CONFIGURATION OF THE CENTRE
Present name: C.E.I.P “CASTRA CAECILIA”.
Number of Units: 9 infant + 18 primary + 1 autism classroom.
Total 28 units.
Number of units in operation during this academic year:
9 Infant Education: 229 PUPILS
16 Primary Education: 448 PUPILS
- The different meetings will take place from 14 to 15 h.
- The School Council will be convened in the afternoons as well as meetings with parents.
PRINCIPAL: MARIA JOSE MOLANO BRIAS
HEAD OF STUDIES: CARLOS MACIAS SAMPERIO
SECRETARY: JUANA ASENSIO VÁZQUEZ
GENERAL CENTER HOURS.
CONTINUED DAY: Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 14:00.
A.F.C.: Monday to Thursday: from 16:00 to 18:00 from 1 October.
Extra-curricular activities organised by the Sports Club: 16:00 to 20:00 hours.
OPENING HOURS OF THE CENTRE BEFORE SCHOOL HOURS.
Morning class: from 7:45 to 9:00.
DINING ROOM SERVICE
Managed by the Association of Parents of the School: From 14:00 to 16:00.
Tel. 927010971 Fax 927010972
Tel. 676515699 (dining room) 678357408 (general)
The school has an enrollment of 678 students divided into 27 groups, 9 of infant education and 18 of primary education.
The first criterion that conditions our school is the bilingual project. Since the foundation of the centre, we have had English as the vehicular language.
The second fundamental pillar of the school is the attention to diversity. It is one of our main objectives, given the high number of students with problems we have. For this, we have an attention team that works collegially and that together with the tutors set in motion an ambitious attention plan that during the last years is giving great results.
The third pillar of the centre’s operation is the school library, which constitutes not only an educational resource for the pupils, but also an inexhaustible source of resources for the teaching staff and also a backbone of the centre’s common activities.
We offer the second foreign language, Portuguese.
The faculty participates in Eramus plus KA-101 and Erasmus plus kA-219 programs and some eTwinning projects with other European countries.
Special mention should be made of the continuity of the classroom with specific attention to diversity, the autism classroom, also known as the specialised classroom, which has meant great possibilities for the centre. This classroom attends to autistic students, it is the interest of this centre to carry out inclusive policies where the classroom becomes an active resource of the centre and the integration of all its students in the activities of the centre is unquestionable, since among our signs of identity we contribute to the normalisation and inclusion of students with special educational needs.
This course will continue to work with eScholarium, with it ends to implement the use of new technologies in the classroom in a decisive and definitive way, integrating daily digital textbooks in that system