We encourage students' curiosity and teach them to be critical and creative so they can develop their basic skills.

During primary, students consolidate their skills in linguistic understanding and expression, mathematics, digital thinking, and in the world of science and culture.

It is a very important stage for promoting creativity in all areas. We nurture values that will enable students to fully develop their personality.

Students learn to:

  • Stimulate curiosity, observation and experimentation.
  • Develop creativity and critical thinking.
  • Get to know each other, learn to respect others, work together and develop a social conscience.
  • Embrace social and cultural diversity, and differences in ways of thinking and opinions.
  • Work in a team to maximize their potential.
  • Understand the culture of hard work and discover the pleasure of doing things well.
  • Acquire the habits and knowledge necessary to face the future with autonomy, security and reflection.
  • Develop a proactive, critical, self-demanding, persevering, happy and enthusiastic attitude.

During primary, students work with materials they themselves and their teachers have created. From the age of 9, we start to progressively introduce textbooks so that they can get used to the method of working they will experience in secondary.

In their final year, sixth grade, they prepare for their next stage in life: their lessons are held in the secondary school building and a name is given to their year group, which gives them identity and brings them closer as a group.

Director of Primary:

Ms. Rosa Falgà


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The primary school timetable is as follow:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: from 8.45h to 17.10h.
Wednesday: from 8.45h to 12.45h.

On Wednesday afternoons, students can take part in extracurricular activities such as dance, drama, crafts or sports, among others.


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Students can enter the school through the main entrance of the primary school building.

You can pick up your children in the Pati de les Oliveres. We ask the students to shake hands with the person in charge. This will get them into the habit of saying goodbye properly, and it will also allow us to easily see that they are leaving with the right person.


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Students in 1st to 5th grade in Primary School must bring:

  • School smock:
    • 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades: blue and white checked smock
    • 4th, 5th and 6th grades: blue smock
  • School backpack or one of similar size
    • In the case of 1st and 2nd grade in Primary School, students must bring a Aula-model backpack that they already used in Kindergarten
  • Sports kit (from 2 grade of Primary School and upwards):
    • School sports clothing: shorts, white t-shirt and tracksuit
    • White socks and white sports shoes
    • Towel and flip-flops for the shower

All these items, along with jumpers, coats and jackets—which should come with a large loop for hanging—must be labelled with the student’s first name and surname.

Students in the 6th grade of Primary must bring:

  • Blue smock
  • Sports kit:
    • School sports clothing: shorts, white t-shirt and tracksuit
    • White socks and white sports shoes
    • Towel and flip-flops for the shower

The school will provide a diary on the first day of the academic year, along with any other school supplies that may be needed.

Textbooks and reading

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In Primary School, students take an active part in the creation of their school supplies. Teachers prepare the suitable material for each class and throughout the academic year the students compile these materials into their own book.

In addition, each course has a collection of textbooks and compulsory reading assignments that can be found here.

The school offers a service for reserving and subsequently delivering (to the school) the textbooks. It will be available soon.

In the media library, students have access to books, magazines and newspapers, arranged by age group, in all of the school’s four vehicular languages.

From the age of 9, students begin to study some subjects using textbooks. We thus gradually introduce the method of working used in Secondary.


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Throughout the course, there are many opportunities for students to acquire new knowledge with several activities away from the classroom. Outings to the theatre, discovering the city, nature or visiting an exhibition, are just some of the great opportunities in which students can acquire knowledge in a fun and enriching way.

In addition, during primary, each grade goes on field trips where they learn about new environments: nature, wildlife, the weather, geology and the culture of sustainability.

Students learn to develop personal skills (self-knowledge, personal autonomy and communication), work in teams and discover the spirit of self-improvement. These field trips are a perfect opportunity for working on the unity of the group and on each student’s self-esteem and responsibility.

Relationship with the families

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A close and fluid relationship between families and the school ensures the proper development of each student

You can contact the primary department at any time to discuss the progress of your child or any other day-to-day issue, either by calling 93 203 03 54 or by email:

  • To inform of absences or request meetings with the coordinators: Ms. Marín (Secretary) [email protected]
  • For any change or issue related to coaches: Ms. Maria Canals [email protected]
  • For questions related to the progress or welfare of your child, you can contact the tutor or the coordinators directly:

You can also send us the usual written notes which can be delivered by your child. We ask that these notes include: date, the student’s name and class group, reason for the communication, and name and signature of the father or mother.

We will either come back to you to arrange a meeting, send you an email or phone you to inform you of your child’s progress or to discuss their day-to-day issues. Families can also request as many meetings with us as they wish, which we will happily attend.

Would you like to get to know Aula better?

If you are interested in our school , please come and visit us during one of our Open Campus Days.


Contact Us

Av. Mare de Déu de Lorda, 34
Barcelona 08034 T 93 203 03 54