Auxiliar en Primaria

In this area the  primary schools that are involved in Secc Europea are.

CP Carmelo Cortés

CP. Félix Grande.

C.P Coso

C.P Gerardo Martínez

Children from 3 to 5 years old in Spain have the option of attending the Pre-school stage (infantil or popularly known as preescolar), which is non-compulsory and free for all students. It is regarded as an integral part of the education system with infants’ classes at almost every primary school. There are some separate nursery schools (Colegios Infantiles).

Children (whose parents chose that they should) enter pre-school (Educación Infantil) in the autumn of the calendar year in which they turn three years old. Following this pattern, the ages given here as corresponding to the different phases are the ages turned by children in the calendar year in which the academic year begins. Age ranges are inclusive: 3 to 5 years of age is 3 academic years.

Spanish students aged 6 to 15 undergo primary (colegio) and secondary school (instituto) education, which are compulsory and (like the preceding preschool from age 3) free of charge. Successful students are awarded a Secondary Education Certificate, which is necessary to enter the post-compulsory stage of Schooling (principally the Bachillerato) for their University or Vocational (Formacion Professional) Studies. Once students have finished their Bachillerato, they can take their University Entrance Exam (Pruebas de Acceso a la Universidad, popularly called Selectividad) which differs greatly from region to region. The compulsory stage of secondary education is normally referred to by its initials: ESO (Educación Secundaria Obligatoria).

Preschool

Structured as two cycles of three years each:

  • Nursery or Kindergarten (Jardín de Infancia) (0–2 years of age)
  • Preschool (Preescolar) (3–5 years of age)

The second of these two cycles is included in the general state provision of education and, although not compulsory, is followed by nearly all children. The first ‘cycle’, nursery care, is largely privately provided and funded although there are some subsidies.

Primary school

Structured as three 2 year cycles:

  • First Cycle (6–7 years of age)
  • Second Cycle (8–9 years of age)
  • Third Cycle (10–11 years of age)

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