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From Picasso's performing arts workshop we are participating in the international project The Coronavirus Time Capsule, developed with students during this period of confinement.
On Tuesday, June 2, from 6 to 7 p.m., we will see you online to find out more about the 6 thematic weeks of the CreaNova Summer Camps that we have prepared for this summer. Sign up for a free briefing in one click.
CreaNova is already adapting its facilities for when students and educators will be able to go back to school, following the requirements and regulations established by the authorities.
Throughout the CreaNova’s Literary Week, our students and their families have been able to enjoy magnificent ‘virtual’ proposals and make our imagination ‘fly’ through the wonderful world of mystery and adventure.
Laura García, our Drama teacher, tells them a story that works as a ’starter' for the dynamics they perform, in the second part of the workshop. 
MakersLab CreaNova, in Sant Cugat del Vallès, joins the movement of volunteers throughout the territory and we are manufacturing masks and anti-splash screens.
The use of technology and other tools, usually in our day-to-day life, has been an advantage and has facilitated the implementation of the proposals, activities and online workshops that CreaNova is offering.
Last Friday, March 6th the students of Middle, High and Baccalaureate sections attended the practical workshop on 'Conscious Eating'.
Our students of 1st year of Baccalaureate, Anna Castanyer, Anna Guilera, Izán Martínez, Toni Rosa and Luca Teixidó have already started the exciting Secondary and Baccalaureate Debate League.
The ESO4 students are performing on February 12 and 13 the Basic Competence tests prepared by the Department of Education of the Generalitat.
Open Days at CreaNova School: February, 8th and March, 14th - 2020, from 10am to 1pm.
Olga Arnedo, Headteacher of CreaNova School, will participate this Friday, November 29th in the monograph EDUCATION Talks: ‘Art as an educational language in the classroom’.
From CreaNova School, we want you to become part of our pride in knowing that two of our teachers are candidates for the Gaudí Awards this year, Marc Carreté and Jordi Dalmau!
The Science Week at CreaNova has been very exciting and enriching starting with the INSPIRA STEAM project, where the students of the Da Vinci group have deepened in the world of science and technology and, above all, the approach and presence from women to science.
Secondary students travelled through the centuries on a journey that has led them to discover the Greek society, the culture of some African and European ancient villages, the first settlements in Prehistory era and the Egyptians.

After dancing and singing songs of autumn, we use the mud we have in our beloved turó to create a museum :)