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Distinctive elements of our educational project

The Agora Portals International School Education Project is defined by five distinctive elements: the International Baccalaureate as a model for the future, multilingualism, STEAM, sport and the commitment to provide our students with the tools to grow as global citizens who can shape the world.

IB: A model for the future

The International Baccalaureate® (IB) provides students with a comprehensive and demanding curriculum accepted by the world's most prestigious universities. It is a model for the future that develops students' key skills for academic, professional and personal success, enabling them to achieve their goals in an international context.

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We prepare our students for an international future. We offer a multilingual educational project, with linguistic immersion beyond English, which allows them to master their official language along with English, French, German or Chinese. To complete the linguistic programme, international events, exchanges and stays in different destinations are available.

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STEAM: Science and Arts

Art and science through STEAM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) is a pedagogical approach which advocates collaborative work and the integration of highly related skills. At Agora Portals International School they play a leading role in our educational project thanks to being an integrated music school with training in art and public speaking.

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Sport, Health and Fitness

Sports help to develop and promote values such as perseverance, self-improvement and teamwork, as well as strengthening social skills. At Agora Portals International School we instill in our pupils a passion for sport and healthy lifestyle habits so that they become physically and emotionally balanced adults.

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Shaping the world

Children entering education today will graduate as young adults in 2030. We must prepare them for jobs and technologies that do not exist today, to solve problems that have not yet been foreseen. We must encourage our students to take charge and shape their own future: we want them to be global citizens who can shape the world.

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