Allow us to introduce you to Creascola Bilingual Primary School, the perfect choice for your primary-age child.
Creascola PRIMARY – the little Crea – is the primary school of CREASCOLA’s, a secondary school with eight year levels in Budaörs. CREASCOLA was founded in 2019 and started its first academic year with 48 students. Today we have 160 students.
Our aim is to make the school live. We would like to awake the desire for knowledge, experience the joy of creation and teach children to live and create in community.
Bilingual education in the school system, working towards international models of education, is one of the major challenges of the next decade.
Classes in CreaPRIMARY starting in the academic year 2023/24: Y1, Y2, Y3 and Y4 on request. Our plan is to fill CreaPRIMARY with 8 classes within 3 years.
LIFE NURTURING REALISED VIA 3 MAIN FACTORS
Experience based, and self-discovery learning methods, complex view of solving problems and creativity (design, building and usage). Arousing and sustaining interest during the course of study, placing it in the centre of discovery.
Integration in the wider community, further developing social skills and the culture of leisure while deepening the awareness of the importance of play.
Our students have the chance to familiarise themselves with various cooperative learning methods while improving their adaptability, becoming adults open to giving and taking constructive criticism. Striving towards the goal of evolving into open-minded people who care for their peers their community and the world around them.
In addition we seek to extend the childhood years.
GERMINATE SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDINGS
So as to maek gretaet sense in navihgating the world and encouraging calculated risk taking
It is extremely important to us that our students understand the connection between nature and people. Furthermore, they should comprehend the driving power of our world, recognising the connections between economy, forces, and environmental factors, and the role they play in influencing our daily lives.
KEY STAGE 1 – KEY STAGE 5
When students move to Key Stage 1, they continue their journey of discovery; discovery of themselves, others and the world around them. Young learners continue to develop academically, physically and socially. To help students make the transition from FS2 to Y1, we encourage similar Early Years practices for at least the first term of Year One. KS1 curriculum follows Cambridge standards in Literacy, Numeracy, Science and Global Perspectives.