow the expansion of their knowledge and the continuity of their process of inquiry and critical thinking.


Entrepreneurship, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Technology, Financial Education, European Citizenship, Graphic-art expression techniques, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are some of the options that provide students at this stage with endless possibilities for their maturational development in full adolescence. They are given the opportunity to construct their own sense of self, autonomy and self-confidence, open to curiosity with an inquiring spirit and ability to make their own decisions.

Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Learning at CreaNova

Secondary school students dispose of McGraw-Hill adaptive learning tools: Aleks for mathematics and Labster for science, in addition to face-to-face classes with the specialists.