SEK-Atlantico is the only school in Galicia offering all 3 International Baccalaureate® programmes.

  • A unique education that encourages students to think in an independent and international way.
  • Allows access to the best International Universities.
  • Integrated into the Spanish curriculum.
  • Coordinated into research units, which favours the understanding of concepts.
  • Learning takes place in Intelligent Classrooms: open, flexible and innovative spaces.

“The aim of the International Baccalaureate is to develop young people who are caring, informed and keen to learn, able to contribute to the creation of a better world”

Source: Educational Principles www.ibo.org

  • With careful guidance, pupils take responsibility for their own learning.
  • They develop themselves as inquisitive, reflective, open-minded, thoughtful, balanced, communicative, caring people.
  • They are allowed to adapt and improve themselves in the world in which they have to live.
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PEP

  • To create people who are focussed on learning, responsible, balanced, creative, critical and reflective thinkers.
  • The development of an international mindset.
  • To acquire the ability to form practical connections between studies and the real world.
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PAI

IB® Diploma Programme.

  • To prepare pupils for university, to encourage them to learn how to learn, to ask themselves questions, to develop a strong personal and cultural identity and the ability to understand other people from other countries and cultures and to communicate with them.

The SEK-Atlantico International School Diploma Programme

 

A two year course with 6 subject groups for each speciality:

  • Baccalaureate in Humanities
  • Baccalaureate in Sciences

DP

All pupils, in addition to those subjects, should satisfy the requirements of three core components:

  • CAS (Creativity, Activity and Service): A fundamental Diploma element helping pupils to develop themselves as people beyond the limits of the purely academic.
  • Theory of Knowledge (TdC): Encourages pupils to reflect on the nature of scientific, artistic, mathematical and historical knowledge.
  • Dissertation: A work of research, in depth, on a specific subject of interest to the pupil, which should contain a maximum of 4000 words and will prepare them for the requirements of a future university career.

Evaluation:

  • Internal: Work is evaluated by SEK-Atlantico teachers and moderated by IB®
  • External: External examinations at the end of the 2nd year, the same for pupils all over the world and marked externally by teachers accredited by IB®

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