Javea school has one of the most innovative methods in the world
The Steve Jobs’ school, based in Javea is said to be “one of the 13th most innovative schools in the world,” by Tech Insider, one of the top publications based on technology and science. At
The Steve Jobs’ school, based in Javea is said to be “one of the 13th most innovative schools in the world,” by Tech Insider, one of the top publications based on technology and science.
At the moment, The Steve Jobs school teaches nursery and primary students, but they are now looking to open a secondary school for 2017-2018 academic year.
They currently have British accreditation for their two schools, and are now moving to new facilities, to obtain accreditation for Secondary provided by the British Council and register with the Spanish authorities, which will be revealed soon.
The school boasts that there are no learning limits there, the child simply learns by level, not just according to age. The teachers will give each student I-Pads too, to use learning apps and the online world to increase their knowledge to the maximum.
It follows the Erasmus programme, and gives your child the knowledge and qualifications they need in order to qualify to colleges and universities in future study and obtain work.
One of the main differences between the Steve Jobs school and a traditional school, is the student to teacher ratio. The teacher will have no more than 12 students at a time, and will set tasks individually to each student’s ability.
The school has a reputation for being creative and teach “outside the box”. They also focus on teaching social subjects like; Social and Emotional Learning, which will help children to handle work and social situations the future.
This school model they use, called O4NT, was set up in 2013 is being utilised in a rapidly growing number of Steve Jobs Schools throughout the world. It says this way of teaching allows kids to be prepared for life after 2030.
They also endorse unique and individual talents, and run several interesting and entertaining activities for their pupils, both inside school time and out, such as; trips, cooking, green fingers, art, video production, gymnastics, swimming, coding, gaming, music, performing arts, as well as summer clubs.
To enrol in one of their schools, or for more information, please visit their website: www.stevejobsschooljavea.es