At SEK-Atlantico we provide a wide range of curriculum enrichment activities whose purpose is to individually cater for each student’s personality development, personal qualities and interests.

Each knowledge area is enhanced with a full programme of extracurricular activities designed according to the SEK Educational System.

Nursery School:

  • Sensory workshops
  • Music
  • Emotional intelligence “Think and Feel” programme
  • eTwinning projects


  • Sensory workshops
  • Music (2 hours per week) delivered by teachers from the Mayeusis conservatory using the Musizón Músicaeduca Programme
  • Dance
  • Art and Drama
  • Emotional intelligence “Think and Feel” programme
  • eTwinning projects



The school additionally offers a series of complementary and optional activities according to the needs and interests of children of this age that span different fields of activity:

  • Digital platforms that contribute to the development of English Language Skills.
  • Reading workshops in English and Spanish.
  • On-line library support with resources for the International programme.
  • Technological resources within the classroom: IWBs, iPads, computers, augmented reality and Lego Education. Robotics.
  • Mind Lab, logical-mathematical thinking development games
  • Sports: Swimming, rhythmic gymnastics, skating, fencing, basketball and soccer.
  • Lab work. Experiences depending on the units of inquiry
  • Debate and oratory
  • Artistic expression: Art, drama and music.
  • Ecology and Environment: ECOSEK Programme.
  • Enrichment activities for reading and writing.
  • Talks in accordance with the inquiry units given by renowned experts in the field.
  • High-Achievement Programme
  • Social skills: Social and Emotional Education Programme


  • Healthy-living project: Integrated healthy living studies through Physical Education
  • Literature Creation Workshop: Years 1 and 2 of Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO).  Fosters creativity and the improvement of written expression.
  • Robotics: Activity integrated into the STEM subjects curriculum.
  • Debate and Public Speaking: SEKMUN (Model United Nations) and Xove Parliament.
  • Monitoring: Students coordinate and manage a fellow-student’s learning
  • Community project: Forms a part of the IB CAS (Creativity, Action and Service) activities.  Undertaken across a variety of subjects.
  • Personal project: Undertaken at the end of Secondary Education.  Students should demonstrate all the IB MYP profile qualities in a project chosen, planned and carried out by them individually.
  • Complementary activities in science, mathematics, language and English: Personalised classes to cater for diversity.
  • eTwinning projects


  • Debate and Public Speaking: SEKMUN (Model United Nations), Xove Parliament and FERMUN, UNIS Conference
  • Monitoring: in which students coordinate and manage a fellow-student’s learning
  • eTwinning projects