There isn’t just one way or path to attain the goal, each student has their own skills and abilities. Our objective is to promote and work on each of them to obtain the proposed objectives.


Let’s talk about each of the intelligences:


Linguistic-verbal intelligence

It is the ability to use the words efficiently, by manipulating the structure or the syntaxes of the language, phonetics, semantics, and their practical aspects. Children who love to write stories, read, play with rhymes, tongue twisters and those who learn other languages easily have it.


Physical-kinaesthetic intelligence

It is the ability to use your own body to express ideas and feelings, and its special features are coordination, balance, dexterity, strength, flexibility and speed, as well as proprioceptive and tactile qualities. It is observed in children who excel in sports activities, dance, self-expression through movement and/or construction work using different specific materials. Also in those who are skilled at using instruments.


Mathematical-logical intelligence

It is the ability to handle numbers, logical relationships and patterns efficiently, as well as other functions and abstractions of this kind. Children who have developed it can easily analyse approaches and problems. They work on numerical calculations, statistics and budgets with enthusiasm.


Spatial intelligence

It is the ability to appreciate the visual and spatial imagery confidently, to graphically represent ideas, and they are sensitive to colour, lines, shapes, figures, space and their interrelationships. Children who study graphs, diagrams, paintings better have it. They like concept and mind maps. They understand plans and sketches very well.


Musical intelligence

It is the ability to feel, distinguish, transform and express the rhythm, timbre and tone of the musical sounds. Children who are attracted to the sounds of nature and any kind of melody have it. They enjoy following the beat by tapping their feet, banging or shaking an object rhythmically.


Interpersonal intelligence

It is the possibility to distinguish and perceive the emotions and interpersonal signs of others, and efficiently respond to these actions in a practical way. Children who enjoy working in groups, who are convincing when negotiating with their peers and elders, who understand their companions have this.


Intrapersonal intelligence

It is the ability of self-introspection, of acting accordingly on the basis of this knowledge, of having an accurate self-image, and the capacity of self-discipline, understanding and self-esteem. Children who are thoughtful, have a sound judgement and are usually the counsellors of their peers have this.


Naturalist intelligence

It is the ability to distinguish, classify and use elements of the environment, objects, animals and plants. Those of the urban, suburban and rural environment. It includes observation, experimentation, reflection and inquiry about our environment.